RIGHT TO PROTEST MEETING
Following the arrests at the Notts Uncut “Christmas Special” and in light of the continuing prosecution of the “Atos Two” there is a need for people in Nottingham to get together to work out how we can effectively resist political policing.
To this end the Nottingham Defence Campaign are inviting people to an open meeting at the Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields, NG7 6HX, at 2pm on Saturday 14th January to discuss we want to respond. The meeting will be relatively informal and the agenda can be shaped by the specific concerns of attendees, but likely points of discussion include legal observing and support, court solidarity, further protests and wider publicity. Wheelchair access is on Beech Avenue entrance.
Event details: http://nottingham.indymedia.org/events/2298
Please come along or, if you can’t make it, spread the word.
An initiative has come out of Anarchists Against the Cuts to form a network aimed at fighting cuts and fostering community action in Forest Fields and Hyson Green and hopefully across Nottingham:
The Nottingham Solidarity Network will be forming soon! We are currently a group of community activists in the Forest Fields and Hyson Green area who want to form a network of local groups across the city. The aim of this network would be to support each other and show solidarity with one another. We are committed to local community ownership of our own resources, where people genuinely take back decision making for themselves. We have no party political agenda or time for the authorities.
There will be a meeting to decide how the network will take shape at the Sumac Centre on Tue 21st Dec, 7pm.
Article continues on Notts Indymedia: http://nottingham.indymedia.org.uk/articles/816
See also: Nottingham Against Austerity
Reminder – earlier in day on 21st at 12.30 there will be a protest in the Market Square against City Council care charges: