UK Education Newswire Archive
Factory Farming method's cruelty and health risks.
05-11-2003 13:28Charles Clarke, Education Minister, comes to Cambridge!
05-11-2003 03:47About 150 Sheffield University students, mostly first years, occupied earlier today (4/11)the University House. The intention is to stay in the building overnight. The occupation, which happened spontaneously and was self-organised by the students’ involved, is being held in protest against the University’s under-hand surplus charges on accommodation.
29-10-2003 17:0330-40k protest against the rise in Tuition Fees.
24-10-2003 11:45In Northampton library I tried to look at the Anarchist Book Fair website and was denied.
decided to support direct action taking the form of a rent strike, to
protest against the rent rises and the increased college costs that are
dumped on the students.
21-10-2003 13:19The largest student led demonstration against student hardship will take place on Sunday 26th October. We want to say NO to tuition fees. No to top-up fees. NO to student hardship.
This is a battle which we can win by changing the minds of all but a few backbench MP's... it really is that simple.
Get your tickets from the Liverpool Students' Union - only £5 for a day trip to London on the coach.
Get Involved - Make a Difference - Make Yourself Heard.
Involving students, staff and local residents and businesses, the Make a Difference Day will help promote unity between the local community and students.
Focussing on the environment the order of the day will be to clean up the area; ranging from litter-picking to graffiti removal and a general social day.
If you would like to get involved get down to St.Andrews Gardens at the top of Copperas Hill for 2 o'clock on Saturday... help us to help 'Make a Difference'.
21-10-2003 11:28Job going at independent radical research co-operative in Oxford.
21-10-2003 10:27Some of you might have noticed that the Anti Capitalist Action (ACA) group is functional again http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/cambridge/2003/10/279225.html . For the benefit of new Cambridge students, and the rest of the world it is worth reiterating how last year Kings College tried to kick them out, using bogus reason and a bogus process. This incident, that was qualified by some as a pure political trial, happened at the same time as Edward Said, the world renowned academic, was refused a honorary fellowship, apparently for being too vocal on issues surrounding the Middle East conflict.
20-10-2003 13:46BBC Scotland did not broadcast the "Revolution will not be televised" under the new title "Chavez- inside the coup" in the rest of Britain, an increidbly powerfull and educating documentary about the failed coup in Venezuela.
BBC Frontline Scotland investigative program on the Glasgow housing stock transfer - tomorrow, Tuesday 21st October on BBC1 at 9:30pm
15-10-2003 21:55There is no such thing like justice or Law in this World in the end. Anyone saying else would be telling a lie. There are only abusers and used until you are powerful enough to protect yourself. Mr Professor, You would not mind telling them, why there should be Law and order?
11-10-2003 23:29The Oxford University Freshers' Fair was a real success for the social justice and anti corporate globalization groups.
04-10-2003 14:27Bristol Music Mentoring is a new youth music project being run by the Youth Music Action Zone under the Remix banner. It will provide aspiring teenage musicians with FREE access to advice, coaching and tuition from Music Industry Professionals. Participants will also have access to recording studios and the opportunity to gain experience in related areas such as engineering, journalism, management and production.
The Project will be launched at the Victoria Rooms on Queens Road on Wednesday the 22nd of October (7.15pm for 7.30pm) with performances and talks from local musicians and industry workers including the fabulous Jane Taylor.
YMAZ would appreciate any kind of publicity for the Project, particularly publicity in advance of the Launch Night in order to maximise attendance. Teachers, Youth Workers, Press and Musicians are all invited along with all Bristol teenagers who aspire to a career in the music industry.
James Hutchinson (YMAZ) Remix Co-ordinator
Theo Berry (Music Editor, Decode) Volunteer Co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 07881408844