Monthly Archives: November 2010

GLASGOW Protests – Recuperating Education

After the protests on the 24th of November in Glasgow, what are we to think and do? All=Glasgow meeting of students against cuts, Monday 29th November 2010, CCA5, Centre for Contemporary Art, 17:00-20:30. FACEBOOK RUBBISH link That 24th, it was … Continue reading

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15 yr old speaks up

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Love is Action

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Direct ‘serious’ action is therefore what exactly?

“Direct action is activity undertaken by individuals, groups, or governments to achieve political, economic, or social goals outside of normal social/political channels. Direct action can include nonviolent and violent activities which target persons, groups, or property deemed offensive to the … Continue reading

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Free University of Glasgow

http://commonsensejournal.org.uk/files/2010/08/CommonSense02.pdf

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After the Evacuation

propose! contribute! come along! actively listen or passively gaze! Here is the Google Doc with the original proposal FRIDAY 19th An invitation to:  OPENING THE GLASGOW OPEN SCHOOL OPEN EVENT An empty flat, has been filling | Ground Floor 63 West … Continue reading

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on Violence/Pacifism: A Class on the Philosophy and Politics

“We stand against the cuts, in solidarity with all the poor, elderly, disabled and working people affected. We are against all cuts and the marketisation of education. We are occupying the roof of Tory HQ to show we are against … Continue reading

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INSTAL: Catherine Christine Hennix

  http://www.ubu.com/sound/hennix.html

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Proposal: attend: Edin. Class Struggle Day School

The Edinburgh Class Struggle Day-school aims to be an open coming together of workers, students and the unemployed from different backgrounds and class struggle political tendencies in Edinburgh. It is a meeting place open to all who wish to discuss … Continue reading

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10.11.10

Very excited to see what NUS has to say. Came across the Melbourne Model which like the Bologna Process seems to be a means to reducing arts and humanities to support more industrial partnerships. Lower the volume when you watch … Continue reading

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