UK Newswire Archive
10-03-2004 20:42Pascal Lamy, the EU Trade Commissioner, today visited St Anthony's College in Oxford to give a talk on the economic power of the EU. A number of activists in Oxford decided to undertake various actions to make him feel welcome.
10-03-2004 19:48* A study of the current situation in Venezuela demystifying the image sold by the media and promoted by the current rulers or by those who aspire to take their place. Originally published in El Libertario # 36, the bimonthly newspaper of the Comision de Relaciones Anarquistas
10-03-2004 19:10Discrimination against Israel's Palestinian citizens has been expanding to include a total ban of the use of Arabic language by workers, reports Jonathan Cook
to oppose the closure of local post offices. David Lammy, the local MP,
was there too and gave a short speech, and said he would stand up for
10-03-2004 18:44Anti-war groups throughout the United States and around the globe will
take to the streets on Saturday March 20, the one-year anniversary of
the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, under the banner "The World Still Says No
10-03-2004 17:54i have some ideas for some of the concrete changes the 'horizontals' need to fight for now, but as my other submission seemed massively long i decided to put them in this seperate one.
10-03-2004 17:45This was posted to email@example.com...
What I feel to be the massive success of this weekend has given me some ideas...
10-03-2004 17:34there was a very significant breakthough in the esf-uk organising process over the weekend at the european assembly. as part of the 'horizontals' i was part of this negotiation and it was fascinating. here i want to give my account of what went down, recognising that this is just my perspective, and to start the more detailed discussion about where we go from here.
10-03-2004 17:16'Auto-organisation' is a conferencnce and series of actions taking place in Berlin from April 4th-11th and is open to all individuals and groups involved or interested in sef-managed projects, iniviatives, groups and collectives.
10-03-2004 17:08The CPT decided to visit Turkey in the following days, claiming that it will control the F-Type prisons.
Therefore it has asked the Turkish Ministry of Justice for the necessary permissions.
In a statement published by the Anadolu Agency, the official press agency of the Turkish State, the CPT declared: "The committee is going to visit the physical and social facilities within the prisons. The physical and social facilities of the F-Type prisons in Turkey are in a very well condition. Some of the convicts participate in the production in the ateliers which were established in different areas and get paid their insurances." With such a statement they want to submit the torturous regime in Turkey 'We're going to examine your prisons. But don't worry, we're not against the torture you apply. We have to find a way to silence our own public, that's why we're going to visit them.'
10-03-2004 15:58Collective Vision Cinema Cafe Day at London Action Resource Centre, 62 Fieldgate St. E1, from 12noon, Saturday 13th March, 12noon onwards. Films, food and social....
10-03-2004 15:55Local food web provides a search engine service for buying and selling locally produced food products by area, throughout the untire UK. you simply log on and search for your location and it gives you a list of local producers and suppliers.
10-03-2004 15:33Last year we made a first gathering of people against civilization, in Can Masdeu, close to Barcelona, the result was satisfactory either in the number of people that came, the contains of the debates, as the connections that people could made.
10-03-2004 15:27Plan to establish chesterfields first occupied squat/social centre.
EVERYONE BENEFITS! MAKE A DATE WITH OXFORD's FINEST!
10-03-2004 14:12A deep-frozen London Rising Tide were on hand to meet and greet those NGOs and 'socially responsible' imvestors attending a meeting organised by BP and the 'Tangguh Independent Advisory Panel' (TIAP). TIAP is made up of Senator George Mitchell, (Chairman of TIAP and now also of Disney!), Lord David Hannay, Reverend Herman Saud and Ambassador Sabam Siagian, all of whom are on the BP payroll.
10-03-2004 13:18Rising Tide and Corporate Watch have organised a benefit gig on Tuesday 16th March at Northgate Hall, St Michaels Street, Oxford. There will be poets, singers, music and theatre. Doors open at 7:30 for an 8pm start, cost £5 waged, £3 unwaged.
10-03-2004 12:28The following was cut and pasted from the archive section.
It seems the original posting was misssed by the majority of readers.