Ten Day Occupation of Parliament Square During the Election Will Call For Real Democracy Now!
Occupy Democracy  will step up its campaign for radical reform of our democracy on 1st May when it will establish a ten day festival of democracy on Parliament Square . A packed programme will feature speakers, workshops,[…]
Posts Tagged ‘DPAC’
Why isn’t the harm visited upon people living with disability being debated this election?
Could it possibly be the banality of evil? That what has taken place is so disgusting people don’t want to face it? Is it because people would rather protect a illusionary group identity? “at least we arn’t the nazis”,[…]
Being Appalled at Esther Money graffiti by Leanne Amanda Rowe.
my letter to Wirral Globe and Liverpool Echo (when I can find a bastard email address to send it to.)
Regarding the recent incident of graffiti reading “McVey murderer” being daubed on the wall at Hoylake town hall. It was reassuring to read that councillors[…]
Do you know what I love about this period in time right now? How we’ve sort of created our own heroes. To me, many of the people opposing the current economic/social/political order are legitimate heroes. And they didn’t become heroic by wailing in front of Simon Cowell, they became heroic by standing up for what’s[…]Read more →
South London People’s Assembly Conference. Saturday 4 October at Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton.
Great report of Saturday’s fantastic South London People’s Assembly in South West Londoner! More pictures to follow! Thanks to everyone who came down to take part in discussions on austerity and housing, disability, young people, the NHS, benefit justice and the living[…]
The concept of the War Machine film is lots of short clips of people’s testimonies. Everyone will get 5 minutes each and then we will open it up to the floor.
The war machine is everything. Capitalism, consumerism, privatisation of public services, low pay no pay zero hour contracts. Recapitalization of banks through public funds[…]Read more →
An insight to the hard work and organisation involved in arranging a protest with DPAC. Originally posted by http://theaccidentalacnarchist.wordpress.com/
A few months ago I was invited by DPAC ( Disabled People Against the Cuts) to get involved with a protest about the Independent Living fund which is due to be cut. With out this[…]
I would like to say how proud of my brothers and sisters who carried out the action at Westminster Abbey yesterday. I was proud to lead a team of 10 activists across the road and lock on to that gate, it was one of the proudest and nerve wracking moments of my life. But when[…]Read more →
DPAC are National heroes.
The protest on the 28th June wasn’t just to save the Independent Living Fund, which was it’s prime purpose, it was also a fight for Human Rights. It was a fight for freedom in the face of major adversity.
The massive Police presence bought in to deal with probably a hundred[…]