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Vice-Chancellor Pay Day Action - 13th January 2015

Media round up: The Birmingham Post, Times Higher Education

Students at the University of Birmingham took action today to highlight the large discrepancy in pay between the institution’s senior management and lowest paid staff. 401 more words

Response to the University of Birmingham with regards to our Occupation: Reinventing our University - 23rd November 2011

Earlier today we were told we are already facing disciplinary action and would have to pay the “substantial” cost of the university’s legal fees for an injunction they will take out against us if we do not leave by 9am tomorrow. 495 more words

Gatehouse Occupation - 23rd November 2011

In Occupation, this post is updated live

We have occupied the abandoned former gatehouse of the North Gate of the University of Birmingham. We have done this because despite the university and government taking increasingly regressive measures to make universities inaccessible, we are determined to keep the gates open. 2,994 more words

Students March Across Central London In National Demonstration For Free Education

Published by Impact Magazine (Online) November 21, 2014

On Wednesday 19 November an estimated 10,000 students marched across central London in a national demonstration for free education, organised by the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC) and other student groups, including the Young Greens and The Student Assembly Against Austerity. 533 more words

Impact Magazine

Student Movement Sparks Back To Life In Fight For #FreeEducation

In a further sign that resistance to austerity is sparking back to life, students from across the UK marched in central London yesterday demanding the right to free education.  611 more words

Fighting Back

Students march in London for free education

Dan Swain reports from today’s student demonstration in London.

Over 7000 students joined today’s demonstration for free education in London, making it the largest student demonstration in Britain since 2011. 321 more words


Students and lecturers have voted to abolish tuition fees. What Now?

Something exciting happened at the annual NUS National Conference in Liverpool earlier this year. The second day of the conference began with a debate on amendment “ 1,619 more words