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Participative practices for Local Assemblies

Venue : Friends House Euston – in the courtyard.
Local Assemblies are building momentum in our communities . This is a result of the convergence of several strands of political activism: Occupy activists identifying local people’s assemblies as a way to build an alternative political movement from the ground up; the work of local activists[...]

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England your England : Pete The Temp

Pete explores ideas of space, time and social freedom, focusing on his experiences of squatting in empty commercial properties throughout the UK. As a self employed poet and performing artist living on a low wage, Pete represents a growing group of our society who are having to find DIY solutions to live and thrive in[...]

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The Spirit of 45, Presented by Tower Hamlets Keep Our NHS Public.

Photo credit: Melanie S.

St Peter’s Church Hall, Warner Place, Bethnal Green E2 7AE
Ken Loach made The Spirit of ’45 to show how after WW2, at a time of austerity far worse than we face today, the people of Britain created a new, fairer society. A key part of this was the NHS. Today,[...]

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Standing Demo Parliament Square. Evening to Monday morning

2301 hours Sunday

As me and Commonly Known As Caeke stand here at parliament square I feel ducking great knowing that my brothers and sister who are also in this streets around the world are doing as we are at the same time we are and that my friends means. A lot to me.
Even[...]

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Standing Man Demo Parliament Square.

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Lies, Damn IDS and statistics

Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) have produced a report detailing the ongoing misuse of statistics and harmful propaganda, which have been fed to the press by Iain Duncan Smith, of the £53 a week fame, and the DWP.
At the end of this month, the Department for Work and Pensions will be releasing their Annual[...]

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Lewisham The People’s Commission.

Lewisham People’s Commission of Inquiry
The Save Lewisham Hospital campaign is holding a Commission of Inquiry, chaired by Michael Mansfield QC, into government plans to downgrade Lewisham Hospital[...]

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Support don’t Punish. Sensible Drug Policy.

Old Palace Yard, Abingdon Street, (Between Westminster Abbey and Houses of Parliament), London.
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The SUPPORT. DON’T PUNISH. campaign – coordinated by IDPC, INPUD, HRI and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance – is planning a Global Day of Action on Wednesday 26th June in 28 cities around the world. As part of this unique campaign, IDPC[...]

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#PeoplesAssembly Livestreams from London Occupiers. Open Mic.

PEOPLE’S ASSEMBLY against austerity.
Opening plenary:
http://occupylondon.org.uk/archives/30714

First Discussions of the day.
http://occupylondon.org.uk/archives/30721

Democracy and Decision Making.
http://occupylondon.org.uk/archives/30706

Welfare not Warfare
http://occupylondon.org.uk/archives/30725

Local Assemblies, Defending Public Education/Welfare State & The Sharp End.
http://occupylondon.org.uk/archives/30729

OPEN MIC:
Ewa of @NoDashforGas Reclaim the Power. Total Policing

Ruth London, OL and Fuel Poverty Action.
Question to Caroline Lucas.

Timothy[...]

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