UK Newswire Archive
15-12-2008 20:13Demo in solidarity with the Greek anarchist "companeros".
15-12-2008 18:45Anarchists create a disturbance with fire and slogans
31 January - 8 February 2009
Five major events over 10 days
15-12-2008 18:33Rubber Jungle (70 mins 8.00 start) - the story of Chico Mendes and the rubber tappers of Brazil - When a big budget Warner Brother's movie project about slain Brazilian activist Chico Mendes goes bust, Bill Day, Terry Schwartz and Caito Martins head deep into the Amazon to find out who Chico Mendes really was and why Hollywood couldn't make a big budget film about him.
15-12-2008 17:36The women's refuge network was set up to assist women and children to escape from domestic violence and abuse. Women fleeing domestic abuse and violence might think that entering Wrexham Women's Aid refuge would provide them with a safe haven. The reality is quite the reverse. Wrexham Women's Aid abuses the women there.
15-12-2008 17:14“These days are ours, too”
Monday, December 15, 2008
(The following text was distributed at the student picket outside the police headquarters today by people from Athens’ Haunt of Albanian Migrants. I wanted to translate and upload it here because it shows something very important: that ties of solidarity are being formed and strengthened across different sectors of the greek society - a wonderful thing!)
15-12-2008 17:10WE ARE EVERYWHERE!
WE BRING A NEW WORLD IN OUR HEARTS!
ALEXIS LIVES! THEY ARE DEAD!
15-12-2008 17:03The Earth First! Winter moot is an opportunity for people who feel affiliation with the ideas behind Earth First! to network, discuss and reflect on the ecological direct action movement and to plan for the future. In contrast with the yearly EF! Summer Gathering, which is held outside for around five days, the winter moot is a shorter weekend meeting, inside, less aimed at skill sharing and more at looking where we are at as movement and where we want to be going. A session is also reserved for discussing a UK mobilisation for the UN climate conference in Copenhagen late 2009.
15-12-2008 16:08Corporate globalization continues to ravage the planet and our lives
15-12-2008 16:04On November 11th 2008, French Anti-Terrorism Police arrested around twenty people, mostly in Tarnac, a small village in the Corrèze region of central France. Nine were subsequently accused of “criminal association for the purposes of terrorist activity” in connection with the sabotage of train lines which had caused delays on the French railways, five of them were released on bail and two remain in custody.
15-12-2008 15:55On the arrests of Coupat Julien and his comrades in Tarnac
15-12-2008 15:53The hunger strike of the jailed Chilean fighters continues
15-12-2008 15:32Time for some ideas back and forth for this international call-out?