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Issue No. 1951

Friday 13 May
Launch of Socialist Film Club with a showing of classic Vietnam documentary Hearts and Minds, introduced by Jonathan Neale, 7pm, University College London, Gower Street WC1 (Euston Square tube). Price £5/£3. Phone 020 7637 1848 for tickets.

Saturday 14 May
Can education survive the market place? Conference hosted by Leicester AUT,
10.30am-4.30pm, Vaughan College, St Nicholas Circle, Leicester.
For details phone Nick James 0116 252 2037 or e-mail

Monday 16 May
World Debt Day. for more information.

Poetry and Poverty night, with speakers, videos and a new Make Poverty History poem, 6pm to 8.30pm, Carrs Lane Centre, Carrs Lane, Birmingham. More details from Ruth Stockdale 0121 609 4102

Saturday 21 May
Free Palestine national demonstration, 1pm, central London. Called by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. Go to

Monday 23-27 May
Lies, Spies and Whistleblowers — Scottish speaking tour with ex-MI5 agents David Shayler and Annie Machon, organised by the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign. Details from Saf 07870 308 641

Friday 27 May
Poet Benjamin Zephaniah hosts Moving Forward Together, a film and music benefit night to support the Mikey Powell Campaign for Justice. Doors open 6.30pm, film starts 7.30pm. The Drum, 144 Potters Lane, Aston, Birmingham B6. More details from 07770 432 439.

Saturday 28 May
Canterbury Make Poverty History festival, 12 noon to 8pm, Dane John Gardens, Canterbury. For more information call Jon 07789 961 744.

Monday 20-26 June
Refugee Week.

Saturday 2-6 July
Protest at G8 summit, Edinburgh and Gleneagles, Scotland.For more details of demonstrations and other events during the week go to

Thursday 7-11 July
Marxism 2005 conference, central London. Five days of discussion and debate hosted by the Socialist Workers Party. For more information go to

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Sat 14 May 2005, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1951
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