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(en) Britain, Organise! #65 - Winter 2005, FOR REVOLUTIONARY ANARCHISM

Date Sun, 30 Oct 2005 16:46:56 +0200

SPECIAL INTERNATIONAL ISSUE: Anarchism in Belarus, China, Croatia, Resisting Nazism,
Melbourne anarchist communists, IAF-IFA, Alfonso Nicolazzi.
Inside: Reports on struggles and movements in Australia, China, Croatia, Belarus and more
Long live the International!
You will notice that this issue of Organise! does not contain the usual mix of articles. We
decided to produce this special international issue to coincide with the AF's period as
secretariat of the International of Anarchist Federations and to highlight the importance of
international solidarity and organisation, at a special price of £1. If you are a subscriber this
issue is a freebie, and your sub will continue with the next issue, which will be back to the
usual format.

For worldwide anarchist communism! Anarchist Federation, October 2005

Organise is the magazine of the Anarchist Federation (AF). It is
published in order to develop anarchist communist ideas. It
aims is provide a clear anarchist viewpoint on contemporary
issues and to initiate debate on ideas not normally covered in
agitational papers.
We aim to produce Organise! twice a year. To meet this target,
we positively solicit contributions from our readers. We aim
to print any article that furthers the objectives of anarchist
communism. If you'd like to write something for us, but are
unsure whether to do so, why not get in touch first? Even
articles that are 100% in agreement with our aims and
principles can leave much open to debate.
As always, the articles in this issue do not necessarily repre-
sent the collective viewpoint of the AF. We hope that their
publication will produce responces from readers and spur
the debate on.
The deadline for the next issue of Organise! will be 15th
January 2006. Please send all contributions to the address on
the left. It would help if all articles could be either typed or
on disk (PC or MAC format).
Alternatively, articles can be emailed to the editors directly at

What goes in Organise!
Organise! hopes to open up debate in many areas of life. As
we have stated before, unlesssigned by the Anarchist Federa-
tion as a whole or by a local AF group, articles in Organise!
reflect the views of the person who has written the articles and
nobody else.
If the contents of one of the articles in this issue provokes
thought, makes you angry, compels a response then let us
know. Revolutionary ideas develop from debate, they do
not merely drop out of the air!


03 - The International of Anarchist Federations
05 - Anarchism in Belarus
07 - New China, new blood
11 - `Bez boga, bez gospodara'
12 - Anarchist resistance to Nazism
13 - On the waterfront
14 - The seventh congress of the International of Anarchist Federations
15 - Congress document: the international situation
17 - Congress document: the International of Anarchist Federations
and its role in the international anarchist and libertarian movement
18 - Obituary: Alfonso Nicolazzi
19 - Anarchist Federation publications
20 - Aims and

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