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The next G8 summit will be on the 17th & 18th of June in the UK, in Northern Ireland. Given the remoteness of the location, the stopG8 network has called for a week of mobilisation in London from the 10th to the 14th of June.
Occupy Radio is currently podcasting from The World Social Forum in Tunis, we will be uploading as we go:
Tunisia Day 1 – World Social Forum by Occupy Radio Ldn on Mixcloud
This podcast was recorded in Tunis the day before the 2013 World Social Forum. There was a long march through the streets as[…]
The Campaign For Trade Union Freedom was established in 2013 following a merger of the Liaison Committee For The Defence Of Trade Unions and the United Campaign To Repeal The Anti Trade Union Laws. The CTUF is a campaigning organisation fighting to defend and enhance trade unionism, oppose all anti-union laws as well as[…]
We can’t do everything in one budget, but we can make a start. This is a start, by scrapping the austerity agenda, and starting a programme to reinvest in people and begin to reduce the criminal inequality that successive administrations have enabled. Some of these suggestions have been made by unions, campaigners, some by us.[…]Read more →
All over the world people are realising and rebelling against the role debt plays in enslaving the 99%.
This open peoples assembly has been organised Jubilee Debt Campaign, Occupy London and activists of the 15M movement. There will be open discussions about debt’s role in the enslavement of individuals, the struggles against debt and[…]
The Arnos Grove Resource Centre (ARC)
Friern Barnet Library activists move on to new project in Enfield Borough in an attempt to fight austerity, homelessness and unjust squatting laws
Community activists – previously caretakers of Friern Barnet Library and now residing at the Arnos Family Resource Centre (ARC), 321A Bowes Road, N11 1BA – won[…]
UPDATE 9 March 7pm
Those occupying The Women’s Library have now been evicted; they were carried out one by one as supporters outside chanted in solidarity. The occupation – an International Women’s Day action – highlighted the injustice of cuts to public services and of inequality and oppression of women and minorities who all too[…]Read more →