[WSMDiscuss] Fwd: New Interface just out: Organizing amidst Covid-19

Ashish Kothari ashishkothari at riseup.net
Fri Jul 24 07:01:08 CEST 2020

Friends, this v. interesting compilation on 'Organising amidst COVID19' 
has quite a wide range of articles from around the world. take a look!

Copying here Laurence Cox, one of the editors, in case anyone wants to 
contact him directly. DO NOT WRITE BACK TO LISTS.


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  /Volume twelve, issue one: Organizing amidst Covid-19 /

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Back in April 2020 /Interface/asked activists around the world to tell 
us what their movements were up to in the coronavirus pandemic. Over the 
next six weeks we got 38 short pieces from every continent except 
Antarctica – covering feminist movements, LGBTQ+ activism, labour 
organizing, migrant activism, refugee solidarity, ecological struggles, 
food sovereignty, mutual aid, solidarity projects, artistic and digital 
resistance, and imagining a new world. It is an extraordinary and 
inspiring snapshot of the state of struggle around the world.

Together with general articles and book reviews, this issue of 
/Interface /has a total of 55 pieces covering movements in Argentina, 
Australia, Austria, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, 
China, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Haiti, India, Iran, 
Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, Russia, Serbia, 
Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Syria, Turkey, the UK, the US and 
globally and written in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

/Interface: a journal for and about social movements/is open-access 
(free), global and multilingual. Our overall aim is "learning from each 
other's struggles": developing conversations between practitioners and 
researchers, but also between different social movements, intellectual 
traditions and national or regional contexts. Our editors and reviewers 
include social movement practitioners and engaged movement researchers.

Like all issues of /Interface/, this issue is free and open-access. You 
can download articles individually or a complete PDF of the issue (17 
MB), from interfacejournal.net 

If you like the /Interface/project please help us publicise this issue:

  * Forward this message to mailing lists
  * Post it on facebook
  * Post details on twitter (we’re @Interface_Journ)


/For the Interface spokescouncil/

/Laurence Cox/

*/The Irish Buddhist: the Forgotten Monk who Faced Down the British 
Alicia Turner and Brian Bocking, just out in ebook and hardcopy (30% off 
with code AAFLYG6)*

*/Organizing amidst Covid-19: Interface <https://interfacejournal.net/> 
/**special issue, always free**//*

*/Social Movements/Activist Research 
/**book series for Pluto – proposals welcome***


/Associate professor of sociology, National University of Ireland Maynooth/

/Chercheur associé, Fondation maison des sciences de l’homme, Paris/

/Research consultant, The Field Centre, Gloucestershire/

@ceesa_ma <https://twitter.com/ceesa_ma>
Learning from each other's struggles 
<http://laurencecox.wordpress.com/>personal website//


/...cercare e saper riconoscere chi e cosa, in mezzo all'inferno, non e' 
inferno, e farlo durare, e dargli spazio./

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