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Events from the 26th April onwards

Hi folks,

As mentioned on the last update, this one is coming out a little early. This may mean we will miss out on some events due to not seeing the notices, but we may not have got to them anyway. 1,681 more words


Mayday Stalls

This May 1st Glasgow Anarchist Federation, Clydeside IWW, Glasgow Solidarity Network and a host of other groups & campaigns will be out with their stalls and information to mark International Workers Day and highlight working class struggles past and present. 35 more words


Resistance Special: Against War

Resistance Special: Against War (pdf)

This bumper issue of Resistance is dedicated to resistance to wars and those who profit from them. A special focus is given to the way in which WW1 remembrance is being used as a celebration of militarism, and showing how the great war has never really ended. 12 more words


Events from the 13th April onwards

Hi folks,

Here is the weekly events update. In addition to the main events below, it is worth noting that the Open Jar Collective take up residence at Kinning Park Complex for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2014, to create ‘Broth Mix’ – a temporary cafe open daily 12-5pm from Mon 14 – Sun 20 April. 1,531 more words


Green Anarchism Talk/Discussion

Wed 16th April
18:45 – 21:00
Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow, G4 9AJ.
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Digger diving, tree sitting, tunnel digging, food growing, primitivist crusties. 200 more words


Leadership and the myth of apathy

From libcom.org. Why aren’t we rising up? Whether the ‘we’ in question is young people, the British people, or the poor, this is a question asked an awful lot by both mainstream and leftist commentators. 944 more words


Events from the 23rd April onwards

Hi folks,

Just a couple of new events been added to the list this week. We were also shocked to hear that the meeting organised for Bridgeton Community Learning Campus for last Tuesday had been blocked by the board of directors. 778 more words