Tag Archives: student protest

Goldsmiths in Occupation

21 March 2011
Goldsmiths students occupy management building in solidarity with the lecturers strike. Aims and demands plus press release and messages of solidarity here.

March For the Alternative

Jobs, Growth, Justice
26 March 2010
11:00 am, Victoria Embankment to Hyde Park

Government spending cuts will damage public services and put more than a million out of work. They will hit the vulnerable, damage communities and undermine much of what holds us together as a society. Ministers say there is no alternative. But both of the government’s two key decisions are political choices, not economic necessity. That is why it is the March for the Alternative – an alternative in which rich individuals and big companies have to pay all their tax, that the banks pay a Robin Hood tax and on in which we strain every sinew to create jobs and boost the sustainable economic growth that will generate the prosperity which is the only long term way to close the deficit and reduce the nation’s debt.

Strike Rallies

Tuesday 22 March 2010 and Thursday 24 March 2010
12:00 pm, Goldsmiths Library

The Students’ Union and the UCU will be holding strike rallies outside the library on Tuesday and Thursday. Do come along and show your support, it will also be an opportunity to hear from the lecturers, and news from other picket lines across the country.

Student Support Meeting

What Can Students Do Next Week to Support Lecturers?
Monday 21 March 2010
6:00 pm, Stephen Lawrence Room, Goldsmiths SU

This meeting has been called to discuss how students can offer practical help on the strike days.

Staff-Student Meeting

Discuss the Ballot
Wednesday 9 March 2011
2:00 pm, Stephen Lawrence Committee Room

Open student-staff Q+A meeting to discuss the outcome of the UCU national ballot for industrial action and the next steps. Please come, and please also spread the word.

International Student Protest

A Discussion
Wednesday 16 March
6:00 pm, Richard Hoggart Building 137

The Sociology Department, including both postgraduate students and staff, will lead a discussion on international protest. Alberto Toscano will provide an overview of European student protest while Vic Seidler who will provide a historic context for our current context. We expect this to be a full discussion and invite all interested participants.