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(A-Radio) The defense of the Rog factory squat in Ljubljana

In cooperation with Crna Luknja, the anarchist radio show on Radio Student in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, we produced the following interview on the ongoing struggle against the attempted eviction of Rog, a former bicycle factory and an active squat for 10 years now. The interview focuses on the resistance against the attempts of eviction by the city as well as Nazi attacks and also on the political framework right now in Slovenia.
You'll find the audio (to listen online or download in different sizes) here:  link to aradio.blogsport.de

Length: 13:00 min

You can find other English and Spanish language audios here:  http://aradio.blogsport.de/englishcastellano/.

Among our last audios you can find:
* An audio recording of a former anarchist prisoner in Belarus who tells about his experiences in jail and how he survived:  link to aradio.blogsport.de
* An interview on an anarchosyndicalist struggle in vegan pizzeria in Berlin:  link to aradio.blogsport.de
* An interview with the Anarchist Federation in Britain about its Safer Spaces policy (about feminism and conflict resolution):  link to aradio.blogsport.de
* Mediterranean 4: An interview with the workers of the self-managed soap factory Vio.me in Thessaloniki:  link to aradio.blogsport.de
* Mediterranean 3: An audio by the self-organized refugee squat Orfanotrofeio in Thessaloniki:  link to aradio.blogsport.de
* An interview with an activist of the Passe Livre movement in Sao Paulo, Brazil:  link to aradio.blogsport.de
* Mediterranean 2: An interview with two anarchists working on the refugee topic in Slovenia:  link to aradio.blogsport.de

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A-Radio Berlin

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ps2.: Please note: We are always looking for people willing to lend us a hand with transcriptions and translations from Spanish or German into English as well as people able to do voice recordings - in order to amplify our international radio work. You can contact us at aradio-berlin/at/riseup(dot)net!