UK Newswire Archive
On Friday 12th September to coincide with the WTO talks in Cancun, a group of 15 concerned citizens occupied a Bayer office and stopped work there, to demonstrate against the corporatisation of health and agriculture, and the impact of WTO patent laws on agriculture and medications. This solidarity action took place for 2 reasons.
12-09-2003 13:52The Latest News From 2 Aberystwyth Activists in Qalqilia
12-09-2003 13:12An 'outsiders' view of protesting in the U.K
12-09-2003 12:58Quick information from an interview conducted with a woman who was arrested near Custom House DLR during wednesday's anti-DSEi protests:
12-09-2003 12:03A company calling itself Wendy Round Consulting is doing market research on delegates to the DSEi conference.
12-09-2003 11:02cyclist injured by police in unprovoked attack
12-09-2003 10:43As a small contribution to the world-wide mobilisations against the World Trade Organisation, the Edinburgh-Chiapas Solidarity Group organised a stall at the West End of Princes Street, Edinburgh on 9th September. We distributed several hundred leaflets and raised funds for the Kiptik water project through sales of publications and merchandise. Following is the leaflet we distributed:
12-09-2003 10:23Anti-war protester Karl Debbaut, who was arrested on the Lewisham school student demonstration on the first day of war with Iraq, is to fight vigorously a charge of assaulting a police officer at his court hearing in London on 24th September.
12-09-2003 10:20Freedom Highway is a festival, at the Barbican, that focuses on the powerful role of music and song in the political struggles and liberation movement of the 20th century, featuring live music, talks and films from an international line-up of artists.
12-09-2003 10:02Liverpool protesters disarm death fair!!
12-09-2003 09:40The Samba band were fantastic at the DSEi protest last night
12-09-2003 09:33The beginnings of a tactical change in approach of protesters as this years DESi Arms Fair in London made it very effective despite a smaller then expected turnout. Small was beautiful and potent, but very hard work. With larger numbers next year, and a development of these and other tactics, DESi can be stopped. (Oh! And the other barbaric practices of capitalism too, ... perhaps !)
12-09-2003 09:14Defence Industry Conference in October - shall we go along to say hello?
12-09-2003 09:01OXFORD WOMEN REPORT BACK FROM THE WEST BANK -
THE TRUTH ABOUT CONDITIONS IN PALESTINE -
TUESDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM - OXFORD TOWN HALL
12-09-2003 08:44DESi action morningof 12th september