By Adam Ford / @neon_black81
Â Twenty five thousand Kenyan nurses and associated health workers are continuing to resist, despite being sacked by the government for rejecting a union-brokered ‘offer’.
By Aaron Peters / @aaronjohnpeters
OneÂ writing collectiveÂ recently referred to the ongoing global financial crisis, with notable acuity, as akin to a â€˜dull explosionâ€™. Into this vacuum, whose intellectual environment can only be characterized as one of inert propulsion, the interpretative tools of policy makers and the majority of academic economists alike simply no longer make sense. […]
The misery of poverty and pain of austerity measures being undertaken in Greece though unprecedented in Europe, has happened in Africa, Asia and Latin America for centuries and in many countries on those continents continues to suffer its effects.
However the resistance to the troika has brought about not only fierce resistance but innovative forms of […]
Friday 10th February at 5pm
Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, EC2
Health workers in Kilkis, Greece, have occupied their local hospital and have issued a statement saying it is now fully under workers control.Read more →
by Adam Ford / @neon_black81
The United States government is aggressively ratcheting-up its drive for global domination, by menacing Syria, Iran and ultimately China. Though on the one hand American politicians speak of hopes for diplomacy, they are preparing for war with all three nations, in a reckless thrust which threatens the future of humanity. But […]Read more →
This Saturday, come join the London Wobblies in Solidarity with the IWWÂ PizzaÂ HutÂ Workers to demand better conditions forÂ PizzaÂ HutÂ staff! Come many, come noisy!!Read more →
Occupy Oil Final planning meeting Saturday the 4th of February 2012 Methodist Hall 1pmÂ http://www.methodist-central-hall.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=160&Itemid=85
What is Occupy Oil?
At approximately 8.45 am six of us occupied two meeting rooms at British Gas HQ. Since then police have attempted to break in and force us out.
British Gas have now asked us to engage in â€œnegotiationsâ€ over our demands. Here is our response.
How can ordinary people have a dialogue with energy companies which wield so […]
Date: Monday 23 January 2012
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi
Chair: Professor Judith Rees
More details here
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