The Permanent Assembly Against the War is a political infrastructure composed of activists and workers that aim to grow a collective discussion in the direction of a transnational politics of peace and coordinated initiatives. After Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, we started gathering monthly to confront the war by taking side with people trying to survive in Ukraine and Russia; with people suffering the effects of the war far beyond the affected regions; with people bearing the weight of economic sanctions; with refugees who are escaping from this or any other war seeking for a better life; with workers fighting against exploitation and against the attempt to use this war to implement harsher working conditions; with women and LGBTQ+ people claiming freedom against patriarchal attacks. We made last 1st of May a day of strike against the war, and for a transnational politics of peace. We also published a political Manifesto against the war as we think it brutally reminds us the urgency to practice a transnational politics for a better life against today’s society that reproduces violence, exploitation, and environmental degradation.
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