UPDATE, 15 DEC: DEADLINE HAS PASSED. But don’t let that deter you from engaging with us! Check back here for updated information related to the School Revolt, but also send us an email at if you have any other ideas for how you want to participate in the APN! We’d love to hear from you.

The deadline for School Revolt 2022 is now closed, and we are so happy for all 22 of the proposals we received! Thanks so much to all of you who will be sharing your experiences, activities and reflections with the rest of us. We can’t wait for it to happen!

You can all look forward to presentations in a variety of formats where you can participate and learn more about different practices in anarchist pedagogies. Maybe it might inspire you to join our next School Revolt or just let us know about something you’re working on as it happens! (Seriously, we’d love to hear from you whenever.)

We will send emails individually to all who sent us proposals with a bit of information. If you haven’t received an email yet, please look out for it in the next couple of weeks.

Again, thank you to everyone for wanting to join us in our first collective festival, and we hope all of us have a revolutionary time together!

We are inviting you to send us proposals for participation in the first ever APN School Revolt!

APN School Revolt 2022 is a two-week festival of talks, workshops, and special events that deal with Anarchism, Education, and Intersectionality. It will take place online between the end of February 2022 and the beginning of March 2022. Final dates will be shared after proposals have been collected.

All presenters, facilitators, educators, learners and speakers are welcome, regardless of academic degree, official title, expertise, geographic location, or language. Presenters are encouraged to suggest original and thought-provoking proposals in a variety of formats, as long as they center the three main themes. In particular, we would prefer to platform individuals and collectives who have practical experiences or who combine practical experience with the theoretical. This also extends to informal learning spaces and alternative techniques that often go overlooked.

Events can take the shape of panel presentations, roundtables, performances, webinars, workshops, written pieces, artwork, zines, posters, podcast episodes, video-art and sound, music, or any other format. Exciting and unconventional formats are encouraged, and no preference will be given to one over another. Additionally, presenters are also welcome to create a hybrid event (if they have the opportunity or ability to do so).

However, there is a zero tolerance policy for any forms of bigotry. Proposals that veer too close to the possibility of being discriminatory in any form will first receive an email requesting clarification. Any projects that promote harm towards marginalised and vulnerable communities will be rejected outright.

To apply, simply fill out this form. Deadline for applications is December 10. All applicants will receive an email by December 31. If an applicant is unable to participate during the two weeks (for any reason), we welcome them to work with us to find another time that is better for them.

While we can support presenters with technical needs, presenters are welcome to use whatever devices and any software that are needed to make their events a reality. Should anyone require any kind of assistance or accommodations (including technical support), please indicate your needs in the registration form.

We are looking forward to your proposals!

Love and Solidarity,