Borderless – An Anticapitalist Journal
Borderless is a radical bimonthly paper written in English for non-Dutch speakers interested in Dutch progressive politics. It provides news and commentary from an anti-capitalist perspective on Dutch politics and on events and social struggles in the Netherlands and around the world.
Borderless is written and published by a collection of Dutch and non-Dutch activists living in Amsterdam. We consider ourselves socialists, feminists and ecologists and we seek anti-capitalist solutions to the many economic and ecological crises facing working people worldwide. We oppose capitalism, a political-economic system that is based on exploitation and whose increasingly frequent crises are devastating communities around the globe. We oppose all attacks on the civil and human rights of citizens, immigrants, workers, and minorities both inside and outside the Netherlands. We stand in solidarity with all people engaged in the struggle against exploitation and oppression.
So far we have produced three issues of the journal:
- Issue number 0, June 2012 – our pilot issue (pdf 0)
- Issue number 1, October – November (pdf 1)
- Issue number 2, February 2013 (pdf 2)
- Issue number 3, May 2013 (pdf 3)
- Issue number 4, January 2014 (pdf 4)
We regularly organise activities like filmscreenings. For details, see the agenda on the right.
You can contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Facebook: