An interview with the three authors of a new book — “Revolution in Rojava” — about their experiences and observations witnessing the birth of a new society
“Any movement for real transformation must make the demands of women central,” argues Meredith Tax in her book on the Kurdish women’s struggle.
For decades, the FARC has led the revolutionary struggle in Colombia, but now farmers are taking over control by means of communal assemblies.
A talk on the transformation of women’s roles in Rojava as a result of the formation of women’s academies and the revolution’s encouragement of women to become equal participants in all spheres of life
Full of admiration, but not without critique: Janet Biehl shares some of her ideas on the Rojava revolution after her recent visits to the region
As a result of these new principles of justice, and new alternative conflict resolution commitments, women and girls are not automatically blamed
The new women’s science of jineolojî and the revolutionary transformation of education in Rojava, western Kurdistan
In early December an international delegation visited Rojava’s Cezire canton where they learned about the ongoing revolution, cooperation and tolerance
Murray Bookchin (1921-2006) understood earlier than almost anyone that an ecological crisis was not only looming but posted a challenge to capitalism…
In the past five years, the Kurds of southeastern Turkey have built communalist institutions—assembly democracy—on an unprecedented scale, even as the war…