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Where next after Seattle

Issue No. 1679

People & Protest

Where next after Seattle

Public forums

  • NOTTINGHAM: Thursday 20 January, 7.30pm, New Mechanics Institute, Birkbeck House, Trinity Square. Speakers: Nigel Lee (Friends of the Earth), Marylyn Rayner (World Development Movement), Lindsey German (editor Socialist Review).
  • MANCHESTER: Wednesday 2 February, 7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, Mount Street. Speakers: Ed Cox (Jubilee 2000), Lucy Brill (World Development Movement), Charlie Kimber (Socialist Worker).
  • GLASGOW: Thursday 27 January, 7.30pm, Glasgow City Halls, Albion Street. Speakers: Brian Quail (joint secretary Scottish CND), Charlie Kimber (Socialist Worker), plus Jubilee 2000, People and Planet.
  • HACKNEY: Thursday 27 January, 7.30pm, Chat's Palace, Chatsworth Road. Speakers: Tony Cliff (SWP), plus Jubilee 2000.
  • SOUTH LONDON: Wednesday 26 January, 7.30pm, Walworth Methodist Centre, Camberwell Road, SE17. Speakers: Barry Coates (director World Development Movement), Charlie Kimber (Socialist Worker), plus Jubilee 2000, Green Party
  • WALTHAM FOREST: Thursday 27 January, 8pm, Trinity Church Hall, St Mary's Road, E10. Speakers: Jonathon Fryer (World Development Movement), Chris Harman (editor Socialist Worker).
  • BRIGHTON: Thursday 3 February, 8pm, Middle Street School, Middle Street. Speakers: Lindsey German (editor Socialist Review), representatives invited from Jubilee 2000, World Development Movement.
  • HAMMERSMITH: Wednesday 2 February, 8pm, Hammersmith Irish Centre, Black's Road. Speakers: Barry Coates (director World Development Movement), Julie Waterson (SWP), plus Jubilee 2000.
  • LIVERPOOL: Wednesday 9 February, 8pm, Conference Room, Flying Picket, Hardman Street. Speakers: Peter Mullhull (Greenpeace), David McKnight (Seattle eyewitness).
  • PUBLIC MEETING: Fair Trade not Free Trade. Saturday 15 January, 2pm, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Central London. Speakers include: Barry Coates (World Development Movement).

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Thu 13 Jan 2000, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1679
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