UK Education Newswire Archive
17-05-2008 19:08Mark Collet, Griffins pet was apparently seen procuring 14 yrs old at a BNP conference a few years in Blackpool back by BNP members themselves. Sadie didnt resign over that& he is still Griffins favourite poodle.
Bet his security team are proud to be protecting such a worthwile party, though maybe they thought the 14yr olds were asking for it just like the kids of anyone else who opposes fascism.
16-05-2008 17:56Legislation since the 1990s has introduced a focus on mass education , performativity and marketisation in British Higher Education alienating the workers at the base in the universities.
16-05-2008 15:35The aim of HacktionLab is to have a convergence where people interested in and/or working in the areas of alternative media, renewable energy, on-line video distribution, free software and any other form of activism that utilises technology.
16-05-2008 15:23Can this company truly be so abysmally stupid, uncomprehending of the legal processes, and unaware of the public furor over their ghastly chemical products? World's largest manufacturer of carcinogens, Aspartame & MSG, must accept responsibility for perpetuating decades-long spike in Neurodegenerative Illnesses: Tumors, MS, ALS, Migraines, Seizures, all thoroughly documented by USA FDA
15-05-2008 23:11The Camp for Climate Action is back. And we are planning a jam packed
programme of workshops. If this new movement for climate action has a
chance of winning, we are going to need knowledge, skills and the space to
forge a future where people and the environment come before profit.
15-05-2008 14:44The sheer lack of representation in our government, Local, State, and Federal, has many up in arms as to what can be done. Here are just a few suggestions!
14-05-2008 17:40The 2008 IDAHO-UK calender has been announced. Events across the UK and around the world.
13-05-2008 18:17Nottingham Animal Rights, working in conjunction with Lincoln Animal Rights, will be holding events as part of the annual P&G day of action as organised by Uncaged Campaigns. The main focus of the day will be a stall, to spread the message that cruelty-free shopping isn’t just easy, but is the only choice, in the light of the incredible cruelty and suffering faced by animals at the hands of Procter & Gamble amongst others.
11-05-2008 12:02To encourage a climate-friendly and non-corporate approach to catering a new social enterprise is to launch in Coventry on Friday 23rd May.
09-05-2008 13:47A one day conference for student activists to discuss the way forward for building a campaigning student movement.
08-05-2008 10:08Historical films about the leftist riots in May 1968 are shown in the Edinburgh Filmhouse this weekend.
08-05-2008 10:07The Edinburgh Film Festival takes place this year from 18th till 29th of June. Politically interesting films are also offered, like on Israel/Palestine and the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse.
The University of Nottingham was recently voted the Number 1 "Most Vegetarian-Friendly UK University," in a poll conducted by Peta2, the youth wing of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In achieving first place, Nottingham beat Glasgow University, which has Vegan Society accreditation, into second place.
According to Peta2, the university has been "working alongside Vegsoc – Nottingham University Vegetarian and Vegan Society." Alex Claridge, the society's social security was kind enough to answer a few questions about what the group have actually been doing.
26-04-2008 18:20Education Not for Sale, University of Sussex SU, LSE SU and other activists are working together to organise a conference on 17 May. 40 years after 1968, what way forward for radical student activism?
25-04-2008 22:31"French leader Valerie destaing after setting up G8 &"retiring" became a Trilateral attendee, but was never part of the corporate politburo with Kissinger & Rockefeller" Robin Ludd
Message to Trilateral Dragons Den come on,
cooperate, before our planet dies!,
Untested unsafe "magic bullets" will only make things worse!
24-04-2008 09:55MARCH AGAINST THE NEW UK MILITARY ACADEMY BEING BUILT IN WALES
Assemble 1.30 pm, City Hall, Cardiff. Saturday 26 April
Around 4,000 people protested in Victoria Square Birmingham during the previous strike and given the potential size of the dispute tomorrow, with teachers and civil servants joining the strike, there could be around 10,000 people protesting against Birmingham City Council. This is set to be the biggest public service dispute in the last 20 years.