UK Education Newswire Archive
04-02-2010 18:38On Thursday 11 February 2010 the University of Nottingham will be hosting the free Lord Dearing Memorial Conference, on the Future of Higher Education. Speakers will include Lord Mandelson, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, and Sir Langlands, Chief of the HEFCE.
01-02-2010 17:59The following article is being circulated as part of an ongoing campaign by the Socialist Equality Party to oppose the Abbeydale Grange School closure.
Public Meeting: Stop Closure of Abbeydale Grange - Defend Public Education
Monday 8 February at 6.30pm
Meeting Room, Sharrow Old Junior School, South View Road, Sheffield S7 1DB
01-02-2010 12:52Next meeting of Sheffield's communist discussion group.
31-01-2010 14:10The racist and anti-Afrikan Western media likes to publish to its readers that some how the Afrikan is innately corrupt and it is this trait in the Afrikan that is responsible for the chronic under development and impoverishment of the contnient.
This assertion is nothing more than a vile racial slur which my article will prove. What Westerners are not aware is that White governments and multi-national companies are at the root of this corruption enticing naive Afrikans to get what they want.
Read on after our event poster for details of event.
22-01-2010 11:26Secondary education is comprehensive in teaching about the Holocaust and schools around the country will mark Holocaust Memorial Day with commemorative activities. Yet there are limited avenues for educators to translate commemoration into practical action against the racism and prejudice today. A small organisation of young people in the UK tries to make a difference.
22-01-2010 10:53Farzad Kamangar,
who is accused of acting against the security of the country, remains in Evin Prison, despite what his lawyer says is a total lack of evidence against him.
15-01-2010 12:10Around the world, a near invisible network of RFID wireless tags is being put on almost every type of consumer item. Wireless tags and sensors are being produced in their billions and are capable of being connected to the Internet in an instant. Yet this network is being built with little public knowledge or consent.
15-01-2010 01:55Press release: LSE students commemorate the attacks on Gaza last winter.
13-01-2010 13:36On 5th January 2010 blog platform WordPress.com shut down a number of blogs it hosted after claims by the director of legal services at the University of Liverpool, Kevan Ryan, that posts on them defamed vice-chancellor Sir Howard.
At least three blogs were affected - The Bristol Blogger, EcoLogics and Sir Howard Newby Watch. The first two were brought back online after the posts in question (dating as far back as 2007) were hidden from public view. Sir Howard Newby Watch remains offline. The claims that the posts in question were defamatory have not been tested.
11-01-2010 14:14Nottingham City Council want to take away part of the city farm to provide car parking space.
09-01-2010 19:12The Sumac Skill Share is back, and this time it’s three times a week.
In collaboration with the Nottingham Free School and the Sumac Skill Share collective is taking Skill Shares to the Square Centre, and adding a weekly idea share into the mix.
06-01-2010 23:29As the protest against job cuts grows at the University of Gloucestershire a new Student Information page is launched.
29-12-2009 13:44Just spotted this - looks really inspiring :)
27-12-2009 16:26Becouse of the international Studentsprotest there is the first official international education strike network-meeting at th Humbold University Berlin from the 15.th unitil the 17.th of January 2010. In europe now there are more than 280 universities occupied and the students have claims to those respnsible wich are a must for a sensible education. Worldwide more then 580 universities are participating with the protestactivities
24-12-2009 07:06“Could any other declaration be made? It is de rigueur (socially obligatory -ed) that in any programme type declaration we register our respect for religions…” 1. states the C.N.T. on May 10th, 1938 Circular No. 12.