Education on Trial: Join the Mutiny

Those interested in the campaign to Save Middlesex Philosophy may be interesting in attending Mutiny: Education on Trial at ULU tomorrow (Thursday, 4 November 2010) from 18.00 – 23.30.

Mutiny is about activists coming together to share ideas and practical skills. The audience define the event. So we are actively seeking speakers, school students, contributors, artists, primary school teachers, professors, trade union leaders and members, historians, social scientists, filmmakers, students and everyone who wants to fight the cuts! So join the mutiny!

Mutiny will discuss the future of education and help mobilise a huge and united march. University of London president Clare Solomon will host the Mutiny event on Thursday, November 4 at The Venue, ULU, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY.
A representative from the savemdxphil campaign will be speaking, along with an evening of debate and entertainment, including:

6pm – Speed Debating hosted by Mutineer Deborah

7 – 7.45pm: Schools Not For Sale
Comedian Grainne Macguire – A Level Lecturer Matthew Beggs – School Students Against the War – Primary school teacher Jess Horsfall gives us a 3 minute ‘braingym’ – Sh!t Theatre perform

8 – 8.45pm: University Challenged
Vicky Baars from NUS LGBT on campaigns & cuts – Bertie and Victoria from Really Open University – Ally Moss from the Middlesex Occupation – Alison Brumfitt performs poetry

9 – 9.45pm: Radical Education
Exclusive video interviews on radical education – Academic Gareth Dale – Academic Debra Benita Shaw on London freeschools – Activist Helen talks on autonomous students’ network

10pm – David Clinch – performs Shelley’s ‘The Mask of Anarchy’

Get tickets in advance on
Tickets also available on the door.

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