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Friday, August 28, 2009
End: 09:01
Start: 26 Aug 2009 - 12:01
End: 29 Aug 2009 - 09:01

Climate Camp reveals Swoop positions for Wednesday!

The swoop starting positions for the 2009 Camp for Climate Action have been revealed. Over a thousand people are expected to converge in central London outside multiple locations, before taking part in a ‘mass swoop’ sometime after 12 noon on Wednesday to begin the week-long Camp for Climate Action.
End: 21:00
Start: 28 Aug 2009 - 10:00
End: 29 Aug 2009 - 21:00
Royal Geographical Society / Institute of British Geographers Annual International Conference, 26-29 August 2009, Manchester Session: The Right to Stay Put: Contesting Displacement in Urban Regeneration / Development schemes (sponsored by the Participatory Geographies Working Group)
Saturday, August 29, 2009
End: 09:01
Start: 26 Aug 2009 - 12:01
End: 29 Aug 2009 - 09:01

Climate Camp reveals Swoop positions for Wednesday!

The swoop starting positions for the 2009 Camp for Climate Action have been revealed. Over a thousand people are expected to converge in central London outside multiple locations, before taking part in a ‘mass swoop’ sometime after 12 noon on Wednesday to begin the week-long Camp for Climate Action.
End: 21:00
Start: 28 Aug 2009 - 10:00
End: 29 Aug 2009 - 21:00
Royal Geographical Society / Institute of British Geographers Annual International Conference, 26-29 August 2009, Manchester Session: The Right to Stay Put: Contesting Displacement in Urban Regeneration / Development schemes (sponsored by the Participatory Geographies Working Group)
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Start: 16:30
End: 18:30
London's 2012 Olympics and Durban's 2010 World Cup. Space MM4 on Sun 30th 16:30-18:30 In July 2012, the Olympic Games will take place in London's East End. The success of the UK's Olympic bid has precipitated immense corporate 'redevelopment' in London, setting precedents that can be rolled out across the country. The chosen modes of 'redevelopment' entail gentrification and privatisation, all conducted at an accelerated rate that would have been impossible without the stimulus of the Games. The global 'Olympic movement' is increasingly being dominated by Multinational corporations. Currently, worldwide partners for the London Games include corporations such as Coca Cola and McDonald's, while the official partners include BP, BA and EDF
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Start: 15:00
End: 17:30
Abahlali baseMjondolo http://www.lcap.org.uk/?p=158 Abahlali baseMjondolo the shack dwellers movement from South Africa visit Hackney

BENEFIT Fri 4 Sept

7.30pm-2am@ the Belgrade Social Centre, 2a Belgrade Rd, London N16 8DJ
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Start: 11:04
End: 20:12
http://www.hackneywickfestival.org.uk