Not Red nor Yellow! We want free & fair elections in Thailand
So the shootings and killings of innocent people has abaited in Thai government sanctioned bloodbath. According to very conservative government figures, at least 60 people have been killed since 10th April when the “Red Shirts” started their campaign for immediate elections.
Annual Film Festival Organized by Young Refugees Returns to the BFI Southbank from the 18 to 20 June
Great project, Great festival – Ken LoachRead more →
Thanks to the debate I had with Margaret Hodge MP for Barking, your friendly neighbourhood blogger and community activist/organiser has been asked to speak the infamous Qatar based news channel: Al Jazeera at 2.30am (British Summer Time/1:30 GMT) tonight/Friday morning.
They have asked me to discuss the local and general election results in Barking & Dagenham [...]Read more →
Organised by Feminist Fightback. Sunday 2nd May, 2pm-6pm, Marchmont Community Centre, 62 Marchmont St, London WC1N 1AB
In 1970 hundreds of women gathered for a free conference at Ruskin College that would launch the Second Wave of feminism. As men provided the childcare, women discussed and debated ideas and experiences, and identified what the aims of the [...]
As it is the UK General Election Manifesto launch week, The Multicultural Politic (TMP) also is launching its General Elections coverage. TMP will be scrutinising the party pledges, policies and the personalities, up and down the country whilst also covering international politics from a multicultural perspective.Read more →
From The Third Estate
Yesterday I went down again to the Heathrow picket lines, to see how the strike is developing, and also to check out the new community garden squatted by Sipson residents and activists.
Last time I didn’t write about my journey down there. (Quick tangent: a crack-of-dawn piccadilly line farce [...]
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