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June 2019

Revolution and reaction in Sudan and Algeria

8 June at 11:00 am1:00 pm
Room BG01, Brunei Gallery, SOAS

Join us on Saturday to hear activists from Sudan and Algeria discuss the paths these revolutions have taken, the next steps in the struggle from here, and what kind of revolutionary solidarity must be organised in Britain and around the world.

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Fighting the new racist agenda: Trump, Farage and the new far right

11 June at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
The Cock Tavern, 23 Phoenix Road
London, NW1 1HB
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Donald Trump and Nigel Farage are spearheading a populist surge rooted in anti-migrant racism. In the USA, the Democratic Socialists of America are fighting back, while Corbyn's Labour are making concessions. Join activists from Britain and the US to discuss what a socialist strategy to defeat the far right should look like.

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An alien existence

13 June at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Springfield House, Units 12-13, Springfield House, 5 Tyssen Street, Dalston
London, E8 2LY United Kingdom
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Alienation is the idea that in the past people lived in harmony, then some rupture left people feeling like foreigners in the world, but that this can be overcome for humanity to again live in harmony with itself and nature. To what extent is alienation a useful concept for Marxists? What does it explain and obscure?

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New climate movements

17 June at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Friends’ Meeting House Manchester, 6 Mount Street
Manchester, M2 5NS
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New climate movements including the Youth Strike 4 Climate and Extinction Rebellion have given new energy, urgency and visibility to climate campaigning, while more institutions acknowledge the climate emergency and proposals for Green New Deals multiply. What are the politics, potentials and limitations of the new movements? How can socialists best contribute?

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The New Authoritarians with David Renton

18 June at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft, 17-35 Jamaica Street
Bristol, BS2 8JP United Kingdom

In country after country, under the clouds of economic austerity and post-9/11 Islamophobia, the right is converging and strengthening. David Renton will be speaking about his new book, The New Authoritarians, in an event organised by Labour activists in Bristol.

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A radical Green New Deal?

19 June at 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Wood Green Social Club, 3-4 Stuart Crescent
London, N22 5NJ
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The Green New Deal (GND) is a powerful fusion of calls for action on climate with demands for decent jobs and habitable communities. Is it necessarily staked on destructive economic growth? Does it rely on elites for implementation? Can GND be made into a focal point for broader demands for liberation and redistribution?

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Youth Strike 4 Climate

21 June

The next youth strike over the climate emergency is on Friday 21 June, with events all round the country.

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Hong Kong on the brink?

27 June at 6:45 pm9:00 pm
St Margaret’s House, Old Ford Road
London, E2 9PL
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Five years after the Umbrella Movement, mass protests are again rocking Hong Kong. Despite this climbdown, the protests have not only continued but swelled dramatically. What are their chances of success – and how is the movement likely to develop now?

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Manchester rs21 discussion

29 June at 2:00 pm4:00 pm
Friends’ Meeting House Manchester, 6 Mount Street
Manchester, M2 5NS
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Meet up with rs21 supporters in Manchester. The discussion will be about whatever activism and political issues attendees raise.

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Tories in crisis: what comes next?

29 June at 6:00 pm8:00 pm
Fitzrovia Community Centre, 2 Foley Street
London, W1W 6DL
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rs21 is holding an open forum discussion on 29 June in Central London on the next few months in British politics and how the left can act strategically for maximum effect. Neil Davidson will kick off the discussion with an analysis of the roots of the crisis and its potential outcomes.

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