Minutes of OL General Assemblies
An Occupy London GA took place on Parliament Square Saturday 14th February at 7.30pm.
About 70-80 people were in attendance on a chilly, damp evening.
Liz B. facilitated and Ben was looking after the stack.
The Occupy Democracy Safer Space Policy was read out and hand signals were explained and demonstrated.
There was one proposal[…]
Context: Only about ten people attending. There were several events in London: Palestinian Solidarity outside the Israeli Embassy, NHS Birthday Party in Regent’s Park, E15 Single Mothers demo in Stratford.
1. Finance debate
£1,882 in Co-Op bank account.
Was initially ring fenced as lawyers advice for legal defence
1. The merits of the 3 GA model v. the classic GA model (or another model?).
2. TTIP: A presentation of the main issues, followed by breakout groups to discuss how Occupy London can best contribute to making the STOP TTIP day of action on 12th July a big success. To discuss 10 core[…]
Minutes from Occupy London General Assembly on 5th April 2014 on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
Facilitator: Liz + Em. Minutes: Simon.
Working Group Feedback:
Website Group: Questions about whether to move from a WordPress site to a tailor made site. There is no WordPress or similar type site that will provide the[…]
ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL STEPS, OCCUPY LONDON GA
60-80 people participated in this assembly on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral. Minutes to follow, livestream below.
Courtesy of the Occupylsx Bambuser channel you can view the GA even if you weren’t able to be there. The GA’s are livestreamed as often as Occupy can manage to[…]
Steps of St Paul’s 3pm-5pm. Sunny, mild with no wind.
Numbers present ranged between 65 and 100 at different times throughout the GA.
This assembly marks 2 years since the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp was evicted.
Facilitation – Jamie M and Em; note taker – Lilias; livestreamer – Obi; timekeeper – Ben C; minute[…]
A General Assembly was called (Common House, 7pm for 7.30) at relatively short notice (6 days) to discuss one specific proposal which had been the subject of much discussion at Strategy meetings and online.
This proposal had previously been brought to and blocked at a Strategy/’Future of Occupy’ meeting.
The proposal did not reach[…]
General Assembly from August 1st 2013.
August 24th 2013. Mass Sleep out on the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral. 50 other events in various cities around the country.
Solidarity for Balcombe Community Protection Camp.
Solidarity for DPAC week of action.
£200.00 to Reclaim the Power to re-imburse people who have already bought[…]
The Occupy movement came into being in the wake of the Arab spring and the anti-austerity movements in Spain and Greece.
State supported neo-liberal capitalism is devastating the world in different places at different times.
Right now people in Turkey are rising against their government by creating democratic spaces in the cities and towns. While[…]