We have been contacted by the Autonomous Student Network. They are keen to talk with student groups in Glasgow that would be interested in working with others using anarchist principals. If your group is interested being part of the network then their call-out and contact details can be found here.
The student occupation of the former Hertherington Research club has a plethora of events organised for the forthcoming weeks. Film showings, lectures, workshops and more. Below is a list of some of these events. We will update later on today with a full list of activities. Follow the links for more info. Continue reading
Students at the University of Glasgow have occupied the Heatherington Research Club, a vital resource for post-grad, mature and foreign students which was recently closed down, in opposition to cuts at the university and across society. The club can be found at 13 University Gardens, just off University Avenue, and any and all support will be welcome.
See you there!
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On Wednesday 24 November, tens of thousands of people across the country will walk out of our colleges, schools and universities. Continue reading
Fitwatch, a website that offered advice to the young people involved in last week’s occupation of Tory Party HQ in London, has had it’s web hosting suspended. This came after the head of the Metropolitan Police’s “e-crime” unit (e-crime, really? Get with the times folks! Surely it should be iCrime!) wrote to informed Fitwatch’s webhost, JustHost, that the site was engaged in perverting the course of justice by “offering guidance to offenders”. Guilty until proven innocent is it eh?
So, for informational purposes only of course, we reproduce the advice given by Fitwatch after the jump. Continue reading
Join us on the 25th of November in demonstration against the implementation of ID cards. We will gather outside the Home Office @ Festival Court, Brand Street, Ibrox from midday on the 25th.
Also join us on the Anti Racism and Anti Fascism march on Saturday the 29th. We will be meeting at ten a.m. at St Andrews in the Square just off the Salt Market. Look out for the black and red flags!
The nearest tube station is Cessnock tube. Turn right out of the tube station, past the shops and right onto Elizabeth street which will take you past the Unity Centre and on to Brand street.