Local Groups

The 2014 NATO Summit is rapidly approaching. Preparations are well under-way, but there is still an enormous amount left to do. Now is the time to get involved!

Anarchist Action Network is a network of autonomous local groups, based in towns and cities across the UK and further afield. The best way to get involved is to contact your local group which can be found below.

No Journalists or Police are allowed at any meetings

Local Groups

Sussex

Meets at the Cowley Club
email: smashedo@riseup.net

London

email: stopg8_london@riseup.net

Wales

email: stopnatocymru@riseup.net

 

About us

Anarchist Action Network is made up of autonomous groups and individuals. There are no leaders or “central committee”. On this page you can find out more about how we work, and what we believe.

Network structure:

Local groups. There are a number of local Anarchist Action Network groups in towns and cities across the UK. If you want to get involved, or get in touch, the best place to start is usually your local group. If there isn’t a local group near you, we can help you start one. See the list of local groups and contacts here.

Working groups. We have set up a number of working groups to organise different aspects of the mobilisation like fundraising, publicity, logistics, etc. See the list of working groups and contacts here.

Monthly network meetings. The whole network comes together once a month, each time in a different town or city. This is where we make decisions about general principles and strategy that affect the whole network. See the time and place of the next meeting here.

International. We welcome people from outside the UK to get involved in the network, or to organise actions and events in solidarity. See the international page for more details.

Anarchist Action Network email. We get a lot of email queries. Please contact your local group if possible. But if it’s really necessary, you can email us at anarchistactionnetwork (@) riseup.net

Join us! Everyone is welcome at all Anarchist Action Network local and network meetings — except journalists and police.

Network principles and aims:

The Stop G8 network has agreed some basic principles which shape all of our work and decisions. You can read more about them on this page. In brief, they are:

We have adopted the PGA Hallmarks.

We support diversity of tactics.

We are openly anti-capitalist.

We aim to make decisions by consensus.

We aim to help re-build an anti-capitalist movement in the UK and beyond.

Network meeting decisions and minutes:

On this page you can find a list of the main decisions made at previous network meetings. And you can also (if you really want!) read all the minutes in detail.