Dissent Magazine Red Mist | Reviews Socialist Appeal - Home The Center for Popular Economics | Economics for People, Not Profits Critique Journal People's watch Who We Are From 1995-98, People's Watch (A Program Unit of the Centre for Promotion of Social Concerns) concentrated its activities on monitoring of human rights violations. This was the mandate of its governing body and the Program Advisory Board. It was soon realized that monitoring alone was insufficient. In 1998, People's Watch began legal intervention on behalf of victims. A society free from human rights violations and discrimination to be built through cultivating a human rights culture and building a participatory democracy. Protection of human rights through monitoring human rights violations, intervention and building solidarity with peoples’ struggle for human rights. A Brief History: For over 14 years, People’s Watch has fought for the protection and promotion of human rights in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Our Commitees Our Staff
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Socialism and/or barbarism Home | Costs of War Free Market Anarcho-Communism I feel that some clarification and further elaboration of my views is in order. I think that misunderstandings are best to be avoided and I want to do my part to eliminate whatever misunderstandings may exist surrounding my beliefs. First off, it must be clear that I am still very much opposed to capitalism, the wage system, bosses, money and relationships based on property and ownership. I am still a radical anarcho-communist and I strive for a society of egalitarianism, cooperation, mutual aid, moneylessness, sharing, fraternity and mutual support. Please do not interpret my calls for “left/right anarchist unity” to be any form of “justification” of capitalism, for I am still very much against it. Also, the other people with whom they work with are also doing so on their own free choice as well. Such a situation would not come about by mandate or by force, it would be the most likely result of a greater social context of statelessness, free association and free choice. In Solidarity,