There will be a protest led by victimised mothers and parents at 10.30am on Monday 21 July at Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre, 2 Redcliff Street regarding forced adoption in Bristol. The aim of the protest is to make the public aware of the draconian policy of forced adoption contained in the Children and Families Act 2014 and to follow up on the ITV ‘Exposure’ documentary – ‘Don’t take my child’ – shown this week. Read this article to find out more and watch the film.
The aim of the protest is to make the public aware of the draconian policy of forced adoption contained in the Children and Families Act 2014
BBC humiliated in Bristol Palestine protest
This is the most uplifting thing you will watch this summer!.
“Use Your Head” launches Integrate Bristol’s campaign for education on gender-based violence.
An even bigger turn-out is promised for Friday night 6-7pm. P
lus a follow-up action outside on Saturday 12.00 noon outside Sainsbury’s 46-56 Queens Road (The Triangle) Clifton, BRISTOL, BS8 1RE.
Kebele’s on the search for some cooks.
Bristol Solidarity Federation have pledge to actively support this years AFEM conference. The conference will be held at Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS on October 19th 2014.
The focus in this first year will be mainly, but not exclusively, on the anarchist movement itself and our place within it. The need for this has been obvious for a long time within anarchist organising.
Bristol’s secure council tenants say no to the sell-off
Some vehicles were recently burnt in East Bristol; here is a factual report and link to a statement issued online.
Bristol Antifascists stand in solidarity with the Tottenham community and anti-fascists in London following the recent attack on a family music event by a mob of Polish fascists