International Libertarian Solidarity

International Libertarian Solidarity was an international anarchist network with over 20 participating organizations from North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

According to their website, "International Libertarian projects are open to anarchist, anarcho-syndicalist, revolutionary syndicalist, and clearly anti-Statist, non-party aligned social organisations which run along libertarian principles". The projects mostly consisted of supporting various practical initiatives in South America such as funding printshops and communal halls, and, more broadly, the struggle against corporate globalization.

Its creation was rejected by the International Workers Association, who accused the initiators of being reformist and bearing confusion and division among anarchists.

Its former website has since disappeared and the network is no longer active. Many of the anarchist political organizations that were members now co-operate in the project.

Member organisations