This event is hosted by SOAS PalSoc.
10th April 2019
Time: 6.30pm – 8:30pm
Speaker: Ronnie Kasrils
Location: SOAS University of London
SOAS main building, Kamran Djam Lecture Theatre (DLT 139)
London WC1H 0XG
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Continue reading Legacies of the Anti-Apartheid Movement
ON APRIL 3, in recognition of Trade Union support for the Anti-Apartheid Movement, every union member (and a guest of their choosing) is invited to visit free.
To enable working people to attend, opening hours will be extended until 8pm (last entry at 6:30pm).
From 6pm, there’ll be a book signing (London Recruits: The Secret War Against Apartheid, edited and compiled by Ken Keable) and a short talk (from 7pm) by two of the original London Recruits, Pete Smith (NEU) and Ken Keable (UNITE), followed by a Q&A and refreshments.
To attend on April 3 for free, simply mention your Union at the Front Desk.
To attend the talk or late opening (from 6pm), register at Eventbrite
If you can’t make it on April 3, there’s a special discount code, LR1250 that will be valid with any booking made through mandelaexhibition.com
Received from TUC LESE:
Windrush: Impact into Action Briefing Update is now accessible from the Serious About Solutions home page at https://www.seriousaboutsolutions.com
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Join Runners for Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund UK
PUT YOUR RUNNING SHOES ON & JOIN OUR TEAM OF RUNNERS.
2019 starts off with the fantastic collaboration between Diaspora Marketing Solutions UK and the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund UK.
The Vitality Big Half is taking place in London on Sunday 10 March 2019 – we still have a few charity places available!
For more info and to join our team of runners please contact Barbara Grillmaier on +44 20 3077 1231 or email@example.com
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Message from PSC:
We’ve won the right to challenge the Government in the Supreme Court over ethical divestment of local pension schemes.
If we win, this will be a huge victory not just for the global BDS movement, but for all those who believe in freedom of expression, democracy and justice.
But it will cost us £60k to get there. That’s why I’m writing to you today to launch our 2019 Fighting Fund appeal – please read on and give whatever you can.
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Open to EAST LONDON BLACK EDUCATORS from Newham, Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Barking and Dagenham, Tower Hamlets etc..
From the TUC:
CALLS TO ACTION
ACT NOW! Make a stand to end Modern Slavery
The International Labour Organization’s Protocol on Forced Labour could restore hope and freedom to millions of people trapped in modern slavery. But first it has to be ratified by countries around the world. Join 880 other supporters in the UK, including trade unionists, who have already signed up for the campaign calling on governments to ratify the Protocol by the end of 2018. (The UK has already ratified it, but there many more nations to go!)
Take action here
Supported by TUC:
EVENT: Nelson Mandela: The Centenary Exhibition 2018
A series of FREE events to mark the centenary of the iconic world leader
Now – until Sunday 19 August 2018
Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer, Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre, London SE1 8XX
This exhibition explores the life and times of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (1918 – 2013) and marks the centenary of his birth. It provides insight into Mandela’s journey from young freedom fighter to becoming the inspiration for an international movement against South Africa’s violent and oppressive apartheid system. The role of trade unions was also vital in the struggle and so unions are encouraged to attend these events taking place up until 19 August.
Two excellent speakers: Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.
Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils.
Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?
Essex Primary School
09h30 to 16h00
Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322