This year’s festival will be held at Tapeley Park, near Bideford, Devon from Friday 25 July – Sunday 27 July.
GR is always keen to support new initiatives in the anti-capitalist movement. When those initiatives create new alliances and working relationships, we are especially keen to support.
The plebs and PIIGS of London (Londoners from Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain) greet the toffs, politicians, bankers and business ‘leaders’ at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet.
Sometimes things come together. Everything clicks into place, the stars are all lined up or something.
Activists from Foil Vedanta joined the Carnival of Dirt to protest against Vedanta, a UK based mining corporation with fingers in other pies…
Here is our provisional timetable for 2012. Things may change so please check back here for updates.
Rio de Janeiro, the Cidade Maravilhosa, the home of Christ the Redeemer, is the birthplace of the United Nations Earth Summit.
When our friends in Occupy, CorpWatch, Mines and Communities, Crocodyl, the London Mining Network and Foil Vedanta announced the Carnival of Dirt we thought it deserved bigging up.
Seven NHS trusts are on the brink of bankruptcy due to their “sky-high” PFI commitments. The Department of Health has been forced to set up a bailout fund of £1.5 billion to ensure their survival.
PFI now costs each UK household £13,000 a year, according to a report by the Intergenerational Foundation. PFI debt now stands at £239 billion, nearly 25% of the entire national deficit.
The police murder an innocent man, then let Tottenham burn. The real story, told by local people who were there.
Prof. David Harvey talks to Occupy London Stock Exchange about the Crisis and the Occupy Movement.
In the continued battle over a 35% pay cut and the tearing up of the national agreement, rank and file sparks battle through police lines to hold pickets at 5 building sites, occupy Cannon St. station and visit the occupation at St. Pauls.
As part of our War on PFI campaign we are holding a meeting to expose and take action against the profiteering of Public funds under the the Private Finance Initiative. All welcome.
The tentacles of global private finance are slithering into one of the world’s most vulnerable communities and beginning to take a grip of its institutions.
Preparations are well underway for the ‘People First, Not Finance’ mobilisations against the g20 meeting in Cannes from the 1-5th November. Here is the latest timetable of actions and events.
Globalise Resistance will soon be announcing a public forum examining the money sapping scheme of PFI, which is costing the UK taxpayer hundreds of millions of pounds every year, and which escapes the attention of government cuts.
It’s not rocket science to work out why things are kickin’ off here at the moment. Our checklist of the real criminal activity.
GR’s first ever festival of resistance was a beautiful and fascinating event, taking political learning, discussion and planning to an entirely different environment.
Call for protest at the Vedanta AGM 2011, 3pm on 27th July, Queen Elizabeth II conference centre, London, SW1P 3EE.
Join The Reverend Billy and & The Church of Earthalujah in an exorcism of the evil spirit of BP at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall on Monday 18 July, 5.30.
Over 3000 Chilean students take to the streets of Santiago to stage a mass zombie protest over higher education reforms.
It’s festival time of year and GR is helping itself to a hefty chunk of the action. Make sure you keep Friday 8 – Sunday 10th July free for the best event of the summer.
We thought you should listen to the File on Four Radio broadcast from the BBC on PFI. It’s a pretty damning piece of journalism by Jerry Northam.