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Nottingham Altruistic Society

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Feeling lonely, or like an outsider? Need a safe space to simply ‘be’ yourself?

Bangladeshi Speaker on Climate Change Awareness

Bangladesh - Super Exploitation and the Climate Crisis

7.30pm Wednesday 12th March 2014 at The Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields NG7 6HX

 

Carlton Town FC v FCUM

February 26, 2014 19:45

Carlton Town FC

Bill Stokeld Stadium

Stoke Lane

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Nottingham

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Its all kicking off in Gedling

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Well it will be at 7:45pm next Weds 26th Feb

"3 Cosas" cleaners - speaker meeting

February 19, 2014 17:00

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The Meeting Room, Friends' Meeting House, 25 Clarendon Street, Nottingham NG1 5JD

African Women Empowerment Forum Conference

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The African Women Wempowerment Forum Conference will be held on Saturday 30th November 2013, from 15:30 to 22:00. The Venue is the Bridge Centre, 49a Gregory Boulevard, NG7 4BQ

Anti-Fascist Resistance in Greece Today...

November 14, 2013 19:30

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Chase Community Centre

Robin Hood Chase (off St Ann's Well Road)

EMAF: Guramit Singh on the run

Guramit Singh (full name Guramit Singh Kalirai) was at one point a leading, indeed founding member, of the EDL. A spokesman for the group he spoke their demos and gave interviews to the media. He is now on the run after being convicted for a violent raid on a gardening shop in Hucknall, Nottingham.

Speaking tour by ex-Black Panthers in Nottingham

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Speaking Tour by ex-Black Panthers JoNina Abron Ervin and Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin from the USA.

This is to let you know more about the Nottingham leg of the tour by ex-Black Panthers JoNina Abron Ervin and Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin. They are both active in the Memphis Black Autonomy Federation, and on the national board of the Black Autonomy Federation of North America, and Lorenzo is an anarchist of l…

Lecture:JoNina Abron Ervin- Driven by the Movement

October 10, 2013 17:00

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Room A41 The Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park, University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD.

Open to all.

Time: 5.00pm-7.00pm.

See link below for directions.

Activist workshop about internal racism

October 09, 2013 19:30

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The Sumac Centre

245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields, Nottingham. NG7 6HX.

Meeting with Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin

October 08, 2013 19:00

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Hyson Green Youth Centre, Terrace Street, NG7 6ER. 7pm until 9:30pm.

Nottingham Green Festival + Vegan Festival

September 01, 2013 12:00

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Arboretum Park, Waverley Street / Addison Street, Nottingham

Nottingham Green Festival + Vegan Festival

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The Nottingham Green Festival is confirmed for Sunday 1st September.



The event, now in its 22nd year, is independently organised by grass routes community based volunteers, with no statutory funding. The ethical standards and environmental / human / animal rights ethos of the event are long established, having evolved from the pre-history of the Nottm Peace Festival from which it has grown.

Access to healthcare under threat

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The coalition government has launched two public consultations around the use of the NHS by migrants. The issue has been framed in such a way as to stir fears around British people being cheated. There are many legitimate concerns about universal access to healthcare, public health protection and Britain's obligations to Human Rights, but these will only be heard if people take part in the consult…

No One Is Illegal - a film series

June 30, 2013 20:30

The Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone Street NG7 6HX

No One Is Illegal - a film series

July 07, 2013 20:30

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The Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone Street NG7 6HX

Refugee Week Exhibition in Nttm Library

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June 2013

Refugee Week is a UK-wide programme of arts. Part of Nottingham's contribution, was an Exhibition in the City Library, Nottingham.

It is an exhibition by, for and about refugees comprising photographic work, completed in workshops led by Gaylan Nazhad in partnership with City Arts, and a series of hand-painted banners. The banners were produced during workshops at Nottingham Refugee Fo…

Women in Hebron

July 03, 2013 19:30

The Nottingham Refugee Forum, Alfred St N, Nottingham, NG3 1AA 

Upsurge in far right activity follows Rigby murder

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Since the brutal murder of solider Lee Rigby in Woolwich on 22 May, fascist and far right groups have organised a large number of events aimed at boosting support for their anti-Muslim politics. Anti-fascist monitors, East Midlands Anti-fascists have claimed that the far right has been aiming “to capitalise on a personal tragedy and surf the wave of outrage for their own ends”. A number of fa…

“Burn the mosque” chant East Anglian fascists

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On Saturday the East Anglian Patriots bussed a couple of hundred fascists into Lincoln for a demo that threatened violence against Muslims and sought to deny freedom of workship in the city. An anti-fascist counter demonstration was also held. The fascists, led by a Lincoln Infidels banner, chanted “Burn the mosque” and “Allah is a paedo”. The Infidels are an openly Nazi splinter from th…

Nottingham Post: Police keep groups apart as tributes paid to Lee

By Dominic Howell

 

TENSIONS mounted at a Nottingham memorial service to remember the life of murdered soldier Lee Rigby on Saturday.

 

About 50 people gathered outside the Trent Bridge Inn before walking down to the war memorial on the Victoria Embankment to lay flowers and hold a two-minute silence in memory of soldier Lee Rigby, 25, who was murdered in Woolwich, London, by two men on Wedn…

EDL in Nottingham on Saturday

Demonstrate against the EDL

This SATURDAY 1st June, 10.30am at the WAR MEMORIAL, Trent Embankment

Fascists in Nottingham this Saturday

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Members of the EDL (the English Defence League) are attempting to arrange an unofficial "demonstration" tomorrow (Saturday) at 1pm on the market Square.

East Midlands Anti-fascists: 3 Lincolnshire UKIP councillors in racism scandal

Just a few days after Lincolnshire’s newly elected UKIP councillors refused to sign an anti-racism declaration, Linconshire Police have confirmed that they are investigating three of the councillors over racist posts made on their social media accounts. One of those to be investigated is the leader of UKIP in the county, Councillor Chris Pain, who has made appearances at BNP and EDL supporter,…

Hope Not Hate: Lincolnshire UKIP In Further Crisis

The racism crisis surrounding Nigel Farage’s UKIP Party deepens today as our investigation exposes yet another UKIP racist.

Alan Jesson the newly elected UKIP County Councillor for Spalding South posted a series of vile posts earlier this year on the social networking site Facebook.

Spouting xenophobic abuse towards a Polish woman Jesson writes “what u gonna do when we pull out of the EU an…

Sunday Times: Notts Police admit rounding up ‘usual suspects’

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ONE of Britain’s largest police forces is arresting people and branding them “suspects” without any evidence, a Whitehall study has found.

Police officers in Nottinghamshire — which in 2010 was named the worst performing force in England and Wales — have admitted in a Ministry of Justice (MoJ) investigation that after burglaries or other crimes they woul…

People's Assembly - the sequel

May 21, 2013 19:30

International Community Centre

62b Mandfield Rd

Nottingham

 

EDL splinter group to demonstrate in Lincoln

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EDL splinter group, the East Anglian Patriots (not to be confused with the East Anglian Patriotic Front or the People’s Front of East Anglia), have announced that they will hold a demonstration in Lincoln on Saturday 8th June at 1pm. They are protesting the building of a mosque on the site of a disused dairy because they don’t believe in freedom of religion.

NTU: Are more anti-social behaviour powers really neces

Are more anti-social behaviour powers really necessary?

Last week saw the Queen's Speech setting out the forthcoming legislative programme of the coalition government. In it was a commitment to bring forward legislation to 'tackle anti-social behaviour, cut crime and further reform the police'.

The result is a bill entitled the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill. It is the latest i…