11am – Egyptian activist Nawal el Saadawi brings greetings from Tahrir Square.
11am – Meet the Movement – An opportunity to meet those involved with Occupy London Stock Exchange across the different working involved in creating the tent city with the City – including our kitchen, outreach, international, arts and events, recycling, legal, tent university,[…]
We are disappointed to learn that that the management of St Paul’s have decided to close the Cathedral this afternoon, in their open letter regarding our peaceful occupation that aims to highlight and challenge the social and economic injustice in the UK and beyond.
Since the beginning of the occupation six days ago, OccupyLSX have[…]
Occupy LSX announcement as Occupation reaches day 7: “Meet the Movement.”
21 October 2011
Occupy London Stock Exchange expect thousands to gather for a public assembly in the heart of London’s financial centre on first week anniversary of the occupation.
Len McCluskey, General Secretary of UNITE, Britain’s largest trade union adds his voice to the[…]
John (church liaison) welcomes everyone to 6th day of OLSX. Talks about the role of process (organising general assembly). Check with info desk to be a part of the process. We encourage as many people as possible to be part of this (process).
New addition to the camp. Double fence line that comes direct out[…]
The Occupy London Stock Exchange general assembly stands in solidarity with the residents of Dale Farm as they are unjustly removed from their own homes.
We condemn the horrible and disproportionate violence they are receiving from the police and bailiffs.[…]
10am meeting minutes
1. Reflections on yesterday’s GA meeting (what worked and what didn’t)
Pros: lots of positive feedback, good organization, directness, great MC (Chico), great to have a volunteer read out the statement of intent. Very useful to ensure understanding of the process.
Cons: Group representatives seemed more focused on their personal agendas, giving[…]
At today’s assembly of over 500 people on the steps of St Paul’s, #occupylsx collectively agreed the initial statement below. Please note, like all forms of direct democracy, the statement will always be a work in progress.
1 The current system is unsustainable. It is undemocratic and unjust. We need alternatives; this is where we[…]
Canon Giles Fraser defends people’s right to protest and addresses crowd before morning service at St Paul’s cathedral
Canon calls on police to leave the occupation at St Paul’s
OccupyLSX: 250 people camp overnight, despite initial police use of force, maintaining a calm and engaging occupation.
Over 250 people camped overnight in the area[…]Read more →