Here's my rough idea of how a modern anarchist society would function:
You would be a member of a housing council (your block, your apartment building); your work syndicate (neighborhood construction team, university history department, a factory, whatever); and any other organization or coalition you wish. Your housing council would send representatives to your neighborhood council, and your work syndicate would (usually) either be a part of, or send representatives to, several umbrella/parent syndicates. For example, if you're part of one factory's syndicate, it would be a member of the city's manufacturing syndicate, the city's public transit syndicate because you build bus parts, the goods distribution syndicate, etc etc. The large syndicates and neighborhood councils would send representatives to a city administrative council.
Your housing council makes sure that every member has a basic minimum of food and support; it deals with minor disturbances and conflicts; and provides a way to pool labour to get shit done.
Your work syndicate deals with the immediate running and maintenance of whatever industry or function it fulfills. It also provides you with support and benefits such as a membership with the public transit syndicate, technical and material support towards your housing council, etc.
Your neighborhood council is a forum in which housing councils can interact on issues that are larger than one block or building, for example, making sure that roads are fixed, transferring extra food to areas where it is needed, all that good stuff. It elects certain members to act as arbitrators (judges, juries, whatever) to settle larger disputes.
The umbrella syndicate interacts with other umbrella syndicates to provide its members with all services needed; elevator repairs, public transit, new desks, computers, earth-moving equipment, whatever. It elects certain members to act as arbitrators (judges, juries, whatever) to settle larger disputes.
The city administrative council is a forum in which umbrella syndicates and neighborhood councils interact with one another in order to make sure that anything needed anywhere gets done and is reciprocated. Need to build a new highway connecting several neighborhoods? Well, you'll need construction workers, vehicles, permission from several neighborhoods, earth-moving equipment, engineers, architects, and everything else -- all this will be provided by the different syndicates and councils.
How much formal representation you have as an individual depends on how many syndicates and councils you are a member of. Ideally, few would have one job. You'd be a member of several work syndicates, each sending representatives to several larger syndicates, plus a member of your housing council.
However, if you choose not to belong to any councils or syndicates, that's fine too. You'd independently create your own means of sustenance or trade your labour for the goods you need, perhaps traveling from town to town trading goods that are scarce for goods that are abundant.
The idea is that if you share everything in a rational way, you abolish the motive for 99% of 'crime'. The crime left over would be things like serial murder and serial rape, which frankly, even as an anarchist, I think can be easily dealt with by firing squad.
there's obviously a million more pages of detail, but that's about the gist of it.
Vive le revolution!
Please give me all the problems you can find with this admittedly limited model
Fuck tha police, comin' straight from St. Hungry