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In the summer of 2005, while the G8 met in Scotland and made promises that have yet to be kept, a people’s movement was born in Edinburgh. Under the banner of “Make Poverty History” a quarter of a million people marched on Edinburgh’s streets calling for an end to man-made poverty through changes to a glaringly unjust global trade system and a suffocating debt burden. The following day the G8 alternatives conference was held. Since then, the Edinburgh World Justice Festival has continued to keep world justice issues on the agenda in our city. For more information, go to www.ewjf.org.uk or email info@ewjf.org.uk Find us on Facebook and follow us on twitter @edworldjustice
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Edinburgh World Justice FestivalJuly 24th, 2017 at 8:27am
The fallout after every political event for the last decade or so has been a worrying shift to the right in this country and indeed globally. The Muslim Women's Association of Edinburgh (MWAE) and the Radical Independence Campaign (RIC) invite you to a evening of discussion, sharing ideas and myth busting.
We are delighted to announce that we have two great speakers to introduce our discussion.

They are Smina Akhtar, a PhD researcher at the University of Bath where she is studying the impact of the Prevent strategy in Scotland and Zareen Taj from MWAE, a community activist and Stop the War campaigner.

Join them on Wed 26 July, at Augustine United Church.
Edinburgh World Justice Festival
Edinburgh World Justice FestivalJuly 24th, 2017 at 8:27am
Join #GlobalJusticeNow and their campaign against the Daily Mail.
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Edinburgh World Justice Festival shared The Permaculture Community Classroom's event.July 24th, 2017 at 8:27am
Edinburgh World Justice Festival
Edinburgh World Justice Festival shared The Permaculture Community Classroom's event.July 24th, 2017 at 8:27am
Interested in #permaculture, but don't know how to get more hands-on?

Join the Permaculture Community Classroom. All you need is to come with an idea, a resource or a topic of discussion which you would like to share. If you don't have one, just come with an open mind and willingness to learn.

 

 

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