Month: April 2014

Bristol Anarchist Bookfair this Saturday, Permanent Culture Now Line Up announced

Bristol Anarchist Bookfair this Saturday, free entry, workshops on local food, community food growing, the commons, transition and much more. Click here to find out more.

Organise. Create. Exchange. Bristol Cable hosting 30+ free workshops on the media, sign up now

This is the simple but effective plan of The Bristol Cable, a new media co-operative launching in the city.

From real local investigations, innovative infographics, community round-table discussions and a people’s history, The Bristol Cable aims to be an essential community resource, presenting different voices and ideas to provide what the corporate press cannot – independent, citizen led, accountable journalism. Click here to find out about the free workshops we are running to make this a reality.

Organise. Create. Exchange.

This is the simple but effective plan of The Bristol Cable, a new media co-operative launching in the city.

From real local investigations, innovative infographics, community round-table discussions and a people’s history, The Bristol Cable aims to be an essential community resource, presenting different voices and ideas to provide what the corporate press cannot – independent, citizen led, accountable journalism.

The rise and rise of the amateur – how the social economy is taking off, in Bristol and beyond

Article aims to celebrate the increasing engagement in volunteering, public involvement in the community and the rise of community organizations and projects, especially utilising the fast developing online/digital landscape, and particularly, how good Bristol is at doing this.

The rise and rise of the amateur – how the social economy is taking off, in Bristol and beyond

Article aims to celebrate the increasing engagement in volunteering, public involvement in the community and the rise of community organizations and projects, especially utilising the fast developing online/digital landscape, and particularly, how good Bristol is at doing this.

Six Year Jail Sentence For AR Activist

Debbie Vincent, animal rights activist was sentenced to six years in prison today. During his sentencing remarks the Judge accepted that there was no evidence Debbie had been present during any criminal acts – she has literally been found guilty by association.

A solidarity protest, with a banner stating ‘Against Animal Testing and State Repression’ was held outside the court, to raise awareness of the case and to show our support for Debbie and Pru and Sven who will be on trial later this year.

View www.blackmail3.org for more info.

People can write to Debbie at:

Debbie Vincent A5819DE

HMP Bronzefield

Woodthorpe Road
Ashford
Surrey
TW15 3JZ

Anarchists meet in Bristol to plan resistance to NATO summit

Next weekend (19th/20th April) people from different parts of the UK will converge on Bristol for a meeting of AAN: the Anarchist Action Network.

Are you a “Modern Slave”?

Bristol No Borders ask, are you a modern slave? Read this article to find out if your call centre job equates to slavery.

Bristol Anarchist Black Cross

Anarchists meet in Bristol to plan resistance to NATO summit

Next weekend (19th/20th April) people from different parts of the UK will converge on Bristol for a meeting of AAN: the Anarchist Action Network.

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