Join the Global Justice Now youth network for a day of discussion, debate, live performance and movement building. Open to anyone under 28.
2-7pm, Saturday 1 April
The Stretch Bar, Goldsmiths Students Union, University of London, SE14 6NW.
Followed by an after-party at the Amersham Arms until late (details to come).
Malia Bouattia (President, NUS) - Owen Jones (The Guardian) - Aaron Bastani (Novara Media) - Globe Poets - Nick Srnicek (co-author, Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Beyond Work) - Tatiana Garavito (migrant rights activist, HOPE not hate) - Nick Dearden (Global Justice Now)
Sessions include: migrant solidarity – understanding corporate trade deals – alternatives to capitalism – Stop Trump youth organising assembly – spoken word and live music
This is a national event for people across the country - we are organising some free accommodation for pepole outside of London. If this would help you, let us know on the booking form below.
In the US, UK and beyond we’re seeing politics lurch ominously to the right. Trump’s racist attacks on migrants, from Muslims to Mexicans, are met with an invitation to the UK for a full state visit. Inequality continues to grow and the super-rich remain as powerful as ever. Meanwhile today’s youth face a future of debt, precarious work and a hostile political climate they did not create.
But from the Women’s March to Black Lives Matter to the anti-Trump protests, a powerful wave of resistance is building – with young people from all backgrounds at the centre. If we come together to share ideas, educate ourselves and organise mass action, we can pose a real challenge to the powerful.
Join the Global Justice Now youth network and a host of artists, activists, thinkers and organisers for an inspiring day of discussion, debate, performance and action planning.
It’s time to rise.
Beats not Borders
We Rise will be followed by Beats not Borders, an after party at the Amersham Arms, 388 New Cross Road, SE14 6TY. Share this event on Facebook
Check out headliner Karnage - a roof-raising, high-energy queer grime artist
Also featuring Jai’Rouge - New school rap with old school soul and dancehall influences | Dream Jazz Collective - neo-soul band | live poetry and DJs (more to be announced).
8 ‘til Late. Free or suggested donation of £3 - 5.