The first Occupy London [OL] organising meeting took place on the 23rd of May at the Royal Festival Hall. The meeting was attended by Occupy Radio, the Economics Working Group, the International Working Group, Occupy Welfare, Occupy News Network and several individuals operating outside of working groups. The meeting was called in an attempt to[…]Read more →
Europe is under a violent attack by the financial capital, represented by the troika (IMF, ECB, EC) and by the successive governments that apply concerted policies with these entities, despising and destroying the people. We know that this offensive is set on breaking the peoples, rendering them slaves of debt and austerity. This offensive[…]Read more →
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Open House is a nine-day space 11th – 19th May that will bring together people facing the housing crisis across London to organise and take action around our collective housing needs. Whether you’re a council tenant facing the bedroom tax or a squatter threatened with eviction, a private renter[…]
In June the UK hosts the G8 summit – a meeting of the 1% to ensure more business as usual.
On June 14th, there will be a mass action in Canary Wharf, the icon of profits for the few and disaster for the many.
We will transform a space, bringing beauty to the soulless heart[…]
On April 25th Occupy Radio LDN arrived in Boston Massachusetts. Activists spent a week showing a member of the Occupy Radio LDN team around the city. The bomb attack at the Boston Marathon, the subsequence city wide lock down and militarised man hunt had left the city in a state of shock and confusion. This[…]Read more →
This an attempt to take a murky swamp of thoughts and feelings regarding Occupy London and through the use of questions, tease out a simple helpful analysis of the problems and to offer some concrete proposals to deal with them. The questions I asked myself where things like “Whats missing?”, “What needs to be[…]
“Once a movement no longer clings tenaciously to the ideology of “structurelessness” it will be free to develop those forms of organization best suited to its healthy functioning.”
The Tyranny of Structurelessness
This short collection of thoughts aims to provide a backdrop to further discussions that will lead to much better and more developed ideas[…]Read more →
EDF is one of the Big 6 energy providers who are trashing the planet and ripping us off.
We became inspired to hold this event following the corporate bullying by EDF of the peaceful No Dash For Gas activists, who shut down a gas fired plant belonging to EDF last year. EDF tried to sue[…]
Are you interested in developing a “Solidarity Network”?
What might this network look like?
Come join our April 25 Assembly.
Bit of Background:
Supporters of IOPS, Anti-Capitalist Initiative, Occupy London and others held their third cross-movement assembly this year entitled “Becoming Catalysts for a Radical Social Movement in 2013,” on 19 March at[…]