We have finalised the timetable for tomorrow’s ‘Beyond Resistance’ summer school. Click here for full timetable. Late changes include the addition of speakers involved in higher education struggles and the campaign to defend Hackney nurseries. The opening session will feature Ansar Ahmed Ullah, a secular Bengali activist involved in fighting recent English Defence League provocations in Tower Hamlets.
Registration starts from 10am. The venue is the WEA at 96-100 Clifton St, London EC2. All welcome. Click here to buy advance ticket – pay £5 if waged or £3 for concessions, and click here for map of venue. See below for a list of sessions, follow links for more information on each session.
11:00-11:30: Welcome plenary
with Tower Hamlets secular activist Ansar Ahmed Ullah
11:30-13:00: Session 1
– The changed composition of the working class
– Alienation and the critique of everyday life
14:00-15:30: Session 2
– How migrant workers fight back
– Feminism, socialism and political organisation
– Tenants’ struggles and community organising
15:45-17:15 Session 3
– Imperialism and the national question
– The democratic state and capital
17:15-18:00: Closing plenary
We are keen to ensure that people with childcare responsibilities are fully able to attend the event. The venue for the day has no officially licensed creche space, and we are looking at alternative possibilities. Please do get in touch with us at email@example.com as soon as possible so we can discuss arrangements.
The venue is accessible for disabled people.
One thought on “beyond resistance day school, saturday 19th june”
very good day we all thought. Posted a brief report here
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