In the same way in which trade unions form their confederations it would be interesting to organize neighbourhoods”. Following this line of thinking Saul Alinsky introduced in the 1930s the term “organizing” or “community organizing” as an adaptation of “labor organizing” (the organizing of workers by trade unions), thus extrapolating the concept to the context of communities and neighbourhoods.

“Organizing” is a process through which our collectives can generate horizontal, personal and collective power to change the unequal power relationship which characterise our conflicts with institutions and major corporations. To organize, to design our struggles based on the principle of reality is essential if we want our struggles to be successful. Organizing tries to unite our struggles in solidarity beyond one organisation, building alliances that allows us to achieve our objectives.

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29/05/2019 - 23:55

In recent weeks we have seen how the student movement and other social groups have put on the front line of the media, political and social agenda the climate emergency in which we are immersed, calling strongly on institutions to take firm measures against climate change. To better understand this new movement, the logics on which it is based and its main proposals, we spoke with Andrea(s) Speck, one of the promoters of the movement at the European level and a long-standing activist in the area of civil disobedience and non-violence.

La fuerza del torbellino - Mario Chaparro Rubio
21/02/2019 - 23:55

We have little time left to achieve a fundamental change in the policy of our states to halt and limit climate change.

Protesta de Extintion Rebellion en Londres. Foto: Extintion Rebellion
23/11/2018 - 18:16

On 3 December 2018 the COP24 will open in Katowice, Poland. A new United Nations conference on climate change that should coordinate the efforts of states to limit temperature increases to levels "significantly below" 2ºC, in accordance with the commitments of the COP21 in Paris.


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