From the International Student Movement A Joint Statement, for more languages, please visit http://ism-global.net/international_joint_statement The call to action http://ism-global.net/call2action_GES More alnguages in the link. please help spreading and join the meetinga announced here https://www.facebook.com/events/223239771128997/ Keep reading…..
The University is Ours! A Conference on Struggles Within and Beyond the Neoliberal University April 27-29, 2012 Toronto, Ontario The university belongs to us, those who teach, learn, research, council, clean, and create community. Together we can and do make … Continue reading →
The political temperature continues to rise in Chile since last week’s killing of 16-year-old high school student Manuel Gutiérrez in the capital Santiago. The country, which is the world’s major producer of copper, has been viewed as a rock for … Continue reading →
Declaration of the People’s Assembly of Lyon in support of Togolese students The People Assembly, meets in Lyon Place Bellecour this Saturday May 28 2011, has seen the repression suffered by our fellow students in Togo. This act goes against the right of citizens to speak for the consideration of their problems. In response to this repression, the Assembly wishes to express its solidarity with togolese students struggling for an education system open and equal for all. The Assembly requests French government stopped supporting … Continue reading →
In addition to the Europe and worldwide common day of action on March 26th, and a proposed London international KLF (Knowledge Liberation Front) meeting in June / July, the following initiative comes out of a European and World Assembly of University Movements (“for … Continue reading →
Immediately after the TUC march last Saturday, Chris Spannos of ZNET and Harpreet K Paul of the Project for a Participatory Society UK interviewed a number of activists about political alternatives and next steps for the anticuts movement. You can … Continue reading →
At Sunday’s National Education Assembly in London, the following resolutions were passed: (1) This National Assembly of students urges communities throughout Britain and Europe to build inclusive People’s Assemblies that can: * unite students, education workers, trade unionists, community groups … Continue reading →