UK Education Newswire Archive
06-09-2011 05:03help stop the monkey chemical casualty training During the week of September 12, 2011
Please see the video links at the end of the post
22-08-2011 23:24The goal of liberatory education is to provoke the student to question all taken-for-granted values, ideas, norms, beliefs, etc. of her experience that are the given presuppositions comprising the dominant social paradigm. The space this educational act opens up, as rupture, emancipates the learner from the domination of what has been taken-as- given.
12-08-2011 15:23Music + words released about the riots - and forward thinking, and a better place.
09-08-2011 18:40A guidebook to post-civilized culture, including what it might entail and how we will survive. The book will contain a large amount of practical knowledge for survival including how we can build sustainable housing and grow food in a regenerative way.
06-08-2011 22:03A report of the first Lincoln Underground Collective Skill Share at the Jolly Brewer, Lincoln on 31st July 2011.
09-07-2011 12:53Teacher? Parent? School or college student?
Are you concerned about military activities in schools?
27-06-2011 10:37Strathclyde students have just gone into occupation of their university. They are occupying against the cutting of four departments which were ruthlessly voted through by the senate last week. They need the support of every Glasgow anti-cuts activist to make this a success. Come down to the Graham Hills building and show them support.
23-06-2011 12:48TAKE ACTION: Object to Foston pig factory, Derbyshire
UK Company, Midland Pig Producers (MPP) is applying to build an indoor pig factory farm on a green field site near the village
of Foston, Derbyshire (
Application CW9/0311/174 http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/environment/planning/planning_applications/current_applications/app-details.asp?AppCode=CW9/0311/174&AppType=2
). If the plans are approved it would be one of the largest factory farms in the UK, containing 2,500 mother pigs (sows) and around 25,000 growing pigs, with 1,000 going for slaughter each week.