Thursday, September 02, 2010

Diary Dates

I've fallen out of the habit of doing lefty, Londony, activisty diary dates - which is a shame. I'm not promising to get back into it properly, but if you'd like to advertise an important left field event leave a comment and I'll try to try.

Organising for the Coalition of Resistance
Tonight, 2nd Sept: 6.30 pm
ULU - head for Malet St entrance

Demonstration action deportations of Roma from France
Saturday, 4th Sept: 1 pm to 2.30 pm
French Embassy,58, Knightsbridge, London.

Protest to demand action on global poverty
18th September: 1 pm
Old Palace Yard, outside Westminster

People are asked to bring drums, bells, whistles, pots and pans to make a noise for the Millenium Development Goals. The mobilisation will take place just two days before world leaders meet at the UN Millennium Development Goals Review Summit.
Called by Global Call to Action against Poverty and the UN Millennium Campaign.

Green Party, London Fed AGM
Sunday 26th September
: 10am-4m.
Seven Dials Club
42 Earlham St, Covent Garden.
Obviously you need to be a party member to come - worth the membership fee on its own!

Joking for Justice (WMD)
October 7th: 7.30 pm onwards
Dingwalls, (Lock 17), Middle Yard, Camden Lock, NW1 8AB

Lineup: Tony Law, Andrew O'Neill, Liam Mullone, Francesca Martinez, Kent Valentine, Hils Barker, Markus Birdman, Matt Kirshen, Charlie Talbot.
Entry fee £15

National Demonstration: troops out of Afghanistan
November 20th, 12 noon
London, (details)
Full assembly details, etc. do not appear to have been finalised.

Coalition of Resistance: National conference
November 27th, 10 am until 5pm
Camden Centre, Bidborough St, London. Details.


Dawn Foster said...

Um, do you mean WDM, not WMD? Blowing the Green Party wide open there!

Jim Jepps said...

I definitely feel like it sometimes!