RESEARCH WEBINAR SERIES: “Zimbabwe’s Command Agriculture: An Assessment of Heterodox Economic Measures under Neoliberalism” by Freedom Mazwi Date & Time: Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022, 11 am – 12.30 pm. Enquiries: Join the Webinar on MS Teams .

BOOK LAUNCH: Farming and Working under Contract: Peasant and Workers in Global Agricultural Value Systems Editors: P. Jha, P. Yeros, W. Chambati & F. Mazwi. Publisher: Tulika Books (New Delhi). Speakers: H. Kassa, T. Lima, & A. Prasad. Date & Time: June 29th, 2022, 1-3 pm (UTC). Register on Zoom or tune in on Facebook

ASN Research Bulletin Mar-Apr 2022

Our new research bulletin is out! This and the previous editions can be found in our Research Bulletin page.

This issue examines the fate of the unseen, unheard, and permanently precarious working people in capitalism’s now obsolete march, whose uncertain destiny has been aggravated by COVID-19 crisis. Click the link to read more

Paris Yeros*Trad. Kenia Cardoso

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Elements of a New Bandung by Paris Yeros

The World Pre-revolutionary Situation We stand at the threshold of a world revolutionary situation. We can be certain now that mass mobilizations and serial insurrectional outbreaks will occur throughout this decade and that they will amount to much more than a passing phase of social unrest. Polarization is far advanced in the peripheries of the

FM – Good Morning. Welcome to this conversation with Mwalimu Professor Issa Shivji, a development and law expert. He has worked quite a lot in Africa, in places that include the University of Dar es Salaam, Zimbabwe and South Africa.  He is one of the leading lights at CODESRIA, one of the leading research institutions

ASN Research Bulletin #10 : A New World View Editorial Theme: A New World View This tenth issue of the ASN Research Bulletin returns to foundational liberation questions regarding concrete analysis of where we are, and what is to be done. It brings together three prominent voices for liberation in far-reaching reflections on the condition

Editorial The contributions in this issue highlight on the one hand, the weakening of the traditional peasantry through ongoing processes of agricultural modernization, and on the other, sustained struggles by those who till the land to protect their ecosystems, livelihoods, and as a basis for survival. These contradictory elements that stress rural working people and