Glasgow

Events for the next week and a half

Hey folks, here is a list of some events coming up over the next week and a half. It’s a real mixed bag, so without further ado.

Glasgow Solidarity Network: the Big Meet-up

Only a few days to go until our “Big Meet-Up” on Monday, 10th of Feburary, 7pm, at the Centre for Contemporary Arts’ Electron Club.

The Glasgow Solidarity Network invites everybody to come along to our first big open meeting of the new year. Tea and biscuits provided.

So you care about Sochi? Here's some other shit to care about

Reblogged from Another angry woman: I've been seeing a lot of people concerned about the Sochi Olympics, what with Russia's frankly disgusting attitude towards LGBT rights.

The Big Meet-up - Glasgow Solidarity Network

10/02/2014 19:00
10/02/2014 21:00

 

Education as the Practice of Freedom

Wed 19th February 18:45 – 21:00 Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carringdon Street, Glasgow, G4 9AJ. Facebook | Map “There is no such thing as a neutral educational process.

Repost: Furious telecoms workers barricade own firm in a dispute over unpaid wages

From the Daily Record: “Telecoms employees parked a lorry with a digger arm over the entrance to Counsell Utilities Ltd.

Endless Contempt: our silence is more powerful than their prisons

Reblogged from Cautiously pessimistic: Anarchist prisoner Jerry Koch has been released after spending eight months inside for his refusal to give information to an FBI investigation targeting radicals in New York.

Winning with Glasgow Solidarity Network: direct action against letting agency gets 'admin fees' back

Reblogged from Glasgow Solidarity Network: In January, Glasgow Solidarity Network celebrated the successful conclusion of its first campaign in 2014.

Winning with Glasgow Solidarity Network: direct action against letting agency gets ‘admin fees’ back

Twitter parody accounts critical of government closed down on same day gagging law passes

Reblogged from Pride's Purge: (not satire - it's the UK today!) Yesterday the government's gagging law was passed by the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats - marking yet another nail in the coffin for freedom of speech in Britain.