The Organisational Platform of the Libertarian Communists was a pamphlet published in 1926 by anarchist exiles from the Russian Revolution and a few other European comrades. It started an extensive debate on organisational weaknesses in the anarchist movement and possible solutions to these. The organisations today that draw on the Platform are therefore sometimes known as 'Platformist' groups.
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Towards a Fresh Revolution
by the Friends of Durruti
Manifesto of Libertarian Communism [In Spanish]
by Georges Fontenis
Some of the current and historic debate and discussion on the Organisational Platform of the Libertarian Communists and on 'Platformist' groups today
Articles on this group of Spanish anarchists who opposed CNT collaboration with the republican government during the Spanish Revolution
Groups that link themselves to the Platform
There are anarchist groups in France, Italy, Uruguay, Lebanon, Switzerland, Britain, Poland, Brazil, Ireland, Argentina, Chile, USA, Canada, South Africa and the Czech republic that source their current organisational methods on some of the ideas in the Platform.
A practical guide to anarchist organisation
Idea on how to find a local anarchist group, get involved or even organise one yourself
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Read the 'Anarchist Platform'
These are texts from a variety of anarchist groups around the world that have not received wide circulation but deserve to and articles about the anarchist movement in different countries.