http://antifainengland.wordpress.com/: although not updated much recently, this is no doubt for 'operational reasons'. Contradicting the old dictum, to travel is more important than to arrive. An essential resource carrying the banner (or should that be Molotov?) for the cause of street-based non-state-compromised militant anti-fascism. As such, Antifa are significant bearers of a historical tradition, and their archive is interesting. It would be a grave mistake to think the time for clued-up anti-fascist street politics has passed, never to return. If it does, these people will be there or thereabouts. Situated at what is called 'the rough end of the political market'--so make sure while viewing this site you dress smartly casual, with DMs polished. As you were.
http://uaf.org.uk/: whatever their effectiveness, the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) have had some form of front organisation in this field since the late 1970s. Expect lots of frenetic activism, placards & fund-raising gimmicks. Especially fund-raising. Hardly very sophisticated, but at least not institutionally state-compromised. Compared to Hope Not Hate (who the UAF have belatedly realised are friends of the state) almost...street-credible. Pity their idea of a 'mass audience' is a paid advert in the Guardian newspaper. Will they ever learn? While Weyman Bennett is in post, the answer is no: Martin Smith (now persona non grata under his own name) was rather more clued-up though, if a tad abrasive. We think Taz Shifrin still is. Just don't expect sharp analysis or (perish the thought) democratic input into UAF policy--'Conferences' are rallies. End of. Now get out there behind police lines and wave those placards.