The Anarchist Federation was founded as the Anarchist Communist Federation in March of 1986. We describe ourselves as anarchist communists and revolutionary class struggle anarchists, and operate as a membership organisation.

As anarchist communists we fight for a world without leaders, where power is shared equally amongst communities, and people are free to reach their full potential. We do this by supporting working class resistance to exploitation and oppression, organise alongside our neighbours and workmates, host informative events, and produce publications that help make sense of the world around us.


Everything below are resources provided by Anarchist Federation:

A Short Introduction to Anarchist Communism

The Anarchist Federation is an organisation of revolutionary class struggle anarchists. We aim for the abolition of all hierarchy, and work for the creation of a world-wide classless society: anarchist communism.
This pamphlet will give a short introduction to anarchist communism and how we think we can get there.A Short Introduction to Anarchist Communism

Capitalism is Killing the Earth

Our attempt to help forge a more effective environmental movement. One capable of saving the planet before capitalism finishes destroying it. It builds on our collective experiences fighting against the destruction of the natural world, as well as reading and research.Capitalism is Killing the Earth


We live in a society where the activities we engage in for most of our life are not based on being useful to society or fulfilling to ourselves, but are based upon getting money to have our needs met. Our work is the driving force behind capitalism. The activities we’re required to perform are either detrimental to society or have their full worth undermined by the drive for profits.

This pamphlet will explain why we must abolish work.Work

Against Nationalist

Anarchists do not see the world in terms of competing national peoples, but in terms of class. We do not see a world of nations in struggle, but of classes in struggle. The nation is a smokescreen which hides the struggle between classes which exists within and across them. Consequently, there is no single ‘people’ within the ‘nation’, and there is no shared ‘national interest’ which unifies them.

This pamphlet gives our analysis of nationalism and why anarchists are fundamentally against it.Against Nationalist

Revolutionary Women

This pamphlet shines a light on some of the lesser-known revolutionary women of the past. Who fought not only against the state and capitalism, but against sexism. Sexism in wider society, within revolutionary movements, and in the eyes of historians who too often overlooked them.Revolutionary Women