Occupations, Direct Actions: Logistics and Legalities
Workshop on Occupations, Walk-outs, and Road Blockages Wednesday November 17th, 3.30pm
In the wake of the events at Millbank, The University of London Union is proud to announce a workshop to assist in the escalation of our campaign against cuts and fees.
This is a meeting for students.
ULU will be inviting speakers to give insights and answer questions to engender activists on campuses around London with the tools to successfully make our universities, our cities, and our country ungovernable.
Endorsed by NUS President Aaron Porter in many forums and LIVE on BBC Breakfast on Thursday 11 November, peaceful, non-violent direct actions and occupations are a legitimate form of protest and he, along with many of us, are calling for these tactics to be employed as wide as possible: for maximum disruption as Aaron said in response to the LibDems going back on their manifesto pledges.
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This meeting has been agreed by a number of ULU reps and looks to be a big one.
See you Wednesday. C