UK Education Newswire Archive
11-08-2006 16:10pray-ins, pickets, economic boycotts, lawsuits, message planes, breathing
10-08-2006 00:21Hi everyone,
We've just finalised the programme of workshops, discussions and meetings
- we've got an amazing range of over 150 top quality workshops relating to
all aspects of climate change. You can view it online at http://www.climatecamp.org.uk/programme.htm
Film Nights at the Common Place Cinema
Join us for a fortnightly film and discussion night
At the Common Place, Wharf Street (off Kirkgate) Leeds City Centre
16th August: Balatacamp.net short films and Oscar nominated "Paradise Now".
05-08-2006 12:49There will be a second meeting Friday 11th August at The Occupied Social Centre in Sparkbrook at 7.30pm for people interested in coming to climate camp from the West Midlands/Birmingham area.
01-08-2006 10:38Why has the noun and right of free speech been removed from the 10th edition of the Oxford Dictionary? Does this have anything to do with Tony the Toad's rediculous Socpa Act? Are you old enough to remember Perry Mason, the detective? Do you like secret societies? I have a few questions in my mind...
01-08-2006 10:12TEPP is a network of English teachers, teacher trainers and materials-writers who have worked in Palestine, Lebanon or neighbouring countries. We wish as educators to express our outrage at the recent killing and destruction of infrastructure in Gaza and Lebanon.
01-08-2006 05:27Students Dialogue With Legendary Activists
24-07-2006 11:41Anti water Fluoridation campaign
24-07-2006 11:37Everyone needs to be fully aware of all their human rights:
17-07-2006 13:05At the beginning of May 2006, members of the Iraq Solidarity Campaign and Middle East Cultural Association returned for the third time to Baqa’a – a Palestine Refugee Camp, which is located in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Plav is a small town in the north east of Montenegro. The 10.000 inhabitants form a mixed community of Montenegrians, Serbs and Albanians. 80% is muslim, 14% orthodox, 2% catholic. Among the Montenegrians there are both muslims and orthodox, among the Albanians both muslims and katholics. Part of the population are refugees from the Bosnian war (1992-1995) and the Kosovo war (1998-1999). The town is very isolated, surrounded by mountains and six hours away from the capital Podgorica. In autumn last year, a small group of people set up an NGO, Plagus_M, with the aim to activate the local community and the youth culture.
Interview with Merlinda Djesevic from Plagus_M:
Here are some photos from a workshop within the Roma Community of Bitola, Macedonia. The workshop took place as part of the Art and Activism Caravan, which is currently touring the Balkans. For more information and full coverage, see the Art and Activism Caravan page.