When care needs piracy: the case for disobedience in struggles against imperial property regimes

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2021 Number 77

When care needs piracy: the case for disobedience in struggles against imperial property regimes
Valeria Graziano, Tomislav Medak, Marcell Mars, pages 55-70
DOI: 10.3898/SOUN.77.04.2021

Abstract

The aim of the Pirate Care project is to put the politics back into caring and to disrupt the global property regime that is colonising public welfare services and turning them into privately traded assets. Piracy refers to all the practices of survival and solidarity that disobey unjust legal and social rules that support property at the expense of living beings. The idea of piracy enables the foregrounding of the need to expand the realm of conceivable political responses to the crisis.

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Valeria Graziano, Tomislav Medak, Marcell Mars (2021) When care needs piracy: the case for disobedience in struggles against imperial property regimes, Soundings, 2021(77), 55-70

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