UK Free Spaces Newswire Archive
Over forty students started the occupation in solidarity with Palestine last Thursday afternoon demanding that the LSE condemns Israeli aggression, divests from BAE, a firm that arms Israel, and provides material support for Palestinians. The students are demanding that the LSE waivers application fees and provides more scholarships for Palestinian students, sends surplus computers and books to Palestine and facilitates a cross-campus collection for Medical Aid for Palestine.
18-01-2009 22:16As the council and police prepare for the Monday 19th January 2009 ceremonial switching on of the CCTV cameras on the Cowley Road, East Oxford, campaign group No CCTV asks where is the proven need for the cameras?
Thursday 29th January at Kebele Social Centre
14 Robertson Road, Easton
Bristol’s anarchist bookfair collective kicks off 2009 with a new intro to anarchism flyer, a website transformed into a blog, a discussion meeting on class, and the first organising meeting for a bookfair event in 2009. There will be a fundraising gig in March.
15-01-2009 22:42Over forty pro Palestine students have occupied a lecture theatre at the London School of Economics to demand that the university releases a statement condemning the attack on Gaza and divests from arms companies that supply the Israeli military.
15-01-2009 17:0720th - 22nd February 2009
A weekend of workshops, discussions and skillsharing to promote free, community organised learning
Culminating in a Play Parade -Thursday 19th feb, meet 12pm, Independant Street Park parading to Radford Primary School.
These events are aimed at increasing community involvement in advocating children’s play in Nottingham through promoting the need for greater access to appropriate, freely chosen and self directed play opportunities.
14-01-2009 23:32This article was written by volunteers at the Leeds-Bradford Independent Media Centre following interviews with volunteers from The Common Place, Leeds' radical, autonomous social centre.
09-01-2009 13:56325 is an insurgent anti-prison zine of social war & anarchy, published underground for the last 5 years. It is an irregular platform for hidden news of the ongoing resistance against capitalism and the state, and the situations of the prisoners, who are imprisoned for their ideals.
07-01-2009 15:17A post to forward the message, and to repeat it as many times as necessary: Source: http://katalipsiasoee.blogspot.com/2008/12/eng_20.html
06-01-2009 21:26Nottingham Council this week unveiled designs for a replacement facility for the Victoria Baths leisure centre, which they decided to close last year. The move to pledge £8m of taxpayers' money for another construction project, in lieu of a £1m refurbishment, defied popular opinion. This week campaigners who previously praised the Council described their disappointment at the conduct of the Council in the affair.
06-01-2009 15:37Despite rumours to the contrary, rampART Social Centre and Creative Space is very much alive, well and ready to connect.
05-01-2009 21:31Attempted Illegal Eviction of Squat in Manchester, Help Needed!
05-01-2009 17:56Very interesting analysis of anarchist struggle, how to nurture a movement, and how to avoid it becoming irrelevant.... mentions of anarchist subcultures, consensus, and direct involvement with other political forces to spread use and acceptance of anarchist methods.
05-01-2009 05:45Hope Happening - happened for the middle east (big claim eh?)
02-01-2009 11:42CALL FOR A EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF SOCIAL CENTERS
BARCELONA/, 2009, January 8-10.
Network is Coming.
30-12-2008 12:48Still Alive and Kicking!
New Year's Eve @ Rampart Social Centre