Disability Action in Islington (DAII), an organisation run by and for disabled people. DAII invited the candidates for the May 22nd 2014 Local Elections to meet some campaigners concerned, with disabled people’s rights.
These videos were captured via smart phone, so the audio quality is not as good as a professional camcorder. We[…]
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Invitation from the Community Action Southwark:
In preparation for the local elections on 22nd May, CAS is hosting a local election hustings for the voluntary and community sector. The event will feature the leaders of all the main local political parties and will be held on 8th May in Southwark Cathedral (3-5pm).
Occupy Wall Street on Trial: Cecily McMillan Convicted of Assaulting Cop, Faces Up to Seven Years Crossposted from Democracy Now.
– An Occupy Wall Street activist has been found guilty of assaulting a New York City police officer in a trial that critics say should have been about the police assaulting her. Cecily McMillan was[…]Read more →
Fuel Poverty Action has issued a call out:
“Say no to fuel poverty, fracking and climate change; Say yes to affordable, democratic and sustainable energy for all!“
As shareholders and owners of British Gas discuss how to make a killing whilst pushing millions into poverty, Fuel Poverty Action will be holding a demonstration on Monday[…]
The Occupy Wonga May Day Protest
We at Occupy feel the whole premise of Wonga is exploitative to a degree that we would be more comfortable seeing criminalized rather than recommended by government services.
Extracted from Wonga.com 2nd May 2014
After reading their glaringly clear terms and conditions one is[…]
Press Release: OCCUPY WONGA
On May Day 2014, Occupy Wonga will be breaking off from the main May Day parade to visit a secret target connected to pay day loans. This action is in Solidarity with a worldwide day of action on Mayday 2014.
There will be an Occupy London Assembly as part of the[…]
The Housing Weekender, 26th and 27th April: a collaboration among groups working on a whole range of housing issues including private renting, access to welfare, squatting, co-operatives and social housing.
Occupiers’ Perspective report of the Housing Weekender from Obi_Live
Radical Housing Network:
“The housing crisis grows steadily deeper, and yet those is power fail[…]
Occupy London’s Energy, Equity and Environment group are involved in a Breaking The Frame gathering, happening over the weekend of 2-5 May near Sheffield.
On March 1st, Occupy London agreed by consensus at an Assembly on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral to support this event – joining groups such as Corporate Watch, Biofuelwatch, Campaign[…]Read more →
On April 5th 2014, at an assembly on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral, Occupy London agreed to offer a message of support and solidarity to the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT), Hands Off London Transport (HOLT), and London Underground workers, who are taking action to keep tube stations staffed and to prevent job[…]Read more →