organising

01aUntying the knot – feminism, anarchism & organisation by Jo Freeman and Cathy Levine.

Published by Dark Star/Rebel Press

English – 24 pages.

Originally published in 1970 in various forms.

Jo Freeman’s classic organising polemic The Tyranny of Structurelessness is printed here in whole, and followed up by Cathy Levine’s response The Tyranny Of Tyranny, forming a call and answer for the dangers of too little structure in organising and the the reasons those structureless organisations were made in the first place. A great pairing of essays compiled in this handbook from 1984.

Printing Copy – 200dpi first-last landscape layout, 17.4Mb.

Reading Copy – sequential portrait layout, 16.3Mb

0-coverOrganising Communities by Tom Knoche

Published by Zabalaza Books

English – 18 Pages

Originally published in Social Anarchism in 1993.

Tom Knoche’s extremely practical guide to organising using anarchist methods explains how to identify community goals, criteria for success, which issues to tackle, how to run any community organisation and what tactics to use and when. Very recommended as a place to start when organising in your community.

Printing Copy – Unknown dpi, first-last landscape layout, 4.5MB.

Reading Copy – Unknown dpi, sequential portrait layout, 4MB.