Athit Kong, Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Democratic Union & Pherak Ly, Womens Agenda for Change will be speaking at a meeting organised by Labour Behind the Label and No Sweat.
Monday June 4 at Transport House (Unite / TGWU), Theobalds Rd, Holborn, Central London at 7pm.
Two short films from New York IWW member Diane Krauthamer:
- Together we win
- Union busting in Starbucks
Organised by the IWW
6.30 for food; 7.30 meeting starts
at the Bread and Roses, 68 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4
Info: 07882 972754
Speakers: No Sweat supporters report back from the protests; Paul Hampton (Labour Research, personal cap.) discusses what the G8 decided to do
Crown Pub, New Oxford Street/Bloomsbury Way
(Tubes: Holborn, Tottenham Ct Rd)
A London No Sweat Forum
Massimo De Angelis
The Begining of History. Value Struggles and Global Capital
And the screening of Dagmar Diesner and Klara Jaya Brekke
'Underground London' (Artemis 2007)
Massimo will be presenting some major themes of his book through a commentary of the video-documentary by Dagmar Diesner and Klara Jaya Brekke on the lives and struggles of London migrant tube cleaners.
Red Rose Comedy Club, 129 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, London N7
FRIDAY 15 JUNE, 6:30. Nearest tube Finsbury Park.
Next discussion will be on Eleanor Marx — women in the 19th century socialist
movement. The reading for this can be found at
The group is going to be meeting on the last Friday in the month and this
next meeting will be on Friday 22 June from 7.30pm until 9pm at Friends
Meeting House, Euston Road (opposite Euston), London.
Future discussions are planned on Equal Pay, Emma Goldman, Women in the
Russian Revolution, Sex work, Sex differences, Engels revisited, religious
fundamentalisms, and "unwaged work".
Contact cathyn56 (at) hotmail.com
Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July, north London
Organised by Workers Liberty. Details:
2pm – 7pm Saturday 30 June 2007, followed by Social (till 10)
Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2.
(Nearest tube Old Street)
Witnesses from Colombia’s social movements describe how their human rights and environment are affected by oil corporations’ thirst for profits.