2014 Programme

All events are free and open to everyone with no need to book or register

Schedule of upcoming events:

Friday 31 Oct, 7pm Disabled Women’s right to Occupy! (more here)

Saturday 1 Nov,  2:30pm Tax Dodging (more here) 4:30pm, Trade treaties (more here)

Sunday 2 Nov, 2:00pm  Is Capitalism part of the answer? (more here)

Tuesday 4 Nov, 7pm Debt resistance (more here)

Thursday 6 Nov, 7pm Charter of the Forest (more here)

Wednesday 5 November nothing scheduled as Anonymous’s Million Mask March —

Saturday Nov 8, 12pm Extreme Energy and Sustainable Alternatives (more here)

Sunday Nov 16, 1pm Re-making Democracy (more here)

 

Previous events:

Oct 15: Austerity, ‘Banner Theatre’ Group (performance & discussion)

27 Oct: Crash, Cuts, Crisis (more here)

28 Oct: Concentrated power (more here)

30 Oct: Basic income, Democratising money & Social Security (more here)

 

 

 

12 thoughts on “2014 Programme

  1. My money’s on the Digger Community at Runnymede as the most authentic ‘re-enactment’ of the Seventeenth Century original; and sorry for the spelling mistake in my original posting! Hope nobody notices!

  2. Really interesting programme – would love to attend most! But how can we use the thinking and ideas for this to inform new concepts of citizenship for our young people. If you would like to contribute your ideas to a policy forum we would be delighted to here from any of you on Oct 26th at the Baden Powell House – http://se-ed.co.uk/edu/th_event/rethinking-citizenship-workshop-with-bronwyn-hayward/

    We are planning a 2 -3 year campaign to develop and encourage a sustainability curriculum, national curriculum objectives on sustainability and new models of citizenship that reflect coming environmental, democratic and social justice concerns

    Ann Finlayson, SEEd ( Sustainability and Environmental Education)

  3. Rather than ‘most authentic re-enactment’ – isn’t this excellent series of lectures etc about finishing what mankind has been struggling and failing to achieve since written records began
    – the generation (at last !) of a fair global village ?
    All that it’ll take is food + shelter as a birthright to all planetary citizens, generated through co-operative working.

  4. I was yesterday in Putney and the Land and Democracy debates was incredibly interesting. I hope to find the time to attend on Saturday as well. Information is the most important tool to fuel partecipation and change.

  5. I was yesterday in Putney and the Land and Democracy debate was incredibly interesting. I hope to find the time to attend on Saturday as well. Information is the most important tool to fuel partecipation and change.

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