|Birmingham||Climate change – nuclear power is not the answer |
With Martin Empson.
|Thu 22 Jun, 6.30pm||Cafe One, Five Ways Shopping Centre, Broad St|
|Coventry||A Palestine journey|
With Cllr Michael Lavalette.
|Thu 22 Jun, 7.30pm||Muslim Resource Centre, Red Lane|
|Greenwich & Lewisham||The World Social Forum in Venezuela||Mon 5 Jun, 7.30pm||West Greenwich House, Greenwich High Rd, |
|London||The road to Guantanamo|
With Moazzam Begg, Yvonne Ridley, John Rees
|Tue 6 Jun, 6.30pm||Harold Road Centre, Newham, E13|
|Manchester||After the elections – where next?|
With John Rees, Nahella Ashraf.
|Thu 22 Jun, 7.30pm||Friends Meeting House, |
6 Mount St
(behind the round library)
|National||Stop the War conference|
With Craig Murray, Tony Benn, George Galloway MP, Caroline Lucas MEP, Rose Gentle, Elaheh Rostami Povey (Action Iran), Yvonne Ridley (Islam Channel), Kate Hudson (Chair CND), Jeremy Corbyn MP, Sabah Jawad (Iraqi Democrats), Explo Nani Kofi (African Liberation Support Group), Salma Yaqoob (Respect).
For info go to www.stopwar.org.uk or phone 020 7278 6694
|Sat 10 June,||Friends House, Euston Rd, |
|Coventry||Shut down Guantanamo|
With Moazzam Begg, Peter Brierley (Military Families Against the War)
|Sun 11 Jun, 4pm||Coventry Students Union,|
|Bristol||The Road to Guantanamo|
Moazzam Begg introduces Michael Winterbottom’s film.
|Wed 21 Jun, 7.45pm||Easton Community Centre, |
|Kent||Festival for peace|
With Lindsey German, Walter Wolfgang. Plus music, stalls, DJ tent, performance tent
|Sat 17 Jun, 12 noon||Dane John Gardens, Canterbury. For info phone 07947 424 505|
|Leeds||Guantanamo – shut it down|
Film showing of The Road To Guantanamo. Plus discussion with Jackie Chase, Abu Bakr Deghayes (Omar Deghayes campaign).
|Sun 18 Jun, 1.45pm||Pakistani Community Centre, Harehills|
|St Albans||Peace, justice and Islamophobia|
With Moazzam Begg, Soraya Lawrence, Chris Nineham.
|Thu 1 Jun, 7.30pm||Jubilee Hall, Catherine St|
|Kent||With Michael Bradley and Chris Harman||Thu 8 June, 7.30pm||Environment Centre, Palace St, Canterbury|
|Manchester||With Lindsey German and Alex Callinicos||Wed 7 Jun, 7.30pm||Manchester Mechanics Institute, 103 Princess St|
|Newham||With Lindsey German and Weyman Bennett.||Tue 20 Jun, 7.30pm||Hopkins Room, Stratford Library, 3 The Grove, London E15|
|North London||With Chris Nineham and Martin Smith||Thu 15 Jun, 7.30pm||West Indian Cultural Centre, Clarendon Rd, N8|
|Nottingham||With Chris Bambery and Hannah Dee||Thu 8 Jun, 7pm||New Mechanics Institute, 3 North Sherwood St|
|Tower Hamlets||With John Rees and Weyman Bennett.||Tue 13 Jun, 7.30pm||Oxford House, Derbyshire St (off Bethnal Green Rd), London E1|
|Barnsley||Latin America, revolution and resistance||Wed 7 June, 7.30pm||Barnsley Central Library, Shambles St|
|Birmingham||The return of the working class – resistance to neo-liberalism across Europe||Wed 7 Jun, 7.30pm||Custard Factory, Gibb Square, Digbeth|
|Brent and Harrow||Resistance and revolt in Latin America||Thu 1 Jun, 7.30pm||Brent Trades and Labour Hall, 375 High Rd, Willesden, |
|Brighton||Revolution and resistance in Latin America||Wed 21 Jun, 8pm,||Friends Meeting House, |
|Bristol||Resistance to neo-liberalism across Europe |
With Alex Callinicos.
|Wed 14 Jun, 7.30pm||Kuumba Centre, |
Hepburn Rd, St Pauls
|Euston||Gramsci – a revolutionary for our time|
With Chris Bambery.
|Wed 31 May, 6.30pm||Camera Cafe, Museum St, |
|Hammersmith||Resistance and revolt in Latin America||Wed 7 Jun, 7.30pm||Palingswick House, |
241 King St, London W6
|Home Counties||Which way forward for Palestine?|
With Simon Behrman
|Mon 5 Jun, 7.30pm||Upstairs at Trinity Church Hall, Beaconsfield Rd/ Victoria St (nr station), |
|Huddersfield||US immigration revolt – the Latino civil rights movement||Wed 14 Jun, 6pm||Coffeevolution, Church St|
|Norwich||After the elections – where next for the left?|
With Candy Udwin.
|Thu 8 Jun, 7.30pm||St Andrew’s Tavern, |
St Andrew’s St
|Preston||A rebel’s guide to Lenin |
With Michael McDonnell.
|Sat 3 Jun, 3pm||Brew Cafe, 35 Lune St|
|Southampton||George Lansbury and the rebel councillors of Poplar||Wed 14 Jun, 7.30pm||High Street Cafe, High St|
|Tooting||Imperialism in the 21st century||Thu 8 Jun, 7.30pm||Derinton Road Community Centre (corner Blakenham Rd), London SW17|
|Waltham Forest||Sexism – is the clock turning back? |
With Judith Orr.
|Tue 6 Jun, 7.30pm||Quaker Meeting Rooms, |
1a Jewel Rd (off Hoe St), London E17
|Brighton||Keep our NHS public – SOS NHS|
With John Lister (health campaigner and author).
|Mon 5 Jun, 7.30pm||Brighthelm Centre, North Rd|
|London||Don’t attack Iran|
With Shirin Ebadi (Nobel Peace prize winning lawyer), Tony Benn, Lindsey German (StWC), Jeremy Corbyn MP, Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Elaheh Rostami-Povey and music from Somaye Zadeh.
£2. Organised by Action Iran. For info e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|Fri 2 June, 6.30pm,||Friends Meeting House, Euston (opp Euston stn)|
|Campaign Against Climate Change conference|
With Caroline Lucas MEP (Green), Norman Baker MP (Lib Dem), Mark Lynas (Climate change author & journalist), George Marshall (co-director Climate Outreach & Information Network), Aubrey Mayer (Global Commons Institute), Jeremy Leggett (Solar Century), Jason Torrance (Transport 2000)
Free. Go to www.campaigncc.org
|Sat 3 June, 10am to 5pm||London School of Economics, |
Houghton St, WC2
A celebration of resistance
Speakers include: George Galloway MP, Tariq Ali, Tony Benn, Victoria Brittain, Rose Gentle, Adrian Mitchell, Eamonn McCann, Trevor Ngwane, Michael Rosen, Melissa Benn, Bernadette McAliskey
Five days of debate, music & film organised by the Socialist Workers Party. Prices £45 waged l £32 unwaged l £25 higher education l £15 under 18/school/further education. For details phone 020 7819 1190 or go to www.marxism2006.org.uk
|Thu 6 to Mon 10 July||in central London|
|Manchester||Keep our NHS public |
With Peter Hinchcliffe (Unison branch secretary, Pennine Acute Trust).
|Wed 14 Jun, 7pm||North Manchester General Hospital Postgraduate Centre (nr Delaunays Rd main gate).
|London||Resources of Critique|
Alex Callinicos on his new book.
|Wed 31 May, 6.30pm||Bookmarks bookshop, |
1 Bloomsbury St, WC1, (Tottenham Court Rd tube)
|How they turned Aids into a catastrophe |
Peter Gill on Body Count: How They Turned Aids Into A Catastrophe.
|Thu 1 Jun, 6.30pm|
|Freedom Next Time|
John Pilger on his new book, discussing why freedom still seems a distant dream for so many in South Africa.
|Thu 8 Jun, 6.30pm|
|London||No job cuts at St Ann’s – keep our NHS public||Sat 24 Jun, 11am||Assemble Haringey Civic Centre for march to St Ann’s Hospital. Called by Haringey Trades Council|
|Justice for Paul Coker|
March for Paul, who died in police custody. With speakers including Janet Alder.
|Sat 1 July, 1.30pm||Assemble Plumstead Common for march to Plumstead Police Station|
|Newcastle||Venezuela today – the world tomorrow||Wed 31 May, 7.30pm||Arts Centre, |
|Aberdeen||Unplug the war benefit|
With The Little Kicks, Lorenzo Snow Collective, Kathryn Sawyers, Pete Mconville, Welfare Mothers, Fiona Keenan And Caroline Kemp, The Holy Folks, Amber, The Kitchen Cynics
Fundraiser for Stop the War. For info go to www.myspace.com/unplugthewar
|Fri 2 Jun, 4pm to 11pm||Kilau Coffee, Little Belmont St|
|Canterbury||Party for peace|
With live band, funk and hip hop, DJs
£3. Organised by Stop the War. For more info phone 07947 424 505
|Wed 31 May, 9pm to 2am||Tonic Bar, |
|Portsmouth||Nazis are no fun|
With Virtue Theory, Strict Machines, Infra Juice, Emerett, Adamseed, Gareth Howells
£3. Bring anti-racist banners and posters. Organised by Love Music Hate Racism. Go to www.lovemusichateracism.com
|Fri 2 Jun, 7.30pm||The Barn, |