17 DECEMBER: Meet at 9:30am
In September residents of Barnet in North London took action against the local council and occupied their local library which had been closed down as a consequence of the government’s austerity measures despite overwhelming local opposition.
The council is now trying to evict the occupiers and hand over the premises[…]Read more →
The Occupy London General Assembly shows solidarity to Earthian with the following letter.
Read more about his mission here.
The full story of this peace mission can be found on Earthian’s own blog, where you can leave comments and messages of support for him and follow his journey as it unfolds.[…]Read more →
Pictures at https://twitter.com/OccupyLondon
Barnet Starbucks turned into library by Barnet residents, UK Uncut & Occupy London supporters
Barnet residents, anti-cuts campaigners and Occupy London supporters have just transformed a Starbucks in Barnet (811 High Road N12) into a library to highlight the impact of cuts upon women’s services, as part of UK Uncut’s national day[…]
Residents to turn Starbucks Barnet into a refuge from the cuts – a library and crèche – as part of UK Uncut’s national day of action against corporate tax avoidance this Saturday
Follows Occupy London supporters, Barnet residents and Barnet Alliance for Public Services (BAPS) taking over Barnet Council Cabinet last night in protest at[…]Read more →
Below are a variety of the responses coming in from Occupy London supporters to the Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Budget Statement.
Occupy London’s Economics Working Group: Minor restructuring of deckchairs on the Titanic – in favour of 1st class passengers
As usual the predicted onset of ‘recovery’ is kicked further down the road, bolstered by[…]
Richard D. Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he taught economics from 1973 to 2008.
He is currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University, New York City. He also teaches classes regularly at the Brecht Forum in Manhattan.
In this Skype[…]
The World Social Forum 2013 will take place in Tunis, Tunisia from the 26th to the 30th March (http://www.fsm2013.org/en/node/170).
This Forum will provide a strategic location for discussion of the issues of most concern to us. Tunisia has become a symbolic center for the global movement, as the ArabSpring was born there. March would[…]
Hello! Nine people are being prosecuted after the police crackdown on London Critical Mass in July. You could be a crucial witness for their defence or help us find one! Their trial is in February, but we need to gather evidence by December 10th. That’s really soon!
Ways you can help:
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This is a Call for a Mumble Meeting / Open Space on 30 November 2012 at 19.00 pm GMT
World Social Forum 2013 will be taking place in Monastir, Tunis in March. This Forum might be a strategic space for us. Tunis has become a symbolic place for the global movement, as the Arab […]