Assemblies for Social Movement

Members of IOPS (London chapter), Anti-capitalist InitiativePeoples Assemblies Network, Occupy London activists and The Friern Barnet Library occupation are calling for an assembly to discuss social movement strategy in 2013. The assembly shall take place from 7 – 9pm at SOAS on 22 January 2013. We hope you will join us!

London trades billions in currency everyday, and while the amount of these ‘receipts for elites’ have only increased during the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, it is the most vulnerable who are made to pay for it.

2012 saw environmental degradation continue at an alarming pace, global inequality increase, the university tuition fee hike come into force, deepening austerity measures, threats to destroy basic labour protections, the rise of fascism and racism in Europe and continued high unemployment – felt, in the UK, most acutely by young people, and particularly youth from minority ethnic backgrounds.

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