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London InterACTIVE diners club / radical assembly

tonight | 14.05.2008 09:56 | Culture | Free Spaces | Social Struggles | London

This week sees the second Interactive Diners Club, an initiative relaunched for the 21st century. Those who experienced the original pre Criminal Justice Act Interactive Diners Clubs in the early nineties, the RTS meetings of the mid 90's, or the late 90's London Underground meetings etc. will know what kind of thing to expect. The idea is to inspire and re-energise each other, form new links, strengthen old alliances, share skills and resources, raise awareness and get people involved.

This is a social and networking event for activists and campaigners in London (or beyond). It's an opportunity to network with other activists, speak about campaigns you are involved in and learn about other projects taking place. It takes the form of a go-round where everybody present gets to introduce themselves and the campaigns or projects they are involved in. Food is then served and everyone gets to chat, plot and conspire.

It takes place on WED 14TH MAY, 7pm at the new squatted social centre in Shoreditch. The address is 6 Bowl Court, off Plough Yard which is next to the Drunken Monkey at the junction of Great Eastern Street and Shoreditch High Street. Nearest tubes are Old Street and Liverpool Street.

Please bring (vegan) food to share along with leaflets, flyers, posters etc for upcoming events.

It is hoped that these assemblies will happen every month at different autonomous spaces around London. Please network this widely to make it happen.

Date: 14th May 2008
Time: 7pm
Address: 6 Bowl Court, EC2A 3LJ
Tubes: Old St or Liverpool St