In 1992, the new SCALP organized itself into a national network called No Pasaran Network - a federation of the different local SCALP groups. The Paris group became known as SCALP-REFLEX (Réseau d'études sur le fascisme et de lutte contre l'extrême droite et la xénophobie - Network for the study of fascism and the fight against the extreme right and xenophobia). The radical measures taken by the network during their actions resulted in damage to premises and public property.
In 2004, more individuals quit the group, later going on to found the Libertarian and Social Offensive (Offensive libertaire et sociale, OLS).
In 2006 SCALP-REFLEX participated in demonstrations and university assemblées générales. They were involved in the occupation of the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (École des hautes études en sciences sociales, EHESS). Activists from the group clashed with those of the far right at a rally outside the Sorbonne on March 14 2006.
On May 9 2007 the group, along with other libertarian and student organisations (Alternative Libertaire, Union syndicale Solidaires, CNT), called for a counter-demonstration to be held to physically oppose a demonstration by the far right and to "show them they don't own the street." Fearing a police crackdown, the organisers - with the exception of SCALP - called for the counter-demonstration to be canceled. Several activists who attended the rally were arrested.
If current estimates of the group's strength as between 400 and 500 members are correct, more than 6000 people may have passed through its ranks since its founding.
Pornographic actress Ovidie is a former member of SCALP.
No Pasaran, the monthly publication of the network, is circulated in libraries and sectional offices. Numerous pamphlets on the far right have also been authored by the group.