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Camp Anarchy 2019 – Program

SATURDAY

Time

Hut

Barn

10 – 11:30

Camp Setup – Introduction

11:30 – 1 Politics in gaming
1 – 2

Lunch

2 – 3:30 History of Camp Eureka Building the new in the shell of the old – what now?
3:30 – 4

Tea break

4 – 5:30 Non-hierarchical relationships with children Bike Repair
6 – 7

Dinner

7 – 8:30

2 Minutes of Infamy

After dark

Movie

SUNDAY

Time

Hut

Barn

10 – 11:30 West Papuan workshop
11:30 – 1 Dumpstering The Importance of Indigenous Plants vs Native Plants
1 – 2

Lunch

2 – 3:30 Threat modelling for campaigns
(cyber security)
3:30 – 4

Tea break

4 – 5:30 Consistent anti-oppression: where do animals fit in?
6 – 7

Dinner

MONDAY

Time

Hut

Barn

10 – 11:30
11:30 – 1

Debrief & Lunch

1 – 2

Clean Up Campsite

Saturday – Workshops & Discussions

Politics in gaming

Saturday

11:30 – 1

Hut

Angie
Discussion on politics within games. What sort of roles can you play? How are characters from leftist countries portrayed? Can you play as an anti-capitalist and win? How are women, PoC and disabled people portrayed?
History of Camp Eureka
Saturday

2 – 3:30

Hut

Sandra
History and current situation of Camp Eureka, and your questions answered
Building the new in the shell of the old – what now?
Saturday

2 – 3:30

Barn

Group discussion
Urgent, radical social change is a vital response to the imminent environmental catastrophe we face. As anarchists, what can we practically do right now to have the greatest positive impact? Where can we look for inspiration?

Non-hierarchical relationships with children

Saturday

4 – 5:30

Hut

Alex
In this workshop we can discuss ways we can establish and maintain relationships with children that don’t default to elevating one person’s(/groups) needs over another.

How do anarchist principles of autonomy, free-association, consent, and accountability etc. apply in the long-term relationships we have with children?

All invited, we’ve all been (or are) children, so we all have something valuable to share, and the constructs children have will be the ones they reference as adults.

Bike Repair

Saturday

4 – 5:30

Barn

Terry
Keeping those wheels spinning

2 Minutes of Infamy

Saturday

7 – 8:30

Barn

Each participant has two minutes to introduce and spruik the projects they’re involved in. Once everyone in the circle has had their (strictly timed) 2 minutes there is time and space for networking and chasing up the people whose two minutes has inspired you or made you want to connect with them and their group. An excellent chance to publicise your campaign, group or activity and a sure-fire way to have a conversation starter with everyone at Camp Anarchy!

Sunday – Workshops & Discussions

West Papuan workshop

Sunday

10 – 11:30

Hut

West Papuan workshop

Dumpstering

Sunday

11:30 – 1

Barn

Sam
Dumpster diving gets the goods

The Importance of Indigenous Plants vs Native Plants

Sunday

11:30 – 1

Barn

Carolyn
A yarn about what I have learnt revegetating on the Merri Creek since 1983.

I believe that saying “Sorry” is not enough.

We need to repair the damage which has taken place since 1775!

What you can do in your own backyard on your Verge or on a Riparian zone near you.

How to lobby the powers that be!

What you can provide to bring back the bush……

Healing the earth and yourself

Threat modelling for campaigns (cyber security)

Sunday

2 – 3:30

Hut

Shane
What are the threats to our campaigns, online systems and communications? What is most likely to occur? What will cause the most damage to our campaigns and the individuals in them? Our threat modelling does not require a high level of technical understanding. It will primarily be a space for sharing security issues that are impacting our campaigns, and that many of us already have experience with.

Consistent anti-oppression: where do animals fit in?

Sunday

4 – 5:30

Hut

Collectively Free
In this workshop participants will be invited to explore the mutually reinforcing nature of systems of oppression and consider how the hierarchical position of nonhuman animals is used to justify their domination and exploitation while simultaneously erasing them from much radical anti-capitalist discourse.

Programs from previous Labour Day Weekend camps can be viewed here.

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