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(en) Greece, anarkismo.net: By the side of BIOME (gr) [machine translation]

Date Tue, 9 Jan 2018 07:57:05 +0200


Self-management, however, does not stop at BIO.ME. It concerns a different way of organizing society, from the bottom, without bosses and exploitative relationships, with a basic guideline for the needs of the people who make up it and the already active self-managed ventures, both at the university, (Hangout in the biological, AKI). , mahalaki, hangouts, etc., as well as in the work (self-managed factories internationally), prove this. Through collective action, redefining our needs, values and social relationships, we feel that self-management needs to be extended to universities, workplaces, neighborhoods ... in all areas of society. To take life in our own hands! ---- Students and students at BIOME's side ---- Getting started, get in touch! We are students and students that we met, having as a common need the creation of a group of solidarity in the project of self-managed BIO.ME. Our main purpose and desire is both the practical support of the struggle of the employees and the connection of the student community with a different example of inspiration and organization, such as that of self-management and direct democracy. By choosing the open assemblies, as a space and a means of interaction and co-modality, we each participate in the presence and his or her speech, on an equal basis, against hierarchical reasoning and assignment, with collective action being a key need and desire.

For us the identity and the very existence of the students of the student community are not exhausted in the academic dimension of the sterile amphitheaters but extend to the social reality and the need to connect with it. By choosing not to see ourselves in the role of sovereign examples, we recognize the importance of students and students being open to cinematic actions-interventions and free-expression activities that bring life to the university and are associated with society. Somehow this is the different idea that we have for the university as we consider it and treat it as a place of creation, action and exchange of ideas, open to every person who perceives it and in direct connection with socio-political issues. An area where students will not be guests and passive receivers, but we will feel it as our own and will constantly demand it. Against the crackdown that we are seeing increasingly climbing, with student persecution, winger locks, evictions of groups, etc., culminating in the narrative of the abolition of asylum and against the rationale of privatization and intensification, we recognize as imperative the necessity of re-employing the university.

The workers of BIO.ME. (Industrial Mining), the only self-managed plant in Greece, unpaid, have resisted the closure of the plant and the unemployment prospect from May 2011 by taking over the means of production and occupying the abandoned area in January 2013. Since then, the plant works to produce natural and ecological cleaning products in terms of direct democracy and equal participation of all in decision-making. With a key focus on horizontal processes, workers are equally remunerated and redefining the terms of sustainability and efficiency of production as they aim to meet their needs rather than profit. In the effort to link their struggle with society, the Open Solidarity Initiative is also part of BIO.ME,
Through the shaping of actions, interventions and practical solidarity in the struggle, those affected each day promote a different way of life, and ultimately a clear message of social change.

Self-management, however, does not stop at BIO.ME. It concerns a different way of organizing society, from the bottom, without bosses and exploitative relationships, with a basic guideline for the needs of the people who make up it and the already active self-managed ventures, both at the university, (Hangout in the biological, AKI). , mahalaki, hangouts, etc.), as well as in the work (self-managed factories internationally), prove this. Through collective action, redefining our needs, values and social relationships, we feel that self-management needs to be extended to universities, workplaces, neighborhoods ... in all areas of society. To take life in our own hands!

Solidarity with BIOM.ME. finds us all directly interested in causing cracks to the sovereign and opposed to the inertia of passivity.

An open meeting every Friday at 7 pm[right]in the hangout, at the new building of the AUTh Philosophical School (ground floor, next to Amphitheater B)

Contact: students_solidarityviome@espiv.net A

group of students for solidarity in the struggle of BIOM.ME.

https://www.anarkismo.net/article/30772
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