Monthly Archives: February 2022

Stockholm Anarchist Assembly – on Ukraine

To all anarchists, in and around Stockholm – in support of comrades and peoples caught between the megalomaniac states of Ukraine and Russia. In response to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the devastating effects on the various peoples of Ukraine, and the following repression and persecution of anti-authoritarians and anarchists both in Russia and Ukraine, there is an urgent need for the international solidarity movement to, once again, get our shit together.

As part of the anarchist international movement, we need to meet each other in order to draft plans for how we as a community can support and help our comrades in need. Whether you are part of an affinity group, a collective, or just an individual who feels the calling – we call out to you to meet up on Saturday the 5th of march.

The meeting will be moderated, and you will discuss things with comrades – known and unknown. The language will primarily be in swedish and english.

As with any publicly announced event, there is some need for consciousness about what we talk about.

There are a few discussions that must happen:

  • What possible lines of cooperation can we establish in preparation for when Ukrainian migrants start showing up.

  • What material resources do we have among us? Housing? Money? Food? What do we actually need?

  • What can an anarchist volunteer do in Ukraine and the surrounding areas?

Some perspectives and thoughts (recommended reading):

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This sunday! 18:00! Nattsvart Verkstad is happy to host a screening of the documentary “WOMEN IN THE DEMOCRATIC ARMY OF GREECE”.

“After the liberation of Athens from the German occupation in 1944, a new era of British political and military intervention followed in Greece. As a result, conflicts broke out between the people who fought against the Germans and those who collaborated with them and were supported by the British army.

After the military defeat of the first ones, the signing of the Treaty of Varkiza (February 1945) signaled the start of the White Terror. Thousands of men and women who fought in the National Resistance and their families were persecuted by military and paramilitary groups. Houses were set on fire, people were raped, beaten, murdered, imprisoned and exiled. All this created a suffocating atmosphere and pushed the persecuted fighters to go up to the mountains and form groups that would serve as the base for the Democratic Army of Greece (DSE).

This was a revolutionary army and a large number of women joined its ranks and played a substantial role in it, taking part in battles and decision making. They were young women mainly from rural areas who had been brought up in the traditions of the Greek province. The struggle against the German Occupation inspired them to fight on the side of DSE but at the same time, they were also fighting for their liberation as women.

The documentary film Newborn Sky tells the story of women who fought in the ranks of DSE. Women who had been persecuted, women who had made the conscious decision to fight, women who had been drafted their experiences form a mosaic of the civil war. Apart from grief this war also spread the will to sacrifice oneself and the hope of storming heaven.”

Date & Time:

Sunday, 6 February, 2022 – 18:00


  • bar/cafe
  • film


  • free
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