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SWP public meetings
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Barnsley Cameron’s cold cuts—let’s make it a hot autumn Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm YMCA, 1 Blucher St, S70 1AP
Leicester How can workers bring down the government? Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Leicester Adult Education College, 2 Wellington St, LE1 6HL
Worthing Can there be a revolution in Britain? Wed 26 Sep, 7.30pm Sidney Walter Centre, Sussex Rd, BN11 1DS
SWP branch meetings Weekly meetings to discuss political issues and our local activity. All welcome
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Birmingham: Handsworth What do we mean by revolution? Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm The Farcroft, 157 Rookery Rd, B21 9QY
Birmingham: Stirchley The politics of food Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm, Stirchley Community Centre, 1326 Pershore Rd, B30 2XS
Bolton Will China be the next superpower? Wed 26 Sep, 6pm Bolton Socialist Club, 16 Wood St, BL1 1DY
Bradford The welfare state—from social housing to home care loans Wed 19 Sep, 6pm The Equity Centre, 1 Longlands St, BD1 2TP
Brighton Fifty Shades of Grey—what does it mean for women’s liberation today? Thu 20 Sep, 6.30pm Phoenix Community Centre, 2 Phoenix Place, BN2 9ND
Bristol: East Gramsci and the 99 percent—building counter hegemony today Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Easton Community Centre, Kilburn St, BS5 6AW
Bristol: Stokes Croft The origins of racism Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm 5th Floor, The Canteen, Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, BS1 3QY
Cambridge The point is to change it—an introduction to Marxist philosophy Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm CB2 Cafe, 5-7 Norfolk St, CB1 2LD
Cardiff State capitalism—why the USSR wasn’t socialist Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Cathays Community Centre, Cathays Terrace, CF24 4HX
Chelmsford Will the Tories survive until Christmas? Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm The Bird in Hand, New Writtle St, CM2 0RZ
Chesterfield A short history of factory occupations Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm Chesterfield Library, New Beetwell St, S40 1QN
Colchester Why socialists say that migrants are welcome here Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Albatta Cafe, 18a Sir Isaacs Walk, CO1 1JJ
Coventry Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism—what do socialists say? Wed 26 Sep, 7.30pm West Indian Centre, 159 Spon St, CV1 3BB
Derby Fighting Cameron—can the Labour Party deliver change? Thu 20 Sep, 7pm West End Community Centre, Mackworth Rd, DE22 3BL
Doncaster Paralympics, Atos and Remploy—the politics of disability Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Women’s Centre, 21 Cleveland St, DN1 3EH
Dudley The Bullingdon boys—how can we bring down the Tories? Wed 19 Sep, 8pm The Duke William, 25 Coventry St, DY8 1EP
Edinburgh Who are the working class? Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Friends Meeting House, Victoria Terrace, EH1 2JL
Glasgow: North Paralympics, Atos and Remploy—the politics of disability Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Cafe Cherubini, 360 Great Western Rd, Kelvingrove, G4 9HT
Glasgow: South Women and revolution—from Russia to Egypt Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm Govanhill Pool, 99 Calder St, G42 7RA
Guildford Banking, corruption and the Libor scandal—how the system is rigged by the rich Sat 15 Sep, 2pm Guildford Library, 77 North St, GU1 4AL
Hastings From fees to privatisation—the struggle against neoliberal education Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm The Clarence (upstairs), 57 Middle St, TN34 1NA
Huddersfield Syria—resistance, revolution and the threat of imperialist war Wed 19 Sep, 6.30pm Cafe Society, Byram St, HD1 1DR
Lancaster Building for a hot autumn—how can we beat the Tories? Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Friends Meeting House, Meeting House Lane, LA1 1TX
Leeds: City Centre Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism—what do socialists say? Thu 20 Sep, 7pm Leeds TUC Centre, 88 North St, LS2 7PN
Leeds: Harehills and Chapeltown What do we mean by Marxism? Wed 26 Sep, 7.30pm Trinity United Church, Banstead Terrace, Roundhay Rd, LS8 2HU
Leicester The rate of profit and the cost of living—why does capitalism cause crisis? Wed 26 Sep, 7pm Leicester Adult Education College, 2 Wellington St, LE1 6HL
Liverpool What can we learn from the Chilean road to socialism? Thu 20 Sep, 7pm Methodist Centre (above News from Nowhere bookshop), 96 Bold St, L1 4HY
London: Brent and Harrow Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism—what do socialists say? Thu 27 Sep, 7.30pm Trellick Lounge, 11 Golborne Rd, W10 5NY
London: Brixton ‘Scroungers’ or ‘superhumans’—the politics of disability Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Vida Walsh Centre,2b Saltoun Rd, SW2 1EP
London: Camden Can there be a revolution in Britain? Thu 20 Sep, 7pm St Michael’s Church, Camden Rd, NW1 9LQ
London: Ealing Why you should be a socialist Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm West London Trade Union Club, 33-35 High St, W3 6ND
London: Euston Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism Wed 19 Sep, 6.30pm Camera Cafe, 44 Museum St, WC1A 1LY
London: Hackney East The Marikana mine massacre—the reality of post-apartheid South Africa Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm The Round Chapel, Powerscroft Rd, E5 0PP
London: Hornsey and Wood Green When workers brought a Tory government to its knees—40 years since 1972 Wed 19 Sep, 7.45pm Small Hall, St Michael’s Church, 37 Bounds Green Rd, N22 7TL
London: Lewisham Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism—what do socialists say? Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm West Greenwich Community and Arts Centre, 141 Greenwich High Rd, SE10 8JA
London: Leytonstone Building for a hot autumn—how can we beat the Tories? Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm Leytonstone United Free Church, 55 Wallwood Rd, E11 1AY
London: Newham Ireland—Marxism and Republicanism Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Stratford Advice Arcade, 107-109 The Grove (next to Morrisons car park), E15 1HP
London: Southwark Building for a hot autumn—how can we beat the Tories? Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Snug Room, The Grand Union, 26 Camberwell Grove (off Camberwell Church St), SE5 8RE
London: Tottenham Marxism and anarchism Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Kitabevi Cafe, 410 Tottenham High Rd, N17 9JB
London: Tower Hamlets Is human nature a barrier to socialism? Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Oxford House, Derbyshire St (opp Bethnal Green Rd Tesco), E2 6HG
London: Walthamstow 50 years since the Algerian revolution Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Quaker Meeting House, 1a Jewel Rd (off Hoe St), E17 4QU
London: Woolwich and Plumstead The Marikana mine massacre—the reality of post-apartheid South Africa Thu 20 Sep, 6.30pm The Glyndon Centre, Raglan Rd, SE18 7LB
Luton From Greece to Spain—why is the eurozone in crisis? Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Postels Club, 3 Dunstables Rd (corner Cardiff Rd), LU1 1BJ
Manchester: Chorlton Will Labour ever fight? Wed 26 Sep, 7.30pm Chorlton Library (side door), Manchester Rd, M21 9PN
Manchester: City Centre Is China the next superpower? Thu 27 Sep, 6pm The Vine Inn, 44 Kennedy St (near Princess St), M2 4BQ
Manchester: Rusholme State and revolution Wed 26 Sep, 7.30pm Upstairs, Falafel Cafe, Wilmslow Rd, M14 5TQ
Mansfield The Marikana mine massacre—the reality of post-apartheid South Africa Wed 19 Sep, 7pm Railway Inn, Station St, NG18 1EF
Middlesbrough Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism—what do socialists say? Tue 18 Sep, 7pm St Mary’s Centre, 82-90 Corporation Rd, TS1 2RW
Newcastle Wikileaks, imperialism and sexism—what do socialists say? Thu 20 Sep, 7pm The Labour Club, 11 Leazes Park Rd, NE1 4PF
Norwich The politics of folk music Thu 20 Sep, 7.30pm Vauxhall Centre, Johnson Place, NR2 2SA
Nottingham The Marikana mine massacre and the reality of post-apartheid South Africa Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm International Community Centre, 61b Mansfield Rd,NG1 3FN
Portsmouth Building for a hot autumn—socialists and trade unions today Wed 19 Sep, 8pm Southsea Community Centre, St Paul’s Square, PO5 4EE
Sheffield: South Paralympics, Atos and Remploy—the politics of disability Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Old Junior School/Sharrow Community Forum, South View Rd, S7 1DB
Southampton From Greece to Spain—why is the eurozone in crisis? Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Goblets Wine Bar (upstairs), 184 Above Bar St, SO14 7DW
Stoke-on-Trent Art and socialism Thu 20 Sep, 7pm Peace Centre, Burslem School of Art, Queen St, ST6 3EJ
Swansea The Asturian miners—the battle against austerity in Spain Thu 27 Sep, 7.30pm Brynmill Community Centre, St Albans Rd, SA2 0BP
Thanet Paralympics, Atos and Remploy—the politics of disability Wed 19 Sep, 6pm 98 Harbour Parade, Ramsgate, CT11 8LP
Wigan Paralympics, Atos and Remploy—the politics of disability Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Sunshine House Community Centre, Bradshawgate, Vauxhall Rd, Scholes, WN1 3SN
Wolverhampton and Walsall Islamophobia—the new racism? Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm The Royal Hotel, Ablewell St, WS1 2EL
Movement events
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Dorset Can there be a revolution in Britain?
organised by Dorset Socialists
Sat 6 Oct, 1.30pm Colliton Club (opposite County Hall), Colliton Park, Dorchester DT1 1XJ
Manchester Rally for a future that works
organised by Manchester TUC
Wed 19 Sep, 7.30pm Mechanics Institute, 103 Princess St, M1 6DD
South Gloucestershire Festival for a future that works
organised by South Glos Unison and SW Unison
Sat 22 Sep, 1pm-6pm Kingswood Park, South Gloucestershire, BS15 4AR
London Irregular Army—How the US Military Recruited Neo-Nazis, Gang Members and Criminals to fight the War on Terror
Book launch with author Matt Kennard. Entry £2, refundable on any purchase. To reserve your place email events@bookmarks.uk.com or phone 020 7637 1848
Tue 18 Sep, 6.30pm Bookmarks Bookshop, 1 Bloomsbury St, WC1B 3QE
London Marxism and revolution today
Weekend school hosted by International Socialism Journal. £20 waged /£10 unwaged. Email barcolin@gmail.com to book your place
Sat 22 Sep and Sun 23 Sep, 10am London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road Holborn, London WC1X 8UE (near Kings Cross St Pancras station)
London Malcolm X the musical
An evening of music, poetry, film clips and speeches to launch the Socialist Worker Appeal. £8/£4 concession, £10 solidarity. Call 020 7819 1190 to book your place.
Sat 22 Sep, 7pm London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road Holborn, London WC1X 8UE (near Kings Cross St Pancras station)
London European Revolutionaries and Algerian Independence 1954–62
Book launch with author Ian Birchall. Entry £2, refundable on any purchase. To reserve your place email events@bookmarks.uk.com or phone 020 7637 1848
Thu 27 Sep, 6.30pm Bookmarks Bookshop, 1 Bloomsbury St, WC1B 3QE


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Meetings And Events
Tue 11 Sep 2012, 15:58 BST
Issue No. 2320
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