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I KNOW THE “WHAT” BUT NOT THE “HOW”: A talk by Marian Hobbs

I KNOW THE “WHAT” BUT NOT THE “HOW”: A talk by Marian Hobbs

The next speaker in our Another World Is Possible series is Marian Hobbs. Marian was a Labour MP between 1996 and 2008. She is a passionate campaigner for nuclear disarmament and helped establish the Chippenham Commune. “The talk will be a quick trip through my varied experiences in searching for the HOW. They include setting […]

26/8: OCCUPY RESIST PRODUCE: RiMAFLOW a film screening on the occupation of MaFlow factory

26/8: OCCUPY RESIST PRODUCE: RiMAFLOW a film screening on the occupation of MaFlow factory

Join us for a film screening Rimaflow Occupy Resist Produce. RSVP here: A Film by Dario Azzellini and Oliver Ressler The Maflow plant in Trezzano sul Naviglio, located on the industrial periphery of Milan, was part of the Italian transnational car parts producer Maflow, one of the most important manufacturers of air conditioning tubes worldwide. […]

JOE LLEWELLYN audio now online!

JOE LLEWELLYN audio now online!

Click through to hear Joe Llewellyn’s talk on non-violence and anarcho-pacifism Note: there is a small glitch where the recorded played up about 30 mins in – my apologies! http://www.mediafire.com/listen/exwci4hakz4w5ex/joe_llewellyn.mp3

29/7 Creating a nonviolent world – Anarcho-Pacifism and the development of nonviolent space / a talk by Joe Llewellyn

29/7 Creating a nonviolent world – Anarcho-Pacifism and the development of nonviolent space / a talk by Joe Llewellyn

We kick off our new series Another World is Possible with a presentation by Joe Llewellyn on ‘Anarcho-Pacifism’. Joe is studying at the University of Otago’s Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies and is involved in the Dunedin Organisation for Global Nonviolent Action. This talk will have two parts: Firstly, I will discuss anarcho-pacifism, what […]

NEW VENUE: Lower Level of Dunedin Civic Centre

We are kicking off the next series Another World is Possible at a new venue! Dunedin Fringe have generously offered to host our monthly events at their space on the lower level of the Civic Centre on George Street. It’s the shop front where you might have noticed Fringe Fest and Film Fest installations in […]