There’s nothing really in-depth in this particular article, but I like the fact that representatives from both movements dialled in to a workshop in Manchester, England. Being able to so easily communicate remote can help us build international solidarity.
David Graeber here mentions that the aircraft and tanks supplied to Turkey need regular maintenance and repair, and that it’s not happening in Turkey, it’s happening in other Nato countries. Who’s doing it? Could we push for a down tools like the Rolls-Royce workers did when refusing to service the planes used in Pinochet’s Chile?
I’ve found Rojava and Jackson very inspiring movements over the past year or so. Grassroots and built in areas of intense struggle, they both focus strongly on equality, economic justice and environmental issues.