Monday, 17 February 2014

Direct Action Needs Organisation.

Campaign Strategies: 
Four Talks on Self-Organised Activism

FREE EVENT: Saturday 22nd February 2014 at Rivington Place, London, EC2A 3BA

      Celebrate the power of protest! Come along to Rivington Place and explore strategies for creating political pressure to further your cause. Learn how to galvanise groups into direct action from our afternoon of free talks.
      Find out more about the tools used by activists from photographs and DIY printing to tweeting. You’ll be able to see special campaign related archive material from The George Padmore Institute while New Beacon Books (Black culture specialists since 1966) will have a selection of publications to browse and buy.
     You can also visit our free exhibition Congo Dialogues: Alice Seeley Harris and Sammy Baloji to discover why Alice Seeley Harris represents one of the earliest human rights campaigners in the world, and how Sammy’s work exposes the ongoing need for activism

Join us for one or more of the following:

1pm – 1.45pm 
Analogue Activism: DIY before the Digital Era
2pm – 2.45pm 
Archives and Activism: Why are Archives and Records so Valuable for any Activist?
3pm – 3.45pm
Art and Activism: The Role of Art in Campaigning and Direct Action
4pm – 4.45pm 
Social Media Activism: A Guide to Online Tactics

Free event, we recommend booking in advance to ensure a place. To book, phone us on 0207 749 1240 or email

Rivington Place is in Shoreditch, London, and fully accessible. For directions please visit
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