Many of us are tempted to look back at 2011 or perhaps 2012 as our “glory days”. Why is that? Is it because our impact was just so huge back then? Is that our impact is just so small now? Is it that we had a real chance to change the world back then but[…]Read more →
By Inka Stafrace and Obi Live
October 11th 2014.
If you believe in astrology you should definitely find something happening in the stars for October 11th 2014. If not…well maybe you should ditch astrology! October 11th 2014 was the Global Frackdown Action Day and the European Day of Action for TTIP. Activists uniting globally[…]
Crossposted from Law vs Justice by Tina-Louise Rothery
For the past three years I have often been made to feel like I am a criminal; made to feel that my actions cause fear and that I am not entitled to justice because I made the decision to stop being taken through life according to[…]Read more →
Fracking protester cleared of obstructing police after court rules GMP got the law wrong
An appeal panel has ruled that Greater Manchester Police got the law wrong when they arrested an activist outside Barton Moss Community Protection Camp
He had attached himself by the neck to a door handle inside an orange single-decker parked outside[…]
South London People’s Assembly Conference. Saturday 4 October at Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton.
Great report of Saturday’s fantastic South London People’s Assembly in South West Londoner! More pictures to follow! Thanks to everyone who came down to take part in discussions on austerity and housing, disability, young people, the NHS, benefit justice and the living[…]
No Poor Doors! No to Social Segregation! Oct 8th! The pressure is building!
This was the original invite.
Every Wednesday! 6 till 7! Get down next Wednesday 8th October as it’s hotting up! Support the ongoing demonstrations against “Poor Doors” at 1 Commercial St where “the entrance for lower-income tenants is banished to an alley[…]
Crossposted from Deutsche Welle
Facing sustained criticism of free trade and investor protection treaties CETA and TTIP between the EU, Canada and the USA, the German government now wants to delay approval of CETA. But a delay isn’t a rejection.
A free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union that was agreed in principle[…]
Last week we had a banner making session at Victoria Park in Leicester with a view to walk down to the Clock Tower holding our newly created pieces of art and then raise awareness of the impending on-shore drilling initiative that puts in further jeopardy the quality of the air, soil & water[…]
By Peter Dombi; cross-posted from Our Broken System
Though there are undoubtedly many bitterly disappointed people at the outcome of last night’s referendum on Scottish Independence, I personally am nowhere near so negative, and in many ways think that how things have turned out may actually have been the best possible result for those[…]