Working groups

The purpose of a working group is to build a debate support dossier, a sort of strategic thinking "kit" and "tools" for those working on behalf of social movements, which will be freely available and freely distributed. Each group shall set up its own working method. Each working group will have at least one group leader. The group may be conducted in partnership with one or more magazines, websites and/or publishers. The dossier shall consist of articles, interviews and other relevant documents. The issues and visions of the social movements will be the focal point. They will also try to address different points of view depending on the regions, the languages, the types of movements, and the topics.

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From commons to commons movement, overcome capitalism

, by Frédéric Sultan , Michel Bauwens

The culture of the commons is now transforming even social and political movements, popular education and citizen participation. There is nothing like observing the ways activists organise themselves based on open assemblies, collegial governance, elections without candidates, tools and principles of federation, to realise the impact of the commons in the political domain.

Our March Selection

, by PeopleKonsian

This dossier on hip hop and social movements presents different artists whose music is closely linked to their political and activist commitment. Their music and lyrics are inextricably linked to their origins and the struggles for the rights of their communities that stem from them.

On B’Tselem’s Apartheid

, by As-Safir Al-Arabi, Majd Kayyal

The change of position of the Israeli organisation "B’Tselem", which now refers to the regime in the areas under Israeli control as "apartheid", has triggered many debates on the reasons for this change of position and its reception at the international level. They are in fact explained by the influence of Israeli, American and European political interests on the work and motivations of human rights institutions.

YouTube’s Violation of Palestinian Digital Rights

, by Al-Shabaka, Amal Nazaal

Palestinians are increasingly reporting that their digital rights are being violated by social media platforms, including YouTube. Amal Nazzal examines YouTube’s problematic policies, and offers recommendations for protecting the digital rights of Palestinian activists, journalists, and human rights defenders.

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Portavoz, the rap of the other Chile

, by PeopleKonsian

The Chilean conscious/political rap scene has always had an important place in the development of rap in this country where it has accompanied and participated in many struggles. Interviewed by the Diálogo 1 newspaper, rapper Portavoz looks back at rap and struggle, rap as a struggle.

Indivisible justice: Why supporters of Palestine must stand with other oppressed communities

, by Agence Média Palestine, Middle East Eye, Nada Elia

Intersectional struggles and solidarity hinge on the understanding that we are enmeshed in a global web, that justice is indivisible, and that if we do not stand together across arbitrary borders of nation-state, religion, ethnicity and sexuality, then we are part of the problem.

The necessity to denounce and oppose all forms of racism, sexism, xenophobia, classism and more must inform the activism of POOPs (Progressive only in relation to Palestine), who need to understand that Palestine is not an exception, and that linking it to other struggles is not a dilution, but critical engagement. It must also address to the large percentage of liberals ho are afflicted with PEP. They are progressives except in relation for Palestine.


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