In our final essay of our series on fascism and antifascism, we explore what we believe is a foundational split between miltiant antifascism and more political campaigns. We argue that these tendencies must be unified to create a durable response to the rising fascist threat, and that this can only be achieved organisationally.
Thomas Duffin writes on Welsh Independence in the context of environmental collapse, and how the democratic and ecological models being constructed in Northern and Eastern Syria may provide a model for an alternative.
The Lever Editorial Group’s third essay on fascism and anti-fascism. In this essay, we discuss the history of communist strategy for confronting fascism, and suggest a possible strategy and tactics for today.
In the first part, we will be providing the context in which a theoretical discussion of anti-fascist struggle has become a “burning question of our movement” in Britain today, as well as some of the limitations of the current proposals for organisation that go beyond the demo/counter-demo dynamic.
In this article the Carson Rainham, a social work student in London, discusses the potentialities of an emergent return to radical social work, the contradictions of social work under capitalism, the need to adopt a revolutionary method and in turn create a new pedagogy to ensure its survival.