North East London AWL

AWL North East London film showing

Date: 

18 August, 2013 - 14:00 to 17:00

Location: 

Menard Hall, Galway Street, London EC1V 3SW

Description: 

Details of film to be announced: call 07883 607 506.

£4/£8 on the door (waged/unwaged), includes food and drink.

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Culture and Reviews: 

Marxist Theory and History: 

Around the world: 

AWL North East London film showing - 'Paris Is Burning'

Date: 

24 February, 2013 - 15:30 to 18:30

Location: 

Menard Hall, 14 Galway Street, London EC1V 3SW

Description: 

Mark LGBTQ history month with AWL North East London. We're screening Jennie Livingston's documentary about drag culture in New York in the 1980s, exploring issues of gender, homophobia and transphobia, and racism.

£8/£4 (waged/unwaged), including food and drink.

More info: 07883 607506

Issues and Campaigns: 

Culture and Reviews: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

How to beat the racists - a North East London AWL open branch meeting

Date: 

8 September, 2011 - 20:30 to 22:30

Location: 

Room G8, Montefiore Centre, Hanbury Street (off Brick Lane)

Description: 

Following the mobilisation against the EDL's protest in Tower Hamlets, how can we build an anti-racist movement that can confront the far-right in the streets and provide socialist political answers to the issues that allow them to grow?

An open branch meeting of North East London AWL: all welcome.

Issues and Campaigns: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Meeting: The Battle of Cable Street 70 years on, and the battle against racism and fascism in Britain today

Date: 

4 October, 2006 - 20:30 to 22:30

Location: 

Indian YMCA, Fitzroy Square, W1 (nearest tubes Warren Street and Great Portland Street)

Description: 

With

  • Dave Rosenberg (Jewish Socialists' Group),
  • Assad Rehman (Newham Monitoring Project),
    and
  • Aubrey Morris (Cable Street veteran)

The meeting will also pay tribute to the late Reuben Goldberg, anti-racist campaigner, Jewish Socialists' Group member, trades unionist, and Newham Montoring Project activist, who died nine years ago.

Issues and Campaigns: 

Marxist Theory and History: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Public meeting to protest at the privatisation of the East London Line

Date: 

26 July, 2006 - 20:30 to 22:00

Location: 

Hospitality Room, Hackney Empire

Description: 

We want a public Tube for Hackney

Speakers include Bob Crow (General Secretary, RMT) and
Louise Christian (lawyer for rail crash victims

Organised by Hackney TUC and RMT London Transport Regional Council

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Trade Unions: 

OPEN DOORS: a benefit for immigration detainees

Date: 

24 June, 2005 - 20:30

Location: 

CHATS PALACE, 42 Brooksby's Walk, E9

Description: 

Organised by Hackney Refugee and Migrant Support Group

Music, dance, comedy and speakers and from around the world to raise money for refugees in detention in the UK.

A refugee week event starring Rob Newman and others.

£8 (£4 concs), free for refugees

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Nearest station: Homerton; bus routes 236, 242, 276, S2 and W15
Chats Box office: 020 8533 0227
Advance booking advised

Issues and Campaigns: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Child labour: discussion plus visit to exhibition, organised by North London No Sweat

Date: 

23 April, 2005 - 12:00

Location: 

Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green (meet at the information stand)

Description: 

Visit to the museum's exhibition on child labour, plus a meeting in the museum to discuss the issues. Children are welcome. During the exhibition they can play in the museum's soft play area with supervision.

You can download a PDF leaflet advertising this event here.

Issues and Campaigns: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

AWL North London branch meeting

Date: 

1 March, 2005 - 19:30

Location: 

Golden Lion, corner of Britannia St / Kings Cross road - near Kings Cross station

Description: 

The main discussion will be on Religious movements of the right and left, looking primarily at Christianity, from liberation theology to the US Christian right. The second in our series of three meetings about Religion and Politics.

Issues and Campaigns: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

AWL North London branch meeting

Date: 

22 February, 2005 - 19:30

Location: 

Golden Lion, corner of Britannia St / Kings Cross road - near Kings Cross station

Description: 

The main discussion will be on The politics of Hamas, introduced by Clive Bradley - part 1 of our series of discussions on Religion and Politics.

Issues and Campaigns: 

Around the world: 

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

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