The Reclaim the Fields bulletins aims at facilitating the information transmission between the stars of the constellation, sharing the latest news and the current state of the process amongst the people or collectives already involved and allowing new people to catch up and join us, having at disposition the necessary background texts and a history of the debates.
Since its first edition the “Reclaim the Fields” (RtF) bulletin is a way to exchange and circulate information within the RtF network and to make RtF and its ideas visible where it’s still less known.
It’s usually published after each assembly meeting: it contains feedback from the last assembly and an invitation to the next one (the assemblies are the only decision making moments within RtF). It is also a means for the stars of the RtF constellation to share their news: to present projects, share information about actions, spread call-outs and publicize events to come.
The bulletin has neither a team nor a fixed editorial line; texts are proposed by whoever wants to contribute and every number is compiled by a team formed during the European assemblies. The texts published in the bulletins reveal the diversity of the considerations and opinions that meet within RtF, and aim to feed reflection and mutual debate. The texts are the author’s responsibility, and don’t represent any position of RtF as a whole.
Read and download the bulletins below:
- Bulletin 14 – Février 2020
- Bulletin 13 – March 2018
- Bulletin 12 – October 2017
- Bulletin 11 – October 2016
- Bulletin 10 – March 2016
- Bulletin 9 – January 2015
- Bulletin 8 – January 2014
- Bulletin 7 – Summer 2013
- Bulletin 6 – February 2013
- Bulletin 5 – February 2012
- Bulletin 4 – August 2011
- Bulletin 3 – February 2011
- Bulletin 2 – September 2010
- Bulletin 1 – May 2010
The constellation produces some other booklets :
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