People's Assemblies Network

31 August 2011
by Corinna Lotz
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Chile joins year of ‘global indignation’

The political temperature continues to rise in Chile since last week’s killing of 16-year-old high school student Manuel Gutiérrez in the capital Santiago. The country, which is the world’s major producer of copper, has been viewed as a rock for … Continue reading

28 August 2011
by pa-webgroup
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Israeli Protests

13th October Tel Aviv: Skype: TLV_Revolution Twitter: @15oisrael @tlv_revolution Streaming: http://www.livestream.com/j14isr Google chat: aya.shoshan@gmail.com Website: o15israel.org Kiryat Shmona: Streaming: http://www.livestream.com/j14k8israel Twitter: @k8_revolution Skype: gweinrot mail: weinrot_gabby@hotmail.com website: http://j14k8.wordpress.com/ There’s another team setting up streaming in Haifa.. One more day to … Continue reading

13 August 2011
by Corinna Lotz
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Penny Cole: Challenge the Hate-Filled State

Challenge the Hate-Filled State The low level of debate at the emergency recall of Parliament underlines the yawning gulf between rulers and ruled, and the establishment’s poisonous hatred for working class youth. Prime Minister Cameron claimed the uprising on streets … Continue reading

25 July 2011
by Mark Barrett
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Indignados Arrive in Madrid

Outraged arrive in Madrid The six marches of Spain’s “outraged” – los indignados – converged on the capital to the warmest of receptions. José Mercurio was present in Madrid’s Puerta del Sol and sent a first-hand report to A World … Continue reading

20 April 2011
by Mark Barrett
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London | Network Meeting Report

Assemblies Taking Off The People’s Assembly Network (PAN) event held in London at the weekend took place against a dramatic background of mass actions against existing authorities from Wisconsin USA, to Tahrir Square in Cairo. In Cairo two demonstrators were … Continue reading