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Archive for 6. Dezember 2010

Filmbericht von der Demo für das selbstverwaltete Zentrum „Hotel am Kalkberg“ (HaK) in Bad Segeberg am 26. November

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. Dezember 2010

mehr zum Thema hier, hier und hier

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Sozialistischer Studentenbund/Hamburg (SSB/H): Basisgruppenarbeit an den Hochschulen (1980)

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. Dezember 2010

Basisgruppenarbeit an den Hochschulen (pdf-Datei, 4,39 mb), eine 30 Jahre alte Broschüre der KB-nahen Hochschulgruppe Sozialistischer Studentenbund/Hamburg (SSB/H) mit Interviews und Berichten aus Frankfurt/Main, West-Berlin, Darmstadt, Osnarbrück, Bochum, Tübingen, Kiel und Hamburg:

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StudentInnen und ArbeiterInnen gemeinsam gegen das Sparpaket?!

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. Dezember 2010

eine unterstützenswerte Initiative, gefunden auf der Webseite der NCA£C

Students and London Underground workers: statement of mutual solidarity

We the undersigned representatives of student campaigners and London Underground workers wish to publicly state our support for each other’s current struggles against funding cuts, tuition fees and Tube staffing cuts. (Sign this statement by emailing janine.booth@btopenworld.com)

We are fighting to defend two essential public services – education and transport – which we believe should be publicly-provided, fully funded and accessible to all. Both services face intense attack under a government hellbent on vicious public sector cuts.

Students, together with other public transport users, believe that Tube stations should have enough staff for us to travel easily and safely around the capital. London Underground workers support the principle of access for all to further and higher education, and know that many working-class people – including our own kids – will be unable to attend university or college if to do so means taking on a massive debt.

London Underground workers have now taken four days of strike action against the loss of 800 jobs, mainly on stations, as well as other industrial action. Students have repeatedly protested against cuts and fees, walking out of schools and colleges, demonstrating in huge numbers, and occupying universities. Both groups know that if we do not defeat this round of attacks, there will be more to come.

As we fight these cuts, we take inspiration from knowing we are not the only ones taking action. We encourage students and Underground workers to send each other messages of support, and to visit and support each others’ pickets and protests.

In particular, we encourage everyone to attend:
* protest against cuts and fees, Thursday 9 December (the day of the vote in Parliament), assemble 10:00 at ULU, Malet Street – rally at 15:00, Victoria Embankment
* protest against London Underground job cuts, Wednesday 15 December, 09:30, City Hall (as Mayor’s Question Time takes place)

Initial signatories:
Janine Booth, Secretary, RMT London Transport Regional Council
Steve Hedley, RMT London Transport Regional Organiser
Simon Hardy, National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts
Joana Pinto, National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts
Ed Maltby, National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts

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