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Dronfield Blather

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Dronfield Blather.

N.E. Derbyshire Labour Discussion Group

Dronfield at 8pm on Sunday 9th July at the Contact Club, Dronfield

In the aftermath of the Election

"Whence Now The Labour Party"

Speaker: Cllr Chris Peace (Sheffield City Council)

 

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Durham Miners Gala Events

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See attached for education events during Gala Week

Flyer

 

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Post Election Seminar

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Labour Party - past, present and future.
 

May we invite you to contribute to the next
Independent Working Class Education Network
Evening Meeting in London on
Thursday 29th June. 5.45 - 8.00
Boardroom 1, Unite the Union, Moreland St. (near Angel Tube).

We'd welcome short presentations on the history of the Labour Party and its
ambivalent relationship with socialism, the unions and progressive movements in society.

But more importantly, ideas on the Labour Party's present and future.
Where did the Corbyn Surge come from? What do the hundreds of thousands
of young people who've recently joined want? What role do Momentum (and Progress)
play? What would our ideal Labour Party look like?
 
What are your ideas? IWCE Events are always participatory and non-sectarian.
 
It is hoped that some of the Forward-Looking presentations might contribute to
a Special Edition of "Post-16 Educator".
 
Please email me with your ideas.
 
Keith Venables :   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
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GFTU Arts Festival

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The inaugural Liberating Arts conference and arts festival will take place on the 3rd -5th November 2017, at the University of Exeter.

The 3-day event aims to connect the trade union movement with public educators, cultural workers and creative activists and explore the role of the arts and culture in the ongoing struggle for equality and social justice.

We invite interested trade unionists, cultural workers, activists and educators, to propose workshops, performances, media screenings, exhibitions, discussions, lectures and networking events that they would like to host at the event.

If you are a trade unionist, cultural worker or creative activist and would like to propose a session for Liberating Arts 2017 then please email the event Producer, Chris Jury, on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you wish to present an academic paper or other research-based event please email Dr Rebecca Hillman This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

http://www.gftu-liberatingarts.org.uk

In Solidarity

Chris Jury
Producer, Liberating Arts 2017
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We Touched the Sky- Chile 40 years On

“We Touched the Sky”
A new online educational resource,
freely available, hosted by the
WEA (Workers’ Educational Association)

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