February 1, 2011
Here is the first part of the report from the 1st National Assembly for Education. The rest of the report willbe uploaded soon. Student Session – Proposals voted on Occupations Occupations are one of a range of actions that activists can use. Occupations should hit leaders of institutions and budgets. They should include direct action. […]
January 28, 2011
A proposal to the National Assembly for Education The Assembly comes out of the almost unprecedented wave of student protests at the end of 2010, and the need to coordinate between the 50 occupations in universities and colleges that acted as organising hubs for this movement. Occupations Now that MPs have voted to lift the […]
January 27, 2011
Please see below the invitation video to the National Assembly for Education. It’s a little pixelated, though, but hopefully digestible nonetheless.
January 22, 2011
Please add comments or suggestions about where next for the campaign and ideas for discussion at the National Assembly.
January 21, 2011
National Assembly for Education Sunday 30th January, 11am-5pm, The Quad, LSE, Houghton Street, WC2A 2AE The protests, walkouts and occupations of last term were just the first chapter in a much longer struggle for the right to education and against Con Dem austerity. In 2011 as university managements gear up to implement massive fees increases […]
January 11, 2011
Chairs’ Report In Attendance: Jamie Woodcock (Manchester Occupation Representative) and Charlotte Gerada (LSESU General Secretary) C0-Chaired the meeting 20+ individuals: representatives of anti-cut groups and unions Discussions and Decisions Made: The agenda was agreed to by all who attended; there was a report back from the previous meeting by one of the chairs, then it […]
January 11, 2011
The Chair’s report by Jamie Woodcock (Manchester Occupier) and Andrew Sanchez (LSE Occupier) …Report from the Coordination meeting of a National Assembly of Education On Tuesday 14th December, around 70 students from a variety of institutions attended a meeting at the LSE to coordinate a national assembly of education. Present at the meeting were groups […]