The vigil is on the strand as normal and the social event afterwards will now be held at Highgate Newtown Community Centre, 25 Bertram Street, London N19 5DQ.
This Is Camp X-Ray (Dec 2004, 73 minutes)
Punchy film documenting a week long, fully functional internment camp that was set
up in the middle of Manchester three years ago, from its inception, construction,
operation and aftermath. It features interviews with individuals who took part as
guards and prisoners. There is reaction from local residents and passers-by. The
film concludes with an emotional interview with the sisters of Jamal Al-Harith, a
Manchester resident who was eventually released from Guantanamo Bay after 3 years of
imprisonment without charge.
SOCPA - THE MOVIE (2007, 60 mins)
This film looks at the how the increased repression in this country is being played
out in legislation designed to rid Parliament Square of Brian Haw, the lone
protestor who has camped outside parliament since 2001 in full and defiant sight of
the politicians who had voted to support the so-called 'war on terror'. The film
follows Haw’s successful battle to remain, but also shows the enormous creativity
and tenacity of other campaigners appalled at the idea that we have to ask for
permission to protest near Parliament.
You can now get free SMS alerts announcing events at London Social Centers. This is great if you don't check email very often or for friends who don't have email at all.
To subscribe, send a text containing the two words 'follow londonscn' to 07624801423.
You will receive back a text asking you confirm to which you must reply with a name of your choice.
The only cost to you will be the normal cost of sending the texts to subscribe.
Finally, you might have noticed our website has been down for a while. We hope to get a new site setup soonish and recover what we can from the old sites from the archive.org waybackmachine.
In the meantime the address rampart.co.nr is now simply forwarding to the wikipedia page about the rampART. Additionally, a myspace page has been created but please don't waste your time joining myspace if you don't have an account already.
There are also two google calendars, one public one for events that have been proposed and agreed and another which contains dates which have been provisional booked for something that's not yet confirmed, useful for people wanting to check availability of dates.
http://www.google.com/calendar/render?cid=rampart.diary%40googlemail.com - AGREED EVENTS
http://www.google.com/calendar/render?cid=the.rampart%40gmail.com - PROVISIONAL BOOKING