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BREAKING THE FRAME

A GATHERING ON THE POLITICS OF TECHNOLOGY

2nd - 5th May 2014

Unstone Grange, Derbyshire

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Organised by Luddites 200, Corporate Watch, and Scientists for Global Responsibility

Reclaim the Power gathering 8-9 February

Earth First! Winter Moot 7-9 March 2014: programme up

A weekend gathering for people involved or want to know more about ecological direct action around the UK including fighting opencast coal, fracking, GM, nuclear power, new road building and quarries with discussions and campaign planning - emphasis on the tactics and strategies, community solidarity and sustainable activism.

Chants of ‘No Nukes’ Echo in Streets of Tokyo’s Shibuya and Harajuku Districts

Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 4.42.55 PMWith an eye to getting their message out to young people, demonstrators calling for a departure from nuclear power on Sept.

Action AWE Disarmament Camp & Blockade

25th August 2013

Directions and details here.

Update - 2nd September - big blockade

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Memorial at Greenham Common bulldozed

27.8.13

I have just heard via a local woman that the memorial to the sisters who protested outside the Greenham Common Nuclear site from 1982 until the government was forced to remove the nuclear cruise missiles located there has today been removed by the owners of the Greenham Common Enterprise Centre that owns the site. 

 

Anti-nuclear Power Protesters ‘Drop Dead’ on 700th day of Kudankulam Stir

15 July 2013 On the 700th day of their protest against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP), villagers of Idinthakarai in Tamil Nadu “dropped dead” on the roads in a symbolic gesture, an anti-plant activist said Monday

EARTH FIRST! SUMMER GATHERING 2013

EARTH FIRST! SUMMER GATHERING 2013 website all information is now up at http://efgathering.weebly.com.

Gathering Dates 7th-11th August,

Location - SE England (nearest station Bexhill)

Faslane Peace Camp update

As you may know Faslane Peace Camp recently put out an appeal for new members. Fortunately the publicity has generated more people moving to the camp and the good news is that it now looks like the peace camp is not going to close at this crucial time in the debate about nuclear weapons in Scotland.