sheffer | 12.10.2004 10:21 | Sheffield
Forums,the Sheffield Social Forum is an open space for talk and action. From
protests on local debt to workshops on the environment, conferences on food sovereignty, the forum works to bring groups and people together. The Sheffield Social Forum is not a party, there are no leaders or doctrine, everyone's voice is equal. We are making links with local social forums across the UK and Europe discussing how we as part of
communities split by undemocratic governments and greed, can make another world a reality
Several people from the Sheffield Social Forum will be at the Local Social
Forum open space in the Solidarity village. Come down and say hello!
Conway Hall (Red Lion Square)
Room 202, Clement House (LSE, Aldwych)
Friday evening and all day Saturday
The Sheffield Social Forum has meetings at 7:30pm on the 1st and 3rd
Thursdays of every month at Sharrow Community Hall on John St. The meetings involve
talking about what the people there want to do or achieve, and how the group
can help organise to do it. You can do as much or as little as you want and
take part in whatever you want.
For open talk on topics serious, political, tabloid and surreal come to the
Democracy Café, 1st Tuesday every month at the Blue Moon Café (James St)
Forthcoming actions around the forum include a conference on welfare cuts,
an anti-incinerator campaign, a debt campaign and street theatre. To find out
more email sheffieldsocialforum at riseup.net or phone 07986 426777 or go to
wiki.sheffieldsocialforum.org.uk - this world and our city is yours as much as anyone's,
so have your say!