UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
24-06-2005 21:59A local branch of the Campaign for an Elected Head of State - Republic www.republic.org.uk has been established following a successful public meeting in the Town Hall - the first in a series as part of a national roadshow.
24-06-2005 19:44The Carnival for Full Enjoyment will burst onto the streets of Edinburgh at high noon on 4th July, as the demos against the G8 get into full swing. Here the carnivalistas reveal what is behind the Fiesta cries of "No wage slavery, No benefits slavery, No army slavery, No Debt slavery....
24-06-2005 15:49Repression in Copenhagen after squatters' demonstration...
& Western corporate greed in West Papua (New Guinea).
24-06-2005 08:36english translation of the second review by autistici/inventati
24-06-2005 08:06This is not a letter of farewell. At times it is going to seem as if it is, that it is a farewell, but it is not. It is a letter of explanation. Well, that is what we shall attempt.
23-06-2005 18:27Simultaneous Policy (SP) Adopters are supporting protests around the G8 meetings. But SP analysis suggests the G8 are incapable of delivering a fairer, sustainable version of globalisation. If we want global justice, we have to design and implement it ourselves.
23-06-2005 10:49It's not possible to make poverty history. And even if it was a small number of people would get VERY rich doing so therfore creating more poverty.
23-06-2005 10:26Ritzy Cinema, London, on 26 June 2005.
The Haiti Support Group, in conjunction with the French Institute, is pleased to announce a special screening of the documentary film:
"When I am Misery, I Sing"
(dir: Juliana Ruhfus, 2005, 59 minutes)
and the UK premiere of the short film
"The Gospel of the Creole Pig"
(dir: Michaelange Quay, 2004, 15 minutes)
Starts: 7pm on Sunday 26 June 2005 @ The Ritzy cinema, Brixton, London SW2. Tickets: 020 7733 2229
22-06-2005 22:02A neighbour from Hell?
Shell’s fenceline communities tell their stories
Public Meeting Invite 23rd June 7:30pm
Meet communities who live on Shell’s doorstep and find out first hand what it is like to have Shell as a neighbour. Talks by communities who are in the UK to attend Shell’s AGM on the 28th at ExCel followed by discussion on what we should be doing to hold Shell accountable for its impacts on people’s health and the environment.
22-06-2005 20:07This short article is to notify the public of an open debate on the issue of the closure of Plater College, Oxford between representative of the Plater College Foundation and the college's current administration.
22-06-2005 11:21Get ready to support anti-G8 prisoners in Scotland
22-06-2005 09:55Tomorrow, Tuesday June 21st, there are two speakers for Cambridge Forum - Peter Green, who has recently been to Palestine as part of a fact-finding mission, and Charlie Pottins from the Jewish Socialist Group.
22-06-2005 08:11The demo with around 650 participants marched through central streets end ended up in front of the Ministry of Macedonia-Thrace where groups of demonstrators stayed until late, demanding that political asylum be given to Bahoz.
Bahoz is on hunger strike since 17/5 demanding for second time that he be given political asylum.
21-06-2005 20:29No Rest for the Wicked - Next Stop Gleneagles
21-06-2005 14:33Burundian journalists are mobilising to secure the release of Etienne Ndikuyiro, who has been detained without charge after writing an article claiming that Burundi's President Ndayizeye was depressed after losing last week's communal elections.
This is a brief report with some images. You may use pictures freely, please accredit: Adam Yosef where possible. Thanks.
21-06-2005 10:20Zapatista Army of National Liberation declares RED ALERT