Roger Waters Webinar August 8, 2022

RSVP to get Zoom info to join this free public webinar on matters of war, peace, art, and activism with Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters.

There will be a presentation by Roger Waters, followed by Q&A.

The event begins
August 8 at 9 a.m. in Honolulu, noon in Los Angeles, 2 p.m. in Mexico City, 3 p.m. in New York, 8 p.m. in London, 10 p.m. in Moscow.
And August 9 at 7 a.m. in Auckland.

Sponsors: Project for the Study of American Militarism, World BEYOND War, Women Against Military Madness, CODE PINK, Veterans For Peace, Andy Worthington, Mondoweiss, Just Peace Advocates / Mouvement Pour Une Paix Juste,,

— The Team


15 January 2018 — The Peoples Assembly

Emergency Demonstration
12pm, Saturday 3 February 
Assemble Gower Street Central London WC1

Share and invite your friends here: Facebook Event
Download and submit the Model Motion for support here.

The People’s Assembly and Health Campaigns Together have teamed up again to respond to the worst NHS crisis in history.

We’re calling on everyone; all campaigns and local groups, all round the country – to come down to London and demand proper funding, beds and full staffing levels on fair pay.

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John Pilger – The Power of Documentary – Selected life works at the British Library

9 November 2017 — John PilgerThe British Library

John Pilger’s films have been credited with drawing public attention to human rights crises, the impacts of wars and abuses of power by governments and corporations.

John will be speaking on both days. Due to demand, tickets are now bookable for single or half days or for the whole weekend:

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NOT ONE DAY MORE – #ToriesOut National Demonstration, London 1 July 2017

29 June 2017 — People’s Assembly

Only two more days till we take our protest and party to the streets of central London. Major artists will perform along side leading campaigners and politicians.

NOT ONE DAY MORE – #ToriesOut National Demonstration 
Sat 1 July – Assemble 12pm, BBC Broadcasting House, London, W1A 1AA
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Welfare not Warfare, Don’t Bomb Syria – Sat 28 November / March for Climate Justice / Stop Austerity

27 November 2015 — The Peoples’ Assembly

The next two weekends will see three important events. Please do all you can to get to them and spread the word. 

Protest: Welfare not Warfare, Don’t Bomb Syria – Sat 28 November

syria_1.jpgThe government tells us there’s no money for our welfare state, education and public services but billions can always be found for war. The proposed vote in Parliament on bombing Syria by British forces is likely to take place within the next week. A vote to bomb is more likely following the terrible events in Paris. Yet this bombing will not stop terror attacks. The People’s Assembly is opposed to military response and is supporting the Stop the War Coalition day of action. Protests will take place this Saturday around the country.

Click here to find a protest near you

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Sun Ra’s Solar Archestra Live in London!

2 June 2014 — Cafe OTO

I don’t often do this, advertise a gig but Sun Ra’s Solar Archestra has to have an exception made for it. I went to one gig at Cafe Oto a couple of years back and although Sun Ra relocated to the celestial sphere some while ago, the Archestra, under the direction of Marshall Allen, who as been with the Archestra since the very beginning, is, as they say, kickin’ arse! So, if you live in or around London this month, why not check it out.

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Event: Prepare for Troublemakers

29 April 2014 — Bishopsgate Institute

For those of you in London and surrounds, this might be of interest to you:

What is worth the trouble?
Throughout history there have been those who sought to change the world and in doing so were labelled troublemakers. But are they always radical, extreme, revolutionary or even violent? Are they always anti-establishment or left-wing? Has social media changed the way people protest? Continue reading

Manifesto instalment out now: States of imagination

14 March 2014 – Lawrence and Wishart

Out now: Next Soundings manifesto instalment

States of imagination (PDF)
Janet Newman and John Clarke

Many people associate the state with bureaucracy or even repression, and have no time for current politicians. But the state also looks after us – in hospitals, schools, social services – and could enable us to better control unscrupulous business and banks. Can we imagine a more responsive state?

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