* How can an anti-capitalist critique premised on ecological concern be rescued from an all-pervasive greenwash ideology?
* What kinds of political actions can succeed against the increasingly repressive policing actions of a weakened government?
* What new means can be found to communicate the political rationale behind actions before the old media can neutralise its message?
For both critical theorists and political activists, opposing capitalism is no longer business as usual.
Confirmed participants: Mark Fisher (k-punk), Jeremy Gilbert (University of East London), Sarah-Jayne Clifton (Friends of the Earth), Simon Lewis (Turbulence), Debra Shaw (University of East London), Dimitris Papadopoulos (Cardiff University), Martin McIvor (Unison), Alex Williams (Splintering Bone Ashes), Dan Leighton (Demos), Amadeo Policante (Goldsmiths), Mark Barrett (Campaign for Real Democracy), Angus McKenzie, Andres Rogarth, Matt Travers.
Come down for an evening of music and heated debate. Event will be streamed live on Dissident Island Radio http://www.dissidentisland.org/. Music by DJ Steene.
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