The St. Imier meeting is structured according to some strong political elements, common to all groups that will participate.
These elements are:
a) A roundtable on « Anarchism and political innovation » : capacities of contemporary anarchism to innovate and face political situations that are more complex than those of the first historical period, against fascism, authoritarian regimes, environmental and ecological challenges, and against economic and social changes (emphasis on the contribution of Malatesta, Fabbri, Berneri, Abad de Santillan, and Daniel Guérin).
b) A roundtable on « New territories of anarchism, introduction or reintroduction of anarchism in Africa, Asia, and Latin America »
c) A roundtable on « Making anarchism today », covering the interesting or exemplary practices and activist interventions, notably in Europe and the Anglo-Saxon countries.
d) A roundtable on « Anarchist alternatives in action » and how to articulate alternative experiences to the revolutionary project and struggles.
e) A roundtable on « The Debt Crisis, the politics of austerity, and social and popular resistance. »
f) A closing session of St. Imier with the adoption (if possible) of a common political resolution.
An opening meeting will be held in order to present the St. Imier Congress of 1872 and what it meant for international anarchism.
A final public banquet that will be open to all of the local population is also expected.