Events from the 23th April onwards

Hi folks,

Here is the weekly events update. In addition to the main events below, it is worth noting that the Open Jar Collective take up residence at Kinning Park Complex for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2014, to create ‘Broth Mix’ – a temporary cafe open daily 12-5pm from Mon 14 – Sun 20 April. The Cafe will play host to a range of free workshops, music, film, and family events, as well as offering a friendly space to sit and chat over a hearty bowl of soup. Well worth popping in and seeing what is happening. We are also putting on another of our talk/discussion events, this month looking at Green Anarchism. If you have any feedback for the Autonomy Update then feel free to grab us for a chat there.

Now without further ado…

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KPC Open Studios and Family Day
Sunday, April 13 at 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Kinning Park Complex, 43 Cornwall Street, G411BA

An open studios day with live music, dancing, craft making, storytelling, and the launch of the Broth Mix Cafe. Come visit the building, meet the tenants and see what goes on behind the studio doors.

Free event, all welcome.

Open Jar Collective will be resident in the KPC for the two weeks during the Glasgow International Festival of Art (Monday 7th – Sunday 20th April) to create BROTH MIX – a space for conversation and local action.

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LOCAL FOOD SOCIAL SUPPORT HUB
Sunday, April 13 at 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, G4 9AJ

“Lovely Food and a really friendly Welcome “

” I know lots of people who have been hit by benefit cuts who will benefit from this great initiative”

Woodlands Community Garden’s local food social support hub provides a friendly welcome and access to a hot and healthy meal for people experiencing hardship as well as access to information, support and training/volunteering opportunities. People are free to attend without the need for a referral or voucher.
Todays food hub also a creche – there are limited spaces so its helpful to let us know in advance if you need a creche space.

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Glasgow Open House Children’s Event: *Harry Horse – Play For Kids* by *Tam Dean Burn*
Sunday, April 13 at 2:00pm
Mono Cafe Bar 10-12 King’s Court, King Street, G1 5RB

Come down to Mono for some Sunday afternoon stories read by the brilliant Tam Dean Burn from The Children’s Wood.

Suitable for kids and adults !

Harry Horse was an award-winning multi-talented artist specialising in political cartoons, children’s books and even a widely praised computer game ( Drowned Gods ). He tragically died in January 2007 at 46 years old. Since then Tam Dean Burn has been championing his work, in radio and video broadcasts and in performance, particularly with his show Year Of The Horse, which features all 52 political cartoons published in the Sunday Herald up to the week of his death. Year Of The Horse will be part of Tam’s GI show at The Poetry Club on April 10. For Glasgow Open House Art Festival Tam will read two of Horse’s best loved stories for young children- A Friend For Little Bear and Little Rabbit Goes To School with musical accompaniment.

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Broth Mix Film Night
Tuesday, 15 April at 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Kinning Park Complex, 43 Cornwall Street, G411BA

An evening of short films and discussion about urban food projects and creativity. Featuring the film ‘A Growing Exchange’, by artists Alex Wilde and Annechien Meier, exploring the role of artists in urban food projects in Glasgow and The Hague. The film will be followed by a discussion led by Alex Wilde, Chris Freemantle and Bob Hamilton.

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PubhD III – Glasgow Skeptics
Tuesday, 15 April at 7:00pm
The Old Hairdressers, 20 – 28 Renfield Lane, G2 6PH

We’re back for the third round of PubhD; three PhD students take ten minutes to explain their research.

Iva Čukić (Psychology) is trying to understand whether certain personality traits make us more prone to certain diseases (and which ones), or perhaps to leading a long and healthy life. The answers may be surprising…

David Talbot (Education) is working on the myth and mystery of Interdisciplinarity. Interdisciplinarity has been studied extensively for over 40 years, and is considered one of the most important aspects of most research today, and yet there remains no agreement about what it actually is or how to teach it. Dave hopes to fix all of that…or maybe just publish some journal articles.

Emma Woodham (Cancer Research) wants to understand how cancer spreads throughout the body. She uses cutting edge imaging techniques to discover potential new drug targets.

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Green Anarchism
Wednesday, 16 April, 6:45pm to 9:00pm
Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, G4 9AJ

Digger diving, tree sitting, tunnel digging, food growing, primitivist crusties. Kind of sums up many perceptions of green anarchists, but are they true?

This month’s talk/discussion will give you the chance to learn about the thoughts and methods of green anarchism directly. Our guest speaker has experiences ranging from the early days of food growing and self sufficiency, through to roads protests, anti nuclear action, hunt sabbing, squatting, and tree sitting, as well as organising community woodlands while both learning and passing on crafts and skills. They have been through youthful optimism, degenerating scenes, burn out, and all the way back to spreading the word of humans thriving sustainably.

Come along and be part of the discussion.

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Glasgow AF discussion group is open and free to all, however any donations towards costs are appreciated. Tea/coffee/juice/biscuits will be provided free of charge. Our venue is accessible to wheelchairs/powerchairs. We ask that all those attending this event read the first page of our safer spaces policy here: http://tinyurl.com/GlasgowAF

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Dave Rovics
The Griffin Bar, 266 Bath Street, G2 4JP
Friday, April 18th, 7 pm

Riot folk singer Dave Rovics returns to Glasgow.

£10/£8/£5

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OPENARIES – Ceramic Arts event
Saturday, April 19 at 11:00pm – 3:00am
Woodlands Community Gardens, 91–111 West Princes Street, G4 9BY

Part of GLASGOW INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
Artists Laura Aldridge and Anna Mayer have designed and built a roving kiln for ceramics out of two oil drums welded together and will be holding three firing events across the city, including this one at Woodlands Garden. Old and new friends alike are invited to gather for performances and ceramic appreciation. Local artists and practitioners are also welcome to contribute a performance or offering. There is an emphasis on sociality and an exploration of how the art making process can be both ritualistic and casual.
So join us for ceramic happenings in the gap site at 127 West Princes Street (next to the Community Garden) and in the garden for some tasty treats and guided garden tours.

http://glasgowinternational.org/events/laura-aldridge-anna-mayer/

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David Rovics At Faslane Peace Camp
Saturday, April 19 at 7:00pm
Faslane Peace Camp

David Rovics is playing a small acoustic gig at the peace camp. Get in touch if you want to stay overnight or for the whole weekend (there’s loads to do!). You might need to bring a tent.

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TYCI (APRIL 2014)
Saturday, April 19 at 11:00pm – 3:00am
Bar Bloc, 117 Bath Street, G2 2SZ

TYCI’s April event features a live set from Irish ‘party pop band’ The Wonder Villains and The Natives Are Restless DJ on the decks.

Doors at 11pm, free before midnight, £2 after. Anyone who arrives after midnight but writes ‘TYCI’ on their knuckles will still get in free.

Every month, TYCI will support a different charity, with the funds raised at this event going to End Violence Against Women (www.endviolenceagainstwomen.org.uk).

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Lynne Friedli on mental health and the psychologising of social justice in Scotland
Wednesday, April 23 at 6:30pm
The Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Road, G51 3UU (opposite Govan underground)

Join us for our latest ‘library chat’, an informal roundtable conversation in the convivial surroundings of our library in the Pearce Institute. There will be space and time for general discussion and input from all participants. Light refreshments provided.Please email info@che.ac.uk to confirm attendance. RSVP essential.

Dr Lynne Friedli is a freelance researcher, with a special interest in the relationship between mental health and the struggle for social justice. She is author of a report for World Health Organisation Europe on Mental health, resilience and inequality http://www.euro.who.int/document/e92227.pdf and has contributed to the forthcoming WHO Europe Strategy on Mental Health.

Lynne is interested in current debates about the politics of ‘assets based approaches’ and the psychologising of public health, and is currently researching the use of psychological approaches in workfare and other employment programmes.

http://bit.ly/19qK64R http://centreformedicalhumanities.org/whistle-while-you-work-for-nothing-positive-affect-as-coercive-strategy-the-case-of-workfare/

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BENEFIT SANCTIONS & FOOD POVERTY
Wednesday, May 7 at 2:00pm – 8:00pm
GCVS Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, G3 6DS

FOOD HUB SPECIAL EVENT
2pm Wednesday 7th May at the Albany Centre

Limited spaces so please book in advance via http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/woodlands-community-garden-5239172271

One of the largest causes of the recent increase in food poverty has been has been the ever harshening system of sanctions imposed on benefit claimants. This free event will bring together individuals, community groups and advice organisations to discuss what can be done to both support individuals who have been sanctioned and to challenge the unfairness of the sanctions system.

2-5pm Speakers, stalls, workshops and discussion
Workshop topics confirmed as:
A) Food Aid and Resilient Communities
B) Effective Campaigning
C) Sanctions and the Scottish Welfare Fund
5-6pm Carry on the conversation over a cuppa
6-8 pm Free Food Hub Dinner for people experiencing hardship
(Full programme to follow shortly.)

Green Anarchism Talk/Discussion

Wed 16th April
18:45 – 21:00
Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow, G4 9AJ.
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Digger diving, tree sitting, tunnel digging, food growing, primitivist crusties. Kind of sums up many perceptions of green anarchists, but are they true?

This month’s talk/discussion will give you the chance to learn about the thoughts and methods of green anarchism directly. Our guest speaker has experiences ranging from the early days of food growing and self sufficiency, through to roads protests, anti nuclear action, hunt sabbing, squatting, and tree sitting, as well as organising community woodlands while both learning and passing on crafts and skills. They have been through youthful optimism, degenerating scenes, burn out, and all the way back to spreading the word of humans thriving sustainably.

Come along and be part of the discussion.

In addition we will also have a stall from the Radial Independent Bookfair project at this event, so if you would like anything specific to be brought along to buy then let them know!

Glasgow AF discussion group is open and free to all, however any donations towards costs are appreciated. Tea/coffee/juice/biscuits will be provided free of charge. Our venue is accessible to wheelchairs/powerchairs. We ask that all those attending this event read the first page of our safer spaces policy here: http://glasgowanarchists.wordpress.com/safer-spaces/

SWP not welcome in Liverpool

Originally posted on Liverpool Class Action:

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The SWP found out today that their rape-apologist bullshit has got no place in Liverpool. Their stall outside the NUS conference in Liverpool (it was outside because they’d already been refused entry to the conference) was turned over and their literature scattered to the wind. Let this be a lesson to them – we won’t accept their rape apologism here.

They spouted the usual crap: “sectarian”, “political nobodies”. So fucking what? More tellingly though, they made accusations of “sending men to intimidate women”. 50% of the people involved in tossing their shit papers on the floor and ripping down their shit posters were women. What was the point of that? Nobody else was there to hear these accusations. Were they just trying to convince themselves, wilfully ignoring or erasing women in some bizarre attempt to make themselves look better somehow?

And worst of all, one Swappie was screaming at us…

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Thatcher is still dead, but Thatcherism lives on

Originally posted on Bristol Anarchist Federation:

Margaret Thatcher's death divides opinion across the UK Exactly one year ago today the working classes of Britain woke up to some of the best news of the year. The Iron Lady has finally bitten the dust! Margaret Thatcher was dead ! Jubilant scenes were witnessed across the country as the people celebrated the passing of one of the most despised Prime Ministers in living memory. People literally danced in the streets with joy and despite the right-wing media’s attempts to demonise the revelers nobody with half an ounce of decency could fault them.

In Bristol a street party on Chelsea Road in Easton attracted hundreds of people and lasted until the wee hours of the morning. The celebrations were cut short however when the Avon & Somerset Police decided to turn up in riot gear without warning and beat the party-goers down the street, sparking a mini-riot that lasted for several hours.

Those involved in the riot…

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Happy Anniversary

One year on and we are still dancing on the grave of the person who spearheaded the destruction of families and communities by destroying industry, Section 28 and caused an undercurrent of fear and hatred that LGBTQ communities still face today, the elderly being left to die in hospital corridors, “care in the community” which ignored those with mental health needs and left them to rot, the poll tax (which some people are still haunted by), the right to buy – then fall into disrepair – then sell to greedy developers and scumbag private housing associations with arms-length leeches owned by the same boards, the rampant profiteering and dogma of greed, the removal of services once held in the common good, militarism and needless death for oil, the fear of nuclear war, the support of South African apartheid and the friendship of the most bloodthirsty dictators.

Lets not just bury the body of one Prime Minister.

Lets bury the whole damn system and organise the world for the well-being of all.

Asylum Seeker Support in Glasgow

Here is a list of some of the material help you can provide asylum seekers and other victimised migrants in Glasgow:

1. Volunteer at the Glasgow Destitution Network night shelter – its seen a boost since Y people took over, and looks after 10-15 per night. Stay overnight.
2. Donate to the night shelter – GOOD food, not just the crap out of date cans you wouldn’t eat yourself.
3. Cook at the shelter – in case you can’t stay over.
4. Case work at UNITY – spend a day telling the UKBA and Home Office to fuck itself, and make sure lawyers actually do their job.
5. Support work at UNITY – look after kids so parents can sign in / face the UKBA. Or so they can do the shopping etc, often single mothers whose partners have been removed or detained.
6. Charity work at UNITY – work in one of the 3 shops./
7. Bike work at UNITY – fix bikes so people have mobility. Not just asylum seekers, but anyone. Based in Govan.

Unity: http://unitycentreglasgow.org/
Night Shelter: http://unitycentreglasgow.org/?page_id=474
Email: info@unitycentreglasgow.org
Tel: 0141 427 7992

Feel free to copy/share info. Comment below of you have any corrections or additional info and we will amend this post as required.

Events from the 5th April onwards

Hi all,

Seeing as it is a busy weekend of events coming up I thought I’d get this update out on the Friday. Lots more events been passed our way since the last update so without further ado…

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Wild Words Spring Writing Workshop
Saturday, April 5at 10:30am – 4:00pm
Woodlands Community Gardens Office

AWAKENINGS

Join us for a day of creative inspiration, writing across mediums, including poetry and prose. This friendly and free workshop is suitable for beginners as well as more experienced writers. We will be meeting indoors at our office, but weather permitting exploring in and around our community garden for inspirational signs of spring. Tutored by Nalini Paul.

LIMITED SPACES – ADVANCE BOOKING
email woodlandscommunitgarden@gmail.com or call 0141 332 9311

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Nuclear Free Scotland Rally
Saturday, April 5 at 11:00am
George Square

Join the March & Rally against Nuclear Weapons

Assemble George Square: 10.30
March: 11.00
Rally: 12.00

http://springwalk.org/

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Grow your Own Food Workshop
Saturday , April 5 at 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Woodlands Community Gardens 91–111 West Princes Street, Woodlands, G4 9BY

SOWING SEEDS AND STARTING PLANTS
Join us at the community garden to increase your confidence and skills in growing your own food

This is the first in a series of workshops that are taking place on the 1st Saturday of each month from 3-5pm. If you can’t make it on Saturdays then they each workshop is repeated on the second Wednesday of each month (6-8pm). All workshops are suitable for people whatever their gardening experience. The classes are free, but donations are welcome to support our work. There is no need to book in advance, but if you need more information contact Roz 0141 332 9311 or via woodlandscommunityfood@gmail.com

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International Roma Day 2014
Sunday, April 6 at 10:30am (+evening event from 5pm)
Govanhill Park Glasgow, United Kingdom

We invite you to be part of our first ever awareness raising march for International Roma Day in Glasgow.

We will start in Govanhill Park at 10 30 and walk through Govanhill to Albert Road. Further, you are invited to come along for the FREE evening celebration event in Victoria Halls (BYOB) on the same day – door open 5pm – tickets only.

Live music: Esther & Tim, Gypsy Romania, Gypsy Patrik & Emil, Roma DJ music, Roma food and more. Tickets and wrist bands for evening will be handed out at the march.

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Baby Disco
Sunday, April 6 at 12:30pm
Mono Cafe Bar 10-12 King’s Court, King Street, G1 5RB

Mono is pleased to present a fun-time wiggle for babies, toddlers and early schoolers with resident DJ Sci-Fi Steven (Bis). 12.30 – 2.30 pm.

All welcome! Recommended age 0-7 and parents.

Recommended donation £1 per tiny person (if you can afford it).

Mono Baby Disco is the 1st Sunday of every month

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Local Food Support Hub
Monday, April 7 at 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, G4 9AJ

“Lovely Food and a really friendly Welcome “

” I know lots of people who have been hit by benefit cuts who will benefit from this great initiative”

Monday 7th April 6-8pm

CHANGE OF VENUE – Please note due to building works, we will now be at the Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, G4 9AJ, rather than as advertised at Windsor Hall

Woodlands Community Garden’s local food social support hub provides a friendly welcome and access to a hot and healthy meal for people experiencing hardship as well as access to information, support and training/volunteering opportunities. People are free to attend without the need for a referral or voucher.

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Clydeside IWW Branch Meeting
Tuesday, April 8 at 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Clubroom, CCA, Sauchiehall Streeet

Branch meeting of the Clydeside IWW, a grassroots union for all workers.

http://iwwscotland.wordpress.com/

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Fascism INC (film)
Thursday, April 10 at 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Clubroom, CCA, Sauchiehall Streeet

Fascism INC, the new film of the creators of Debtocracy and Catastroika. The premier is due on April 10th at Clubroom, CCA. More info:

http://infowarproductions.com/fascism_inc/

and here:

http://www.cca-glasgow.com/programme/533d3d97ff2f6dce1100005d

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Contemporary Anarchist Theory and Practice: Critical Perspectives
9th April 2014 from 11am – 5pm.
Dumfries Campus

The mini-conference/get-together is an opportunity to share research and critical practice. With ‘critical’ playing multiple roles, meaning either important, relevant/vital, analytical, supportive, evaluative or from opposing traditions. The conference will take place at the University of Glasgow’s Dumfries Campus. It is hosted by the School of School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow. Speakers include:

Morgan Gibson (Queensland University)
Vicente Ordóñez Roig (Jaume I University, Castellón, Spain)
David Lamb (Hon Reader in Bioethics, Univ. Birmingham, Council member of the Companion Animal Welfare Council)
Angela McClanahan (Edinburgh University)
Dek Keenan (Independent Labour Researcher)
Hartwig Pautz (Spirit of Revolt and University of the West of Scotland)
John Crossan (University of Glasgow)
Sotiris Frantzanas (University of Glasgow)
Hamish Kallin (University of Edinburgh)

There will also be a Radical Independent Bookstall. The event is free and open to all. To book your place please contact: Benjamin Franks: Benjamin.Franks@glasgow.ac.uk or Sotiris Frantzanas: s.frantzanas.1@research.gla.ac.uk

For those not in a hurry back, there are some good pubs and reasonable eateries around Dumfries town centre, and so something in the evening might spontaneously arise. School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, Rutherford McCowan Building, Crichton Campus Bankend Road, Dumfries, DG1 4ZL (The campus is approximately 2.5 miles from Dumfries train station).

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Molatham : Studio Portraiture From The West Bank by Scott Caruth
April 10 – April 24, see below for times
1307 Argyle Street, Glasgow , G3 8TL

‘Molatham’ is a new solo exhibition which looks at the role of studio portraiture photography in occupied Palestine by Glasgow-based artist Scott Caruth. ‘Molatham’ literally translates as “to cover ones face” and the term is used to describe those fighting both violently and non violently against Israel’s occupation of Palestine.

“Documenting resistance to the occupation can be problematic and anybody hoping to do so must be careful not to photograph anybodies face, as proof of a demonstrators participation could lead to their imprisonment or worse. As a result of this, images of balaclava-clad, faceless entities have come to dominate the aesthetic of this conflict. Examining Palestinian studio portraiture opens up a fresh perspective of a people whose identity is too often abstracted by outsiders’ images of conflict. Furthermore, looking at found studio portraiture creates a unique opportunity to look at the subjects in ways that they have chosen to be depicted. One use of Palestinian studio portraiture takes the form of Martyr posters. The only time a resistance fighter’s identity is made public is when he or she is killed or imprisoned. In this instance their faces appear all over the city walls in the form of martyr posters or murals. Posters are also made for civilians killed in the conflict. The posters represent studio portraiture’s direct social function and political purpose and their depictions of their subjects highly contradict the images of them that we have been accustomed to by the western media.”

The show will present work from a Nablus based graphic design company who specialise in martyr and political prisoner iconography alongside a collection of studio portraits collected throughout the West Bank.

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Exhibition preview at 7pm on Thursday 10th April . Refreshments kindly provided by Saramago.

The show will run between 10th – 24th April and will be open each day between 10am and 5pm. New Glasgow Society , 1307 Argyle Street, Glasgow. ( A few doors down from Firebird)

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* GLASGOW’S BIGGEST EVER BRING-A-DISH! * Open House Opening Night
Friday, April 11 at 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street, G3 6RE

For the ‘preview’ night of Glasgow Open House we bring you something a little bit different…

Join us as we attempt to host the BIGGEST BRING-A-DISH EVENT that Glasgow has EVER seen!

The public as well as the artists, their friends and family, are invited to come together to mark the opening of the festival ahead of a packed ten-day programme of events.

Rustle up your signature dishes and most tasty treats for a proper celebratory feast!

* Music from Face Invaders *

BYOB + BYOD (Dish!)

Free and open to all

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Angry Workers of the World Invite You to a Discussion/Workshop on the Workers’ Inquiry Method
Saturday, April 12 at 11:00am – 4:00pm
Kinning Park Complex 43 Cornwall Street, G411BA

Angry Workers of the World are a collective using class composition analysis and workers inquiry methods in the logistics sector in West London (think Amazon etc.). Class composition is a mode of analysis developed in the extra-parliamentary Italian autonomous movement during the 1960s and 1970s.

They want to meet with like-minded groups and individuals across the UK and will be visiting Glasgow on Saturday 12th and Edinburgh on Sunday 13th to discuss class composition and workers inquiry as a method of political struggle with local workers and activists. The workers inquiry method was undertaken as a form of engaged ‘co-research’ bypassing normal union structures and dissolving barriers between subject-researcher and object-researched; a technique for developing a closer understanding of the subjective and material conditions of workers from the point of view of the workers themselves. What role might this form of ‘co-research’ have in organising new forms of struggle and organisation in the workplace and community?

Angry Workers of the World are related to a group of workers / activists at the forefront of composition and inquiry practice globally. They are close to collectives in India (Kamunist Kranti and Gurgaon Workers News), Wildcat in Germany, and Mouvement Communiste in France. They follow:

“an Operaist approach that sees as the starting point the complex composition of the working class. Once we understand class as being composed by gender, status, places of origins, qualifications etc. we can start asking about historically changing forms and contents of struggles. Questions concerning migration, waged work and reproductive work, ‘self-employment’ etc. enters the focus of attention. Such a notion of class is never assuming, but always asks for inquiry. This then requires practical engagement – there isn’t any other form of verification. This is what we are attempting in West London“.

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KPC Open Studios and Family Day
Sunday, April 13 at 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Kinning Park Complex 43 Cornwall Street, G411BA

An open studios day with live music, dancing, craft making, storytelling, and the launch of the Broth Mix Cafe. Come visit the building, meet the tenants and see what goes on behind the studio doors.

Free event, all welcome.

Open Jar Collective will be resident in the KPC for the two weeks during the Glasgow International Festival of Art (Monday 7th – Sunday 20th April) to create BROTH MIX – a space for conversation and local action.

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Green Anarchism
Wednesday, 16 April, 6:45pm to 9:00pm
Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, G4 9AJ

Digger diving, tree sitting, tunnel digging, food growing, primitivist crusties. Kind of sums up many perceptions of green anarchists, but are they true?

This month’s talk/discussion will give you the chance to learn about the thoughts and methods of green anarchism directly. Our guest speaker has experiences ranging from the early days of food growing and self sufficiency, through to roads protests, anti nuclear action, hunt sabbing, squatting, and tree sitting, as well as organising community woodlands while both learning and passing on crafts and skills. They have been through youthful optimism, degenerating scenes, burn out, and all the way back to spreading the word of humans thriving sustainably.

Come along and be part of the discussion.

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Glasgow AF discussion group is open and free to all, however any donations towards costs are appreciated. Tea/coffee/juice/biscuits will be provided free of charge. Our venue is accessible to wheelchairs/powerchairs. We ask that all those attending this event read the first page of our safer spaces policy here: http://tinyurl.com/GlasgowAF

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Dave Rovics
The Griffin Glasgow Scotland
Friday, April 18th, 7 pm

Riot folk singer Dave Rovics returns to Glasgow.