Archive 9

Reshuffle May 17th(Video)
The Radical Independent Bookfair will be setting up stall along with a whole host of activities, talks, films, groups and who knows. You can be part of it – help make the day as good or better than the last one. That’s the challenge. Make community work – be part of it. Look out for updates here soon.

Workshops for an active creative community
Woodside Halls, Sunday 1st June, 3pm Glenfarg St. / Clarendon St.

Saturday 24th May 10am-4pm Common Good is the name given to the inherited property of the former burghs of Scotland. This land and assets still exist and still belong to the people and could be a significant resource for regenerating local communities.. Common Good expert Andy Wightman will be in attendance along with others involved in campaigns throughout the country. Come and get involved in reclaiming the rightful inheritance of the people of Scotland. Spend the day withl those involved in reclaiming our Common Good. Discussions, talks, films….information to take away so you can become a Common Good The Canongate Project 8 St Mary’s Street Edinburgh (Just off royal mile)

CCA film night for the Dear Green Place
Communities, the Common Good and Climate Change – a film night for the Dear Green Place, at 7pm, Wednesday, 14th May 2008, CCA cinema (CCA 4) Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow Admission free

Rent Wars of East Harlem: It Takes a Village to Raise Hell
Movement for Justice in El Barrio (MJB), who are fighting off efforts by their new landlord to evict tenants from 47 rent-stabilized and rent-controlled buildings in East Harlem, also known as El Barrio. Since the 47 buildings were bought by Dawnay, Day Group, a privately owned British bank

Has society turned its back on itself?
Take a day out in Edinburgh with the weans, or go for a walk around the old town. A full program of fun from May 3 to 14 June Canongate Community Doing it for Themselves
The Tesco Public Local Inquiry (PLI)is starting on Tuesday 22 April at 10 am on City council premises ie Cafe George at 266 George St.

Stop Tesco owning Partick

All tomorrows Particks

Given to the PeopleFriday 18th April – Sunday 20th April

GalGael Boatyard for Google Map

As part of the Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Visual Art,
Artist Simon Yuill explores the story of Pollok Free State through film combining original footage, interviews with Free State participants, and specially composed music by Glasgow band Foxface.

Friday 18th April 2008, 7pm.

Special launch event, showing the film

with live music from Foxface.

Saturday 19th April 2008

Screenings of film. 1pm to 5pm.

Sunday 20th April 2008

Screenings of film and public discussion.

1pm to 5pm, talk starts at 3pm.

All events FREE

here Graham Meldrum Memorial Campaign

Fatal Accident Inquiry into the death of Graham Meldrum begins 17th March, Glasgow Sheriff Court