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Some Thoughts on Effective Altruism
by Romy Krämer

Next to grant-giving, part of our work at Guerrilla is engaging people of wealth in conversations about our more radical approach to philanthropy in the hope that this helps move resources to grassroots social movements and place attention on the need for a just transition. Many of the people we speak to in this capacity […]

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Working on Work during a Pandemic
by Ivan March

‘Autonomy, a little think tank with big ideas about how to tackle the coronavirus & how to radically re-organise in its wake‘ Bronnie Ware, an Australian palliative care nurse, recorded the dying epiphanies of patients she cared for in the final weeks of their lives, and she collected these into a book called The Top Five […]

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Lila Tsatsi – Saving Epirus
by Alex King

Two young children are laughing as they ride in circles around Kato Pedina’s town square on their tiny bicycles. They’re watched over by adults sitting on tables outside the small taverna, a scruffy stray dog spreadeagled on the floor and a stern-faced statue of a hero of the Greek resistance in WWII — which is […]

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Lady Phyll – Black Pride & Honouring the Ancestors
by Camille Barton

Phyllis Opoku-Gyimah, also known as Lady Phyll, is a force to be reckoned with. Her pioneering activist work has increased visibility and advocacy for Queer, Trans and Intersex People of Colour (QTIPOC) in the UK and beyond. One of her landmark achievements is as the co-founder and director of Black Pride, the first event of […]

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Tax Avoidance. Does Anybody Care?
by Antonis Schwarz

This time, last year, the Dutch historian Rutger Bregman set off a grenade at the World Economic Forum in Davos with his crisp and spot-on statements about tax avoidance. Activists around the world rejoiced. It was about time someone called out the hypocrisy of the elites in Davos who consistently avoid facing the issue of […]

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New Year’s Revolutions 2020
by The Guerrilla Gang

Dear activists, Two years ago we started what has now become, a guerrilla tradition, our New Year’s Revolutions piece in lieu of a dry, Annual Foundation Letter to outline our intentions, aspirations or resolutions for the days ahead. Very simply, we are posing a single question to ourselves: ‘What is the revolution you’d like to see […]

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