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(en) France, Coordination of Anarchist Groups IAL #99 - Creating a Popular University Anarchist Toulouse (fr, pt) [machine translation]

Date Mon, 12 May 2014 17:34:36 +0300

In December 2013, the Albert Camus group took the initiative of creating a space for discussion and debate about anarchism, and launching this appeal: ---- Anarchists defend individual freedom in the context of a collective organization of society. They advocate social emancipation, the end of capitalist exploitation of the human, its natural environment, and the elimination of all dominations prioritize and oppress the individual. Social values espoused by libertarians are not merely abstract ideas: they come from the social reality, and guide our political practice in the concrete struggle against social inequalities. They want to give meaning to human activity and not be subject to any hierarchies or social classes. As such, there are anarchists in fighting anti-militarist, feminist, anti-fascist, social justice, ecology, against the moral and religion ...

But all these issues concern us always, and you might want. We hope to implement a program of anarchist popular education, without dogmatism, to the extent of any self-built, responding to the wishes of participants. With us, no rocket science, and we know that knowledge is particular that the more we share, the more we hold. And knowledge it takes to carry out a critical analysis of the world in which we debate, irrational world, stupid, brutal and unjust. We want to influence events. This is the social revolution we dream. But here and now, what do we do?

Want to acquire a good knowledge of the history of anarchist thought?

Want you forge a rational representation of the world as it is?

You do not like the thought leaders, bleachers, hierarchies of knowledge?

So come meet us and talk about this project knowledge sharing, because it is wearing a hard look at today, in the light of social history, we together build a better tomorrow.

Thus a forty people gathered in late December 2013 at the Athenaeum Albert Camus for initial contact, and express wishes of issues to be addressed. It was an opportunity for us to feel a real demand for training on anarchism. In the process, took place in late January evening entitled "Historical Milestones of anarchism" which still involved more than forty people. Fort of these incentives, we organized an evening in late February on the anti-anarchist electioneering, evening more conducive to debate this topic as divided, even within the libertarian movement. In April, we will try to offer an evening on the theme of anarcha-feminism. Finally, before the end of June we would like to propose a night on the Spanish social revolution of 1936. Our activities are announced on the site http://toulouse.demosphere.eu/

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