This upload includes a web version of the zine for straight-up reading, as well as a high quality printable version of issue #30.
In this issue:
-A day-by-day account of the actions at the Climate and Anti-Racism Camps in Hamburg.
-‘Feral anarchists’ respond to claims that they are responsible for the cancellation of the Adelaide War Fair.
-FYI, a report on the release of the police files about the APEC excluded persons list through an F.O.I. request.
-The Student Housing Action Cooperative in Melbourne squat a building as part of a campaign towards accessible housing for all.
-News from Melbourne, Aotearoa, Peru, USA and Greece.
-Review of Boundary Songs, an audio walk around Redfern, by Duncan Speakman.
Mutiny is an anarchist collective based in Sydney. We started this zine to explore different avenues of disobedience & resistance, & to encourage people to write about their ideas, actions & experiences. Mutiny is currently exploring ways to resist gentrification, in particular the ‘redevelopment’ proposed in the Redfern area by the Redfern Waterloo Authority. We’re keen to work with other people opposed to this redevelopment & the displacement, rent hikes & ugliness it involves. The Mutiny collective meets regularly & everyone is lovely: please contact us on the address below.
The zine is produced in Sydney and distributed in paper format in lots of places including Jura Books and Black Rose Books in Sydney.
Contact us if you’re interested in writing something or distributing paper copies.
c/- PO Box 4, Enmore, NSW, 2042, Australia
|Mutiny 30 - A4 PRINT.pdf||3.81 MB|
|Mutiny 30 - WEB.pdf||1.74 MB|