|History of Struggle: Glasgow Coming soon film.|
Self-Determination and Power Event, Pearce Institute from 1990 The complete Workers City on-line
The Glasgow Keelie“We say that any culture that is not driven by social justice is a sick shallow worthless culture” Keelie April 1990
Andy Wightman, author of recently released book ‘The Poor Had No Lawyers’, will participate in a debate with Robert Rennie, Professor of Conveyance and Dr. Andrew Cumbers, Reader in Geographical Political Economy, both at Glasgow University on the subject of the inequities of land tenure in Scotland and possibilities for reform
Part 2 LEGUP – Linthouse Elder Park Govan Urban Planters – Community Gardening Group – Update on the garden. Come down any Saturday have a look round all welcome
The author of Who Owns Scotland and The Poor had no Lawyers, is an independent writer and researcher on issues of land and democracy with a particular interest in community land rights…
Is involved with Scottish land reform especially on Eigg and campaigned successfully against the Harris superquarry in Lingerbay.>
Some folks from Glasgow will be visiting the city farms in Detroit this the summer. Any ideas communications and knowledge appreciated. If you want to know anything or have some gems to share let us know
Sorry it was 1975 no 1976 when you hear it.
Citizens Archive Project
Held at the Glasgow Reshuffle, Govan. Bill Fraser talks about the “Citizens Archive Project” where you can find out about researching Glasgow’s Common Good. Website soon. Details contact Bob.
Maryhill Anti Cuts Conference
A group of residents in North west Glasgow have got together to fight the cuts and defend services locally.We are now having regular organising meetings and have begun mapping the area to get a clear picture of how the cuts will affect our local area
So what is the Common Good anyway? “Free Line Collective” animation inspired by the Common Good
Towards a new concept of citizenship By James Boggs1976
This pamphlet was originally a speech given by James Boggs to the graduate class in the School of Architecture at the University of Michigan on November 9, 1976. However, it is of interest to all of us concerned with the rapidly deteriorating quality of life in this country. (US)
Glasgow university students are currently occupying a building against the attacks by the university administration on the Hetherington research club and the cuts agenda of the government and the council.
Library closures in the “Big Society”
Privatise the national debt – Prof. Greg Philo
Archive from old site Page 3.
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