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October 11, 2012 17:00




1 Stamford Street, SE1 9NT

And now we can get together this Thursday and share !!!



Fight for Traveller Sites - Mass Action

October 19, 2012 13:00

1pm, 19 October 2012 - Victoria Station, Central London 

See Action Pack

Extradition: Judiciary Aborts British Civil Rights


On 5th October 2012, Human Rights campaigners gathered outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, awaiting the final verdict, on the extensive legal battle challenging the extraditions of British Citizens to the U.S. A short film documenting the public solidarity stand can be viewed here - http://youtu.be/JOC_XhITPmE

Day of action for Jimmy Mubenga

October 12, 2012 11:00

- A public demonstration outside the offices of the Crown Prosecution Service (Rose Court, 2 Southwark Bridge, London, SE1 9HS) from 11am to 1pm.

- A public demonstration at the G4S UK & Ireland head office (105 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 6QT) from 2 to 4pm.


Independent: Activists warned re social media monitoring

Always good to see some of this in the mainstream media - this slightly naff article follows the latest Cryptoparty in london last week - get together, have fun and learn about tools tp protect your / our privacy (next one oct 19th)

Activists warned to watch what they say as social media monitoring becomes 'next big thing in law enforcement'

Exclusive: John Cooper QC said that police are moni…

Launch of Re The Zine

October 10, 2012 19:30


The Gallery Cafe,

Old Ford Road

Bethnal Green

E2 9PL

Libcom: Quebec - important victory, however partial

In Quebec, Canada, an impressive student struggle, connected to protests against attacks on civil liberties has ended in a partial, but nevertheless important, victory. There is reason to learn lessons, but also to celebrate and to be inspired. Let's shout it from the rooftops, as a sign of more to come.

For months, students in Quebec fought against a Draconian college fee rise that the Char…

Campaign to Defend Kazakh Oil Workers

October 05, 2012 18:00

The function room at the Lucas Arms pub, 245a Grays Inn Road, London (five minutes' walk from Kings Cross/ St Pancras stations).

Resonance FM: Free Association audiobook "Moments of Excess"

This week's Circled A radio show comes to us care of independent radio producer and member of Dissident Island Radio, Chickpea.

The show will air on Tuesday 25 September 2012 from 9-9:30pm GMT on 104.4FM in London, UK, and will also be streamed on the Resonance FM website. You can download the show here: [MP3 link | OGG link]

The show features portions of an interview with Brian and Keir, two me…

SlutWalk returns to London and raises its voice


On Saturday hundreds of activists took part in SlutWalk London 2012 to demonstrate against victim-blaming in cases of rape. The protest is part of the global SlutWalk movement and also involves the campaign groups Women Against Rape and Global Womens Strike among others.

The global SlutWalk campaign was formed following the international outcry after a police officer in Toronto, Canada addressin…

Urgent request for Monday

Urgent request for support for innocent Mexican indigenous political prisoner.



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A WALK: Through Sites of Dissent

September 30, 2012 12:00


Meet at Gasworks at 12pm, walk goes around London.


155 Vauxhall Street,

London SE11 5RH

Defend the Right to Protest National Conference

October 14, 2012 11:30

Conference-flyer-213x300-thumb AUSTERITY, INJUSTICE & THE POWER OF PROTEST  Sunday 14th October, 2012, 11:30am – 5:30pm, University of London Union, Mallet Street. 

Waged £6, Unwaged £3 See timetable


Anti-Austerity Protests - Portugal Demos Sept 15


about the police violence over civilians at the 15 Sept anti-austerity demo in Lisbon, Portugal.

please spread the news everywhere.

LoveMusic HateRacism - Racism, Police & Solidarity


London Criminal Barrister, Brian Richardson and a UEL Student, Arnie Joahill, discuss Racism, the IPCC, Stop & Search Policty, Police and solidarity action at love Music Hate Racism Celebrations on 15th September 2012 - http://youtu.be/FfLEOjGciTI

Fightback against stop-and-search begins


With little sign in a reduction of stop-and-search under PACE since the Met's supposed change in approach residents and campaign groups in east London are taking matters into their own hands by educating young people of their rights, encouraging the wider community to stop-and-monitor the police as they conduct their searches and orchestrating a culture of complaining everytime a victim is abused …


September 21, 2012 10:00


Jamming of Belarusian embassy's communications.

Reclaim Community - Friern Barnet Library


Latest: See interviews with the local residents and squatters: Video

On the 5th of September Occupiers and members of the local community in North London reclaimed the Friern Barnet Library after it had its doors closed in April by the council this year due to public sector cuts. The library is now declared liberated, occupied and reopened to the public. Although today the council served an …

What do they know?: Police "can't" tell where they got wrong info from

Jason Sands made this Freedom of Information request to Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)   to find out where the police got the "information" that Critical Mass "usually attracts approximately 100 cyclists" and the response so far is that they can not say, either because of "Section 30 of Freedom of Information Act 2000 - Investigations or proceedings conducted by public authorities…

Dissident Island Radio - 109 - back from holidays!

September 07, 2012 21:00

LARC - and pumpin out your stereo

The UK National Campaign Against Fees & Cuts


“Worldwide Echo in Support of the Zapatistas:

Freedom and Justice for San Marcos Avilés and Francisco Sántiz López”



Police Liaison - the new FIT


Police Liaison Officers are everywhere these days, constantly hanging around ‘engaging’ with protesters. They are being hailed as a new invention, but the role they carry out is not new at all. It’s just that it used to be done by cops in blue bibs called ‘FIT teams’.


Evict the Government - squatters action


Squatters and housing activists serve eviction notice on the condemned government of the millionaires for criminalising the homeless. Viva the uprising build networks of resistance get a group together in your area and occupy a large commercial/ non residential building and call a general assembly organise in your area form working groups and link up with other parts of the resistance. Keep networ…

SchNews: No Justice

Rachel Corrie Verdict

To no-one's surprise the Israeli courts whitewashed the death of Rachel Corrie this week. Rachel was killed in Gaza in 2003 defending Palestinian homes against the Israeli Defence Force's D9 armoured bulldozers.

The verdict came at the end of two and half years of legal proceedings initiated by Rachel's parents Cindy and Craig Corrie. They had pursued a civil case against t…

400 Block Atos & occupy Dept of Work and Pensions


400 protestors joined Paralympic ceremony performers, Dpac and UK Uncut at their "Closing Atos Ceremony" outside the Atos HQ in Paton Square, Euston today. Later 12 activists, both abled and disabled occupied and locked on at the Department of Work and Pensions and other held banners outside protesting against next April's disability cuts and the Atos tests.

See Video of the action and report

Corporate Watch: Court finds that Rachel's death was an accident

The judge in a civil case in Haifa over the death of Rachel Corrie, a US Palestine solidarity activist who was crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer while trying to prevent the demolition of Palestinian homes in 2003, has ruled that the Israeli state is not culpable.

Rachel Corrie's family had launched a civil suit against the state of Israel over her death. The court, in Haifa, first hea…

The Guardian: Rachel Corrie's death was an accident,

Rachel Corrie's death was an accident, Israeli judge rules

Judge finds no fault in military investigation that cleared defence force of responsibility for protester being killed by bulldozer

The death of the pro-Palestinian activist Rachel Corrie was not caused by the negligence of the Israeli state or army, a judge has ruled, dismissing a civil lawsuit brought by the family.

Corrie's dea…

Belarusian Anarchists — Solidarity Demo

September 23, 2012 13:00

Embassy Of Belarus. 

6 Kensington Court.


W8 5DL.

Nearest Tube: High Street Kensington.


SanMarcos: Worldwide Echo in support of the Zapatistas




August 6, 2012


Greetings to you all from Movement for Justice in El Barrio, the Other Campaign New York.

In view of the seriousness of the latest acts of hostility and aggression in the community of San Marcos Avilés, the Zapatista support bases (BAZ) have urged us to share this report with yo…

RoarMag: Je Me Souviens: I’ll Remember The Quebec Strike

I will remember all that happened here; I will remember what we are capable of; I will learn from past mistakes; and I will push for a better future.


August 17, 1:24 PM (13:24)

After months of militancy in the streets of Montréal, the student strikers now must face off with their biggest foe yet. Yes, the SPVM (Montréal Police) and the SQ (Provincial Police) were known for their brutali…