Occupy London solidarity protest with Syria: St Paul’s – The Road to Damascus
Today visitors and occupiers at Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) will get to take part in a cross-cultural joint solidarity protest with the Syrian people. During the course of this event there will be the first ever live broadcast in the UK of a Syrian protest from an undisclosed location in Syria.
Aimed at promoting worldwide solidarity and bringing people from different struggles together, the live broadcast from Syria will be projected on to a large screen at St Paul’s Churchyard. The live link up will allow Londoners to communicate directly with Syrian activists via Skype connection.
The news follows Occupy London yesterday releasing a statement, as G20 leaders meet in Cannes this week, to occupations across the world to spark off the process of creating a unified global statement that reflects the grievances and goals of the movement. This statement calls for a global system which is democratic, just and sustainable, putting people before profit. 
- Where? OccupyLSX at St Paul’s Churchyard by the London Stock Exchange and St Paul’s Cathedral
- When? 5pm Thursday 3rd November
 Occupy London says “Let the G7billion decide our future, not the G20″