UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
16-02-2005 21:32This is a must read and share for those who are willing to use the power of their intention in service to humanity.
16-02-2005 18:44leeds social centre collective are finally geting the keys to the building @ 23-25 wharf street, near the corn exchnage
Brasil Indymedia Collective 16 Feb 2005 14:06 GMT
16-02-2005 16:18Dear Friends,
We are getting in touch again to let you know that our Bulletin Nº 18 is available at the usual address. Alternatively, you can access it directly by clicking on this link:
The bulletin can be found in pdf compressed format in order to make downloading swifter, or you can also find it in word format:
16-02-2005 14:02etc group press release.
good news in my opinion.
i hope that all patents on life lapse or become held publicly or by private owners who undertake not to exert the rights. say no to slavery in all its forms
16-02-2005 08:28Dodgy dealings from Hackney and Southark Council, strange policies at the hackney Empire, and the east end police need our help. The poor love's!
Its all in the February issue of London Calling, the newsletter of London Class War.
16-02-2005 07:53on Tuesday 15th Feb 05 there was an anti-war anti-g8 critical mass in nottingham.
16-02-2005 00:19here is an interesting and well written article about kyoto and other related topics.. p.s. can i just object to personal carbon trading (in principle) before its back in the news... it doesn't seem to be any more workable than carbon trading was int d first place..although tis a good idea- capping the amount of cabon we may each use but...
15-02-2005 20:48I attended the ‘Stop the War’ protest in Parliament Square London on the 15 February 2005 and was shocked by the police’s hostile management of this event. I also got the chance to talk to a leader of left-wing politics for the last half-century Tony Benn.
15-02-2005 16:39Campaign group OutRage! lists its response to Ken's Dossier on fundamentalist muslim cleric al-Qaradawi
15-02-2005 15:06SATURDAY 19 FEBRUARY: EXPLORING THE SAN FRANCISCO MODEL
NVDA workshop with the Seeds for Change training co-op in the run-up to George Bush's European tour. 11am – 5pm, London School of Economics, Clement House (NOT the Student Union as previously advertised), Room D202.
15-02-2005 13:43Rally called by the Trade's Union as part of a national day of action on Pensions.
15-02-2005 13:21campaign Group refuses to accept Sun apology, but splits begin to show.
15-02-2005 12:57The second day of conscious fashion week looked at the environmental impact of the clothing industry, be it from the use of chemicals in production, growing, and the waste inherent in the fashion industry.
Those who have attended other events at the rampART will know that the hall can change quite a bit but the make over for monday was quite a shock with the hall almost devided in half with a packing case cat walk, an industrial sewing machine as an info-table covered in leaflets from No Sweat and the like and a models changing room.
15-02-2005 12:30The first day of conscious fashion week was themed on the exploitation of labour with slave camps, sweat shops, child
labour, reclaiming labour and the economy of fashion.
Saddly it didn't go off quite to plan with no-shows from a patchwork head and the Friends Of Falun Gong who were going to be talking about labour camps in China. A couple of the films never materialised either but the show must go on, and it did...
15-02-2005 11:16An excellent, well-researched overview of current intellectual property laws as they relate to agriculture in Scotland and India. Farmers in both countries are coming under attack from huge agricultural multinationals that are trying to make it illegal to follow the normal farming practice of saving seed for next year's crop.