UK Education Newswire Archive
All day of Films and Remembrance ... come along !
TALK and short dicussion at about 8:30 pm
Them (the police) throw me in ah van and tek me dow ah station, them insult me intelligence when them question me, ah treat me like ah animal ah call me monkey, them want me sign statement which wasn't written by me, but me nuh rob people fi get my money, so hey officer address me properly, cau me nuh born big me nuh drop out ah tree, I am more intelligent than you'll ever be, cos ah street life educate me, ah hard life educate me.
( Lezlee Lyrix, Put Back You Truncheon, 1985 )
11-05-2007 15:59THIS SPRING, 2007, IDEAS FOR FUTURE ACTION DISCUSSIONS, RE THE "REMEMBER EACH ELEVENTH" CAMPAIGN.
SUGGESTING RADICALS ETC ENGAGE, USING, SAY, THE "WREATH" LECTURES . . . . proposing some unusual "overlaps" - dates to follow - encouraging extra involvement . . . . new moments, unities, etc
07-05-2007 15:36An academic has been dismissed from the School of Computing and IT
at the University of Wolverhampton on the grounds of Gross
Misconduct following the use of email and an online blog devoted to
bullying in academia to express criticisms and complaints towards
management and policies within the University.
05-05-2007 19:33The US embargo on trade with Cuba continues. This summer Pastors for Peace will again challenge the blockade with a friendship caravan. A fully stocked bookmobile will accompany it. Before the revolution there were only 32 libraries in Cuba. In 2002 there were 400 public libraries and 6000 school libraries. Cubans are avid readers and life long learners but Cuban librarians struggle to meet their needs under the blockade. We urge you join us in sending books to Cuba!
04-05-2007 16:34This is a call-out to anarchists interested in sharing our living history, ideas, debates and vision to collaborate on a new weekly radio project on anarchism.
29-04-2007 11:20It seems my recent offering on the misuse of the Official Secrets Act (is there really any use for it except to cover the backs of highly-placed miscreants, in a so-called democracy?), tying the Al Jazeera bombing to 'revisionism' over the Downing Street Memo fell on deaf ears...so here's another try:-
27-04-2007 18:08Please come to the demo in Hackney tomorrow to defend free ESOL
27-04-2007 15:45Students not profit demo at UMSU on May 1st. Also joint with anti war and anti climate change people.
26-04-2007 07:14THIS FRIDAY, 6.30PM, On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the death of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, Pan African Strategist and President of Ghana,
(maybe after you attend abit of the Shut Down Guantanamo! Demo outside the US Embassy, Grosvenor Sq, 6-7pm!)
Research Group calls on you to take up its slogan --'Encouraging
Creativity'-- and send in your creative thoughts and opinions on the
role of copyright law and ideology in the countries of the global South.
24-04-2007 08:23WHILE upscale universities open bio-technological parks sponsored by big
WHILE software companies and corporate record labels entertain themselves
with the futile exercise of hunting down so-called copyright delinquents
WHILE all forms of knowledge get privatized and the access to them becomes
even more elitist...
Universitat Pirata opens its doors
22-04-2007 16:48On Saturday 21st April, almost three hundred people assembled on Sheffield's Devonshire Green and marched through the city centre to hear speakers from many organisations at Barkers Pool. These people were demonstrating their rejection of the Government proposals to cut the provisions of free ESOL classes.