A-revolt.org This site is about anarchism, for and by anarchists worldwide. Hopefully it will be a resource and a community place where people can get together and organize, or just make friends with like minded people.
A–Infos A multi-lingual news service by, for, and about anarchists.
Anarcho-syindicalism As its name suggests, this website is devoted to aiding and furthering an autonomous global movement of working class solidarity and direct action, based around the ideas and principles of anarcho-syndicalism.
Anarchy Planet We hope that Anarchy Planet becomes a place where anarchists and their friends can find each other, learn about anarchism, discuss the topics of importance to them and be linked to the universe of anarchy.
Bitcoin Bitcoin is a decentralized P2P electronic cash system without a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of the network to check for double-spending.
Gabber, The Thegabber.org is an alternative news hub. We are not a ‘neutral’ news source – if such a thing exists. On the contrary, we are on the side of those people around the world who in one form or another are struggling against oppression and inequality.
Infoshop Infoshop.org is an online resource of news, opinion and information on anarchism and many other topics. We are one of the oldest political websites, having been online since 1995. Over 150,000 people each month use our services and read our pages.
International of Anarchist Federations The International of Anarchist Federations (IAF or IFA) was founded during an international anarchist conference in Carrara in 1968 by the three existing european federations of France, Italy and Spain as well as the Bulgarian federation in french exile.
Jews for Justice for Palestinians Jews for Justice for Palestinians is a network of Jews who are British or live in Britain, practising and secular, Zionist and not. We oppose Israeli policies that undermine the livelihoods, human, civil and political rights of the Palestinian people.
Let Liberty Ring This blog is for libertarians who are mainly of the voluntaryist, mutualist, left-libertarian, and agorist variety and who want to sound off on their thoughts…
Mutualist.org Mutualism, as a variety of anarchism, goes back to P.J. Proudhon in France and Josiah Warren in the U.S. It favors, to the extent possible, an evolutionary approach to creating a new society.
No Sweat! No Sweat exists to fight against sweatshop exploitation. We organise solidarity for sweatshop workers from the UK to the four corners of the world. We stand for workers’ self-organisation, international solidarity and for the right to organise…
OneWorld.net OneWorld was conceived by Peter Armstrong and Anuradha Vittachi in 1994. They launched its portal, http://www.oneworld.net, in London on 24 January 1995 – innovating the world’s first portal on the internet on global justice.
Peoples Liberation Front The Peoples Liberation Front was formed in Cambridge, Mass. in 1985. Founded on the principle that electronic communications networks belong to the people, our original focus was the telephone network…
Spunk.org The Spunk Library was an effort from 1992 to 2000 (roughly) to collect and distribute Libertarian Socialist material in electronic form, mostly through the Internet and other computer networks.
The Liberty Lamp A collective of artists, writers, photographers and videographers who have come together to report on and fight right-wing racism.
Working Villages International Working Villages International is founded on the principle that all people deserve access to meaningful employment and a high quality of life.
World Development Movement The World Development Movement (WDM) is a UK-based anti-poverty campaigning organisation. We have a worldwide reputation for tackling hard-hitting, controversial issues.
World In Common The World in Common group was formed in November 2002. It is firmly rooted in what we call the ‘anti-market anti-statist sector’, a small but highly diverse sector within the spectrum of political opinion.