Marxism 2017

Archive - Marxism 2013

Wednesday 10th July 2013

2 - 3:15pm

  • What are the origins of capitalism?

  • By Nick Evans
  • Themes: The birth of Capitalism
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Radical roots of civil rights: the CP in the 1930s

  • By Kate Hurford
  • Themes: From Civil Rights to Blac
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Is the rate of profit falling?

  • By Joseph Choonara
  • Themes: Understanding the econom
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Is gender hardwired into our brain?

  • By Mette Hermansenn
  • Themes: Science and Society
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Is the media all powerful?

  • By Xanthe Whittaker
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • The end of oil: capitalism, fracking and the future of energy

  • By Jonny Jones
  • Themes: Marxism and the environment
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • South Africa and Marikana: the massacre that changed a nation

  • By Peter Hain
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • What is fascism?

  • By Zak Cochrane
  • Themes: Fighting fascism and th
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Opening rally: Crisis, austerity and resistance

  • By Jerry Hicks, Liz Kitching, Mireia Gargallo and oth
  • Venue: IE Logan

Thursday 11th July 2013

10 - 11:15am

  • How capitalism underdeveloped Africa

  • By Rhys Williams
  • Themes: Africa
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Irish republicanism today: The parliamentary road or a return to armed struggle?

  • By Colm Bryce
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Is the US economy reviving?

  • By Graham Turner
  • Themes: Understanding the econom
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Why you should read Das Kapital

  • By Mike Wayne
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Are people too selfish for socialism?

  • By Sadie Robinson
  • Themes: Is Socialism possible?
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Study circles, revolution and reaction: the Bolsheviks before 1917

  • By Sai Englert
  • Themes: A short history of Bolshevis
  • Venue: ULU 3B
  • Trotsky and Trotskyism today

  • By John Molyneux
  • Themes: A short history of Bolshevis
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Marxism and ecology

  • By Martin Empson
  • Themes: Marxism and the environment
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Freedom now! The struggle for civil rights

  • By Yuri Prasad
  • Themes: From Civil Rights to Blac
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • The uses and abuses of Antonio Gramsci

  • By Megan Trudell
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • What is class?

  • By Judith Orr
  • Course: Why the working class?
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Exploitation: where does profit come from?

  • By Mark Bergfeld
  • Course: A rough guide to Marxist economics
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Colonialism, resistance and the origins of Islamism

  • By Phil Marfleet
  • Themes: Understanding the Arab
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Are there too many people: Marxism and population

  • By Fred Pearce
  • Themes: Marxism and the environment
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Who benefits from the oppression of the global south

  • By Dean Ryan
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • The great French revolution

  • By Tony Phillips
  • Themes: Revolutions
  • Venue: ULU 3B
  • Booklaunch: Revolutionary syndicalism: Limits and Potential

  • By Ralph Darlington
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Why didn't captialism develop in the East?

  • By Talat Ahmed
  • Themes: The birth of Capitalism
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • The state, consent and coercion: A marxist analysis of the police

  • By Sarah Robertson
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Melenchon, the NPA, and the radical left in France

  • By Jim Wolfreys
  • Themes: Europe and the Eurozone Cri
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • What does the global working class look like today?

  • By Julie Sherry
  • Course: Why the working class?
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Fighting the BNP and EDL today

  • By Weyman Bennett
  • Themes: Fighting fascism and th
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Accumulation: the motor of capitalism

  • By Amy Leather
  • Course: A rough guide to Marxist economics
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Debate: Marxism and Ethics

  • By Paul Blackledge and Sean Sayers
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Socialists and the EU

  • By Charlie Kimber
  • Themes: Europe and the Eurozone Cri
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Britain 1910-14: The Great Unrest

  • By Raymond Morrell
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Marxism and mental health

  • By Beth Greenhill
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • The Russian revolution and the fight for womens liberation

  • By Angela McCormick
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Althusser and structuralist Marxism

  • By Marieke Mueller
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Raunch Culture and the new sexism; whats behind the backlash and how do we fight

  • By Sarah Creagh
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • How do workers become revolutionary?

  • By Joseph Choonara
  • Course: Why the working class?
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Class struggle in Africa today

  • By Baba Aye and Peter Alexander
  • Themes: Africa
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • What causes crises?

  • By Simon Guy
  • Course: A rough guide to Marxist economics
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Can the left reclaim the Labour Party

  • By Mark Thomas
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • After the Indignados: crisis and resistance in the Spanish state

  • By Miguel Sanz
  • Themes: Europe and the Eurozone Cri
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • 1968: the Fire last time

  • By Alan Kenny
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Two years on from the Arab Spring: Palestinian resistance then and now

  • By Riya Al Sanah
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Booklaunch: 11 days in August - the liberation of Paris

  • By Mathew Cobb
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Marxism and disability

  • By Rob Murthwaite
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • The murals of Diego Rivera

  • By Paul Le Blanc
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • The CP and the Minority Movement of the 1920s: lessons for today

  • By Julie Sherry
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • What is the real IS tradition?

  • By John Molyneux
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Thatchers Toxic Legacy and fighting the Tories today

  • By Judith Orr, Steve Hamill and others
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: IE Logan
  • Tunisia after Ben Ali

  • Themes: Understanding the Arab
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • The implosion of the contemporary capitalist system

  • By Samir Amin
  • Themes: Understanding the econom
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • After gay marriage; are we all liberated now?

  • By Julie Bremner
  • Themes: Fighting for LGBT liberation
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Chartism: the first mass workers movement

  • By Celia Hutchison
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Engels and the origins of womens oppression

  • By Sally Campbell
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Not just opium? Marx's analysis of religion

  • By Sue Caldwell
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • A Change is gonna Come: Soul and the civil rights movement

  • 9pm, The Venue Yuri Prasad introduces the soundtrack to a fight that changed the world.  With audio and visual clips. Followed by DJ and dancing. 
  • An Anna Blume (live music)

  • 1.15-1.45pm, outside logan Hall An improvised performance of Kurt Schwitter’s iconoclastic poem, An Anna Blume. With a piano solo by Steve Beresford followed by Adam Bohman improvising on various objects. Additional spoken texts drawn from the poem.
  • Bristol radical film presents The Hour of the Furnaces, Part 1

  • hour-of-the-furnaces9pm, venue tbc The Argentinian state was so scared of this documentary, they banned it for 14 years.   "A cool but furious examination of British and American neocolonialism [in Latin America] ...Here is no unbiased report, but a vivid, angry, indoctrination lesson, sometimes crude but always cinematic." - New York Times
  • The Condition of the Working Class

  • condition-of-the-working-class9pm, Jeffery Hall Mike Wayne and Deirdre O’Neill are from Inside Film, a project that teaches filmmaking to prisoners. They will introduce their new documentary The Condition of the Working Class.  Followed by a post screening Q&A.

Friday 12th July 2013

10 - 11:15am

  • What is autonomism?

  • By Doug Morgan
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Women, neoliberalism and austerity

  • By Hannah Dee
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Revolutionaries and social media

  • By Simon Assaf
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • The spirit of 45: can the Tories abolish the Welfare State

  • By Iain Ferguson
  • Themes: Defending the Welfare State
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Latin America: Chavez and 21st Century socialism

  • By Mike Gonzalez
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • The Bolsheviks and the Russian Revolution

  • By Emma Davis
  • Themes: A short history of Bolshevis
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Understanding the bureaucracy and the rank and file

  • By John McLoughlin
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Where does racism come from?

  • By Ken Olende
  • Themes: Racism and resistance
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Nine days that shook the world? The 1926 General Strike

  • By Ian Allinson
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Booklaunch: Capitalism and Sport: politics, protest, people and play

  • By Michael Lavalette, Jo Cardwell
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Where did it come from? The social and political roots of the Arab Revolutions

  • By Anne Alexander
  • Themes: Understanding the Arab
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Golden Dawn: the fascist threat in Greece

  • By Petros Constantinou
  • Themes: Fighting fascism and th
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • 100 years ago: The Dublin Lockout of 1913

  • By Paul O'Brien and John Newsinger
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Marx's method in Capital

  • By Alex Callinicos
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Can Marxism explain oppression?

  • By Judith Orr
  • Course: Marxism and the fight against oppression
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • A radical history of the NHS

  • By Candy Udwin
  • Themes: Defending the Welfare State
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • What could a socialist society look like?

  • By Stuart Curlett
  • Themes: Is Socialism possible?
  • Venue: ULU 3B
  • How can the unions win in Cameron's Britain?

  • By Liz Lawrence, Billy Hayes, Ian Hodson, Debs Gwynn
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Lenin, Luxemburg and the fight for the revolutionary party

  • By Jess Edwards
  • Themes: Leninism in the 21st Century
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Disabled people and the fight against austerity

  • By Roger Lewis and others
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions panel

  • By Jim Roche, Tom Hickey and others
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • State and Revolution

  • By Jo Cardwell
  • Themes: Leninism in the 21st Century
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Greece: Where next in the fight against austerity ?

  • By Panos Garganos
  • Themes: Europe and the Eurozone Cri
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Challenges for the left in Britain

  • By Charlie Kimber
  • Venue: IE Logan
  • Has the crisis transformed the nature of work

  • By Kevin Doogan
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Crisis of banking or crisis of capitalism?

  • By Alan Freeman
  • Themes: Understanding the econom
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Privilege theory; who benefits from oppression

  • By Esme Choonara
  • Course: Marxism and the fight against oppression
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Final solutions: Human nature, capitalism and genocide

  • By Sabby Sagall
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Booklaunch: The People Want; a Radical exploration of the Arab Uprising

  • By Gilbert Achcar
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • The Human Genome Project; New age of medicine or false dawn?

  • By John Parrington
  • Themes: Science and Society
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Vygotsky and how children learn

  • By Jane Bassett
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Hackgate: the Tories, Police and media corruption

  • By Simon Basketter
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Booklaunch: the decline of US dominance and alteratives to austerity

  • By Radhika Desai
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Exposing great police cove ups from Orgreave and Hillsborough to today

  • By Arthur Critchlow, Sheila Coleman
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Egypt, the Arab Spring and revolution today

  • By Sameh Naguib, Ghayath Naisse
  • Venue: IE Logan
  • War and revolution: Spain 1936

  • By Andy Durgan
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Debate: has neoliberalism changed the working class

  • By Joseph Choonara and Neil Davidson
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • How do we organise to end oppression?

  • By Jan Nielsen
  • Course: Marxism and the fight against oppression
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • 1989-91: The fall of communism

  • By Yunus Bahksh
  • Themes: Revolutions
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Who are the British?

  • By Maxine Bowler
  • Themes: Immigration and Britain toda
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Who was George Lukacs

  • By Rob Jackson
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Booklaunch: Toussaint Louverture: A play in three parts by CLR James

  • By Christian Hogsbjerg
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Orwell and the radical novel

  • By Alan Gibbons
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • How can we break the Blacklist?

  • By Michael Meacher, Dave Renton and another
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • South Africa after Marikana

  • By Rehad Desai and Peter Alexander
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Leninism in the 21st Century

  • By Alex Callinicos
  • Themes: Leninism in the 21st Century
  • Venue: IE Logan
  • Are we too late to stop climate change?

  • By Suzanne Jeffery
  • Themes: Marxism and the environment
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • How can we stop the Tories assault on welfare?

  • By Tommy Sheridan, Jane Aitchison, Eileen Short
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • 80 years on: could Hitler have been stopped?

  • By Michael Bradley
  • Themes: Fighting fascism and th
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Paris Commune of 1871

  • By Sarah Ensor
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Marxism and feminism today

  • By Helen Salmon
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • After Hobsbaum - peoples history or Gove's history

  • By Andy Stone, Katherine Edwards
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Bristol Radical Film presents Into the Fire

  • Sat, 9pm, venue tbc Reel News speaks to immigrants and refugees about their life in Greece as they try to defend themselves from exploitation and racist attacks, in the middle of a severe economic crisis.
  • South Africa after Marikana

  • Sat, 7pm, Jeffery Hall The massacre of striking miners at Marikana has shaken South African society to its core.  This meeting promises to be electric, with some of those directly involved in the miners’ fight for justice flying over to speak.
  • Tweets from Tahrir and The Factory

  • Tahrir SquareSat 9pm, Jeffery Hall These films from the Egyptian revolution give a fantastic insight into the dynamic and process that unfolded on the streets and the workplaces.   They will be followed by a Q&A with film maker Adib Nessim.
  • Woody Guthrie Hard Times and Hard Travelin’ with Will Kaufman

  • Will KaufmanSat 9pm, The venue This "live documentary" sets the songs of Woody Guthrie in the context of the American 1930s.   The show highlights Guthrie’s blending of music and politics.

Saturday 13th July 2013

10 - 11:15am

  • Crisis, austerity & cuts: Is there a future for social work?

  • By Michael Lavalette
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Darwin, Engels and the evolution of modern humans

  • By Paul McGarr
  • Themes: Science and Society
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Lincoln and the American civil war

  • By Pat Stack
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • 1972-74: When workers brought down the Tories

  • By Pete Jackson
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Who are UKIP?

  • By Paul Holborrow
  • Themes: Fighting fascism and th
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Why was the Russian Revolution defeated?

  • By Jamie Woodcock
  • Themes: A short history of Bolshevis
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • China: resistance, revolt and workers' struggle

  • By Charlie Hore
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Transphobia and resistance

  • By Laura Miles
  • Themes: Fighting for LGBT liberation
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • State capitalism

  • By Tomas Evans
  • Course: The International Socialist Tradition
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • What is the dialectic?

  • By Dan Swain
  • Course: A rough guide to the Marxist method
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Pop up unions and community branches: do we need different trade unions?

  • By Ian Bradley
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • History and future of Leninism

  • By Paul Le Blanc
  • Themes: Leninism in the 21st Century
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Globalisation: How has capitalism reorganised?

  • By Jane Hardy
  • Themes: Understanding the econom
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Immigration: the myths they use to divide us

  • By Charlie Kimber
  • Themes: Immigration and Britain toda
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • How can we stop the Tories wrecking education?

  • By Alan Gibbons, Jess Edwards & Downhills School camp
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Trotsky's Literature and Revolution

  • By Gareth Jenkins
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • The Iranian Revolution of 1979

  • Themes: Revolutions
  • Venue: ULU 3B
  • From confrontation to compromise: black politics in Britain today

  • By Gary McFarlane
  • Themes: Racism and resistance
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Do genes determine our behaviour?

  • By Jill Chanter
  • Themes: Science and Society
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • The permanent arms economy

  • By Estelle Cooch
  • Course: The International Socialist Tradition
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Labour, work and alienation

  • By Bea Kay
  • Course: A rough guide to the Marxist method
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • Left reformism, the state & the question of organisation

  • By Paul Blackledge
  • Themes: Leninism in the 21st Century
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • How do we turn the tide in the workplace?

  • By Michael Bradley
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Marxism & social movements

  • By Colin Barker and others
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Imperialism today

  • By Alex Callinicos
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Permanent revolution in the Middle East

  • By Sameh Naguib
  • Themes: Understanding the Arab
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Socialists and Scottish Independence

  • By Keir McKechnie
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Does the Eurozone face collapse?

  • By Mona Dohle
  • Themes: Europe and the Eurozone Cri
  • Venue: ULU 3B
  • Malcolm X, the Panthers and Black power

  • By Brian Richardson
  • Themes: From Civil Rights to Blac
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Abortion rights: How we won before, & how we can win again

  • By Sinead Kennedy, Mary Phillips & Marianne Owens
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Deflected permanent revolution

  • By Jo Cardwell
  • Course: The International Socialist Tradition
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Historical materialism

  • By Soren Goard
  • Course: A rough guide to the Marxist method
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • How can we stop the Tories destroying the NHS?

  • By Jackie Turner & others
  • Themes: Defending the Welfare State
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Syria: Imperialism and resistance

  • By Simon Assaf & Ghayath Naisse
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Sartre: between existentialism and Marxism

  • By Ian Birchall
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • A defining struggle: The Stephen Lawrence campaign 20 years on

  • By Hassan Mahamdallie
  • Themes: Racism and resistance
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Capitalism, work & the family

  • By Sheila McGregor
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Marxism & Doctor Who

  • By Sasha Simic
  • Venue: ULU 3A
  • Gramsci and the struggle for a revolutionary party

  • By Mark Thomas
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Is there a salariat?

  • By Esme Choonara
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Is science neutral?

  • By Amy Gilligan
  • Themes: Science and Society
  • Venue: IE Clarke
  • Who was Che Guevara?

  • By Dave Sewell
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • West African music of resistance

  • By Dave Randall
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • The Miner's Strike of 1984: a key moment in working class struggle

  • By Norman Strike & Paul Simons
  • Themes: Class struggle in Britain
  • Venue: IE Jeffery
  • Struggle against austerity in Europe

  • By Maria Stylou, Jesus Castillo & others
  • Venue: IE Logan
  • The origins of LGBT oppression

  • By Sara Bennett
  • Themes: Fighting for LGBT liberation
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • Obama: End of the American Dream?

  • By Jonathan Neale
  • Venue: UCU The Venue
  • Debate: Lessons of the German Revolution

  • By Ian Birchall & John Rose
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Pornography: What do socialists say?

  • By Amy Leather
  • Themes: Women's liberation
  • Venue: ULU 3C/D
  • Is there a dialectic in nature?

  • By Camilla Royle
  • Themes: Marxism and the environment
  • Venue: ULU 3E
  • Bristol Radical Film presents Who are the Angola 3?

  • Sun, 9pm, venue tbc This powerful documentary tells the true story of an continuing struggle for black freedom in America.  The Angola 3 have spent over 100 years in solitary confinement. Fitted up for a crime they didn’t commit, their real crime was becoming members of the Black Panthers.
  • Connor Kelly

  • Sun, 9pm, The Venue "Connor Kelly channels Allen Ginsberg and Patti Smith through infectious music hall piano melodies...  [He is] one of the most exciting artists to come out of Northern Ireland in years. One to watch." - Outburst Arts
  • Ten years on from the Iraq War - panel discussion and documentary

  • Stop the WarSun, 9pm, venue tbc Uzma Hussain introduces her documentary which looks at the largest demonstration in British history. Almost two million people converged on London and Glasgow for the protests organised by Stop the War Coalition. It’s a story of collective action which helped shape politics for the next decade.
  • The Miners’ Strike of 1984

  • OrgreaveSun, 7pm, Jeffery Hall In the year that Thatcher finally did the decent thing and died, this meeting will bring together participants from the Miners’ Strike to discuss a pivotal moment in Britain’s class war – and the lessons we must learn so that next time we win.

Sunday 14th July 2013

10 - 11:15am

  • The politics of Islamophobia

  • By Talat Ahmed
  • Themes: Racism and resistance
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • What is Keynesianism?

  • By Peter Dwyer
  • Themes: Understanding the econom
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • Is China the new superpower?

  • By Adrian Budd
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Marxism & Queer theory

  • By Colin Wilson
  • Themes: Fighting for LGBT liberation
  • Venue: IE Drama
  • The Ghetto Fights - 70 years since the Warsaw uprising

  • By John Rose
  • Themes: Racism and resistance
  • Venue: IE Elvin
  • After the horsemeat scandal: Capitalism and food

  • By Siobhan Brown
  • Venue: IE Nunn
  • What could a socialist revolution look like?

  • By Colin Barker
  • Venue: UCU Upper Hall
  • Closing Rally

  • By Charlie Kimber SWP National Secretary and others
  • Venue: IE Logan
  • Marxism 2013 After Party

  • 7pm The Venue, ULU, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY Join Abioye and Randall plus very special guests. Check back for details.