B-FEST 6 | WE ARE UNGOVERNABLE! International Antiauthoritarian Festival of Babylonia Journal 26-27-28 May 2017, Athens School of Fine Arts, Greece www.babylonia.gr DISCUSSIONS | CONCERTS | CINEMA | THEATRE | BOOK & PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION | CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES | COMIX | WORKSHOPS Programme of Discussions and Speeches: Friday 26 May 18:30 Changing Lives: Experiential Approaches to the Lives of Trans Subjects Paul B. Preciado … [Read more...]
Antiauthoritarian Movement (GR)
The Anti-Authoritarian Movement | Αντιεξουσιαστική Κίνηση (AK) was created in 2002 with the central objective of participating in the mobilisations against the summit of the European Union in June 2003 in the city of Thessaloniki in northern Greece.
Check: http://actionday.noblogs.org/ On the 6th of February plenty of right-wing populists, neofascist movements and parties will come together in different places around Europe to take to the streets for their reactionary idea of superior “people” and “nations”. On the one hand we don’t want to accept this and therefore we call you to counter them firmly together taking a stand for political solidarity! On the other hand we want to proclaim … [Read more...]
Today, Friday September 25th, 2015, the effort for the accommodation of refugees that began at 44 Arachovis Street, the old student restaurant building, relocated to 26 Notara Street, formerly the Single Fund for the Subsidiary Insurance of Salaried Employees (in Greek ETEAM). There were two reasons for this move: firstly, the new building suits the health and safety criteria for its intended purpose, i.e. to host refugees; secondly, we faced … [Read more...]
Driven by the latest developments on the issue of refugees and immigrants, we took the initiative to occupy the old student restaurant at 44, Arachovis Street in Exarcheia, with a view to use it as a structure for the accommodation and self-organisation of immigrants and refugees. This initiative is a way to respond to the current political developments and to expand the practices of intervention and communication on immigrant communities and … [Read more...]