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OCCUPY! RESIST! PRODUCE! Screening

OCCUPY! RESIST! PRODUCE! Screening

It was a great time last night checking out Dario Azzellini’s film Occupy Resist Produce about the RiMaflow factory. Missed the movie? Never fear – you can watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyhVdoK1g10 There’s also more info about the RiMaflow factory on their website here: http://www.rimaflow.it/ Thanks for coming along and we look forward to hosting […]

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

GET SMART! The People’s Review of the Intelligence Agencies

GET SMART! The People’s Review of the Intelligence Agencies

A special event hosted by the DUNEDIN FREE UNIVERSITY Where: Dunedin Civic Centre / Fringe Space / enter on George Street When: 11/08 6pm The Government’s review of the intelligence agencies is widely seen as hobbled before it even begins, but it does provide us with the impetus to review the intelligence agencies ourselves. Come […]

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 […]

27/5 SCREAMING QUEENS: THE RIOT AT COMPTON’S CAFETERIA screening

27/5 SCREAMING QUEENS: THE RIOT AT COMPTON’S CAFETERIA screening

This month we wrap up the feminism and gender series with a film screening and discussion. The film is Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton’s Cafeteria (dir. Susan Stryker 2005). It looks at a key moment in the history of Queer and trans* activism in the USA – a fightback by a group of transgendered […]

AMIRA HASS audio now online!

AMIRA HASS audio now online!

Hi everyone! Did you miss the Amira Hass lecture last week? Never fear, we recorded it and you listen to it / download it here http://www.mediafire.com/listen/f6jytvntbwyaph8/amira_hass.mp3 Let us know what you think! Rosie

MAHDIS AZARMANDI reading list

Last month, we were lucky enough to host MAHDIS AZARMANDI speaking on ‘Being and Becoming a radical feminist of colour*’. Mahdis has kindly put together a list of some of the writers / reading that she mentioned in her presentation. Click through for more info, or pdfs where available. Thanks Mahdis! Ali Shariati Fatemah is […]

29/4 AMIRA HASS: Reporting from the front line in Palestine

This month, we are throwing our support behind the Otago Uni branch of the Tertiary Education Union‘s event: AMIRA HASS: REPORTING FROM THE FRONT LINE IN PALESTINE. Amira Hass is an Israeli journalist for Haaretz and she will be delivering a public lecture in Castle 1, Uni Otago, from 6pm on Wednesday 29th April. Please […]

Rebecca Stringer’s FEMINISM, RAPE LAW AND THE DIFFEREND slides

Hi everyone, Thankyou for making the event last Wednesday so fantastic! Our speaker, Rebecca Stringer, has kindly shared her powerpoint slides with us. Please see attached! ~rosie~ DFU Talk (Feminism, Rape Law, Differend)

READING for Rebecca Stringer’s Presentation 25th March 2015

Hi everyone, Rebecca has generously provided us with some reading to prepare you for her talk on 25th March 2015 (6pm at none gallery). The article is titled ‘Vulnerability after Wounding: Feminism, Rape Law, and the Differend’ and was published in Substance (132) 42:3, pp 1-21. Check it out as Rebecca’s talk will be focusing […]