Tag: brighthelm centre
*Who benefits from war?*
1914 The arms manufacturers thrived at the cost of ordinary peoples’ lives.
2014 The arms manufacturers thrive at the cost of ordinary peoples’ lives.
1914 Which people tried to stop the war? What means of protest did they use?
2014 What are people doing now? 100 years later — to stop the arms trade –
to stop war? To stop the bankers profiteering from war?
.Chair:.Green Councillor Phelim Mac Cafferty
Green Parliamentary Candidate for Brighton Kemptown Davy Jones
Lindsey German — organiser of the million person march against the war on
Hannah Hills — expert on the Arms Trade
Naomi Foyle — spoken word artist
- Re-making Picasso’s Guernica. A group of activists and artists from various campaigns and organisations are remaking Picasso’s Guernica as a banner
- Badges making
- Kurdish acoustic music
- Short films about anti-fascism
- 4 workshops: British identity, UKIP, EDL and extreme far-right, how to set up and run an anti-fascist group
- Plenary talk around anti-fascism and what it means
Brighton & Hove Eco Energy is hosting an Eco Energy Fair on 15 October at the Brighthelm Centre. The event will help the people of Brighton & Hove to be better informed about how they can manage their energy requirements more efficiently. The exhibition will be open from 10am – 4pm and there is a programme of short talks and information sessions, which are free to visitors. Entry fee is £3, £2 concessions. We have four speakers confirmed on the programme. They will be talking about renewable energy and giving people some hints and tips to live a more energy efficient lifestyle. At least twenty exhibitors will be exhibiting their products and services which are all designed to educate visitors or help them to make informed energy choices.
Exhibitors include energy companies, environmental charities and Brighton-based businesses. This year, we are short of volunteers to run the event. If you would like to help, please come to our next meeting this Tuesday 20th September, at 7:30PM, in the foyer of the Old Ship Hotel.