UK Education Newswire Archive
26-07-2009 11:15On Tuesday August 4th, the people of Greater Manchester have an opportunity
to come together to share knowledge and ideas about Climate Change and what
to do about it.
17-07-2009 16:17Update on what's going on at the occupied Bingo Hall Social Centre, Hobson Street, Cambridge.
London Metropolitan University came to a halt on Tuesday 14th of July as hundreds of workers went on a UCU/UNISON coordinated strike in protest at continued job cuts and outsourcing. Workers and students set up picket lines at every building of North and City campuses.
See report and photos in IMC-London:
07-07-2009 18:19"But speaking of premeditation, we come to arguably the most important similarity, one which has been controversial in recent days, as liberal/leftist supporters of Obama bend over backwards to reinforce their waning "hope" in the final days of the post-electoral honeymoon: the covert U.S. role in the coup."
06-07-2009 21:49More than 175 years worth of Parliamentary election results are now available online following the launch of a free-to-view historical website that paints a picture of change in Britain by numbers, surveys and images.
06-07-2009 17:53We are asking the Prime Minister to ensure that NHS service provisions and funding arrangements for services for adults with ADHD are reviewed and revised urgently.
06-07-2009 10:17The Age Of Stupid film is blown in from the ethos to be shown at The Electric Palace,39a High Street, Hastings. Screenings to be shown on 9,10,11,&12 July.Doors open 7.30pm £6.00 Admission.
Now come on don't be stupid you know it makes sense to be there....
05-07-2009 14:25A public meeting was held at SOAS on 2 July in support of 10 (now 9) Pakistani students facing deportation as they pose a threat to "national security" following their arrest in yet another big "anti-terror raid" embarrassment. Of course that threat is unspecified and the evidence is secret...fair trial anyone? Justice?
04-07-2009 17:09Sheffield University is about to be hit by massive cuts, job losses and cuts in workers pay. This is a call to arms from the One Big Union!
The protest was aimed at Peter Anwyl, Director of International Student House (ISH), who has consistently refused to meet or talk to the unions. A delegation from both UCU and UNISON went to present a letter protesting at the cuts in staff at LMU.
Audio from the meeting of the The London Campaign to support the North West 10, foreign students who were arrested under Terror Laws and most of whom are now in prison, despite there being no evidence against them, met at the Khalili Lecture theatre at SOAS on Thursday 2nd July.
Speakers included Tariq Mehmood, one of the 'Bradford 12', Gareth Peirce - Human Rights Solicitor, Dorothy Wright of UCU, Asim Qureshi of Cage Prisoners and Rizwan Sabir, arrested with Hicham Yezza at Nottingham University.