Sam Castro is a lifelong activist, defender of the environment and mother of 3 children. She works for Friends of the Earth Australia which was recently been declared an "extremist organization" for its campaigns against coal and uranium mining companies. Sam tells us what changes pushed her to find time in a full and busy life to become involved with Occupy Melbourne and supporting Wikileaks. She also reflects on the revolutionary changes to the face of activism globally and the power shif occuring with the tools of social networking and Internet information creating novel coallitions around the need for political transparency and reform.
Jeremy Hammond is a member of the hacktivist network Anonymous, and a gifted computer programer whose case has attracted the attention of activists, civil libertarians and (...)
The ZAD, place of experiment and resistance - Welcome to France. The ZAD (Zone A Défendre; zone to defend) of Notre-Dame des Landes is a zone where the struggle in all its (...)
"Grime is a new vehicle for political resistance in the UK and I’m about to grab the steering wheel." Potent Whisper is reputed for using rhyme to create discussion and (...)
Australian national radio’s Law Report features Lauri Love. Lauri Love is interviewed on ABC’s Law Report this week, on the subject of extradition law and cases of Gary (...)