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Urgent: legal challenge to fracking

Target £10,000 by Apr 28th, 2019, 1pm

Woodsetts Against Fracking urgently need funds to appoint experts for a public inquiry. Ineos Shale claim to listen to the communities where they want to frack but despite 90+% disapproval and less than 1% in favour in the village of Woodsetts, plus two pl...

Animal Farm worker vacancy

Closing Date: 3rd April 2019

The Sheffield Council Animal Farm based in Graves Park which looks after rare and domestic breeds is seeking a new worker. Permanent position, 15 hours per week. Full details below.Sheffield City Council...

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14th February 2019

Course: Sheffield Activism - Rebellion to Cold War

Thu 17/24 Jan - Thu 28 Mar 2019, Voluntary Action Sheffield (The Circle), 33 Rockingham Lane, S1 4FW

A course on Sheffield´s long history of people´s activism, run by the WEA (Workers´ Educational Association). Tutor (and activist) Nigel Slack will cover the period 1500-1950 in this series of 2-hour sessions.

NOTE you can choose 3pm or 6pm start time. Fee £87.50, all details on the link below, including downloadable full course information sheet. The course is suitable for beginners or improvers, no pre-reading is required.

Afternoon Course.
Evening Course.

Can There be Peace in Israel/Palestine Without Return of the Refugees?

Thu 14 Feb 2019, 6pm, University of Sheffield Arts Tower, Western Bank S10 2TN

A Panel discussion organised jointly by South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group, Sheffield Amnesty International, Sheffield Palestine Solidarity Campaign, and the Palestine Society of Sheffield University.

Speakers:

  • Salma Karmi-Ayyoub, Criminal Barrister, and Co-Chair of Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights

  • Prof Ralph Negrine, Emeritus Professor of Political Communication, whose research includes TV coverage of the 2009 UK government expenses scandal, and post-war Jewish immigration to Israel from Arab lands.

Sheffield Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Film: "Value X Values"

Thu 14 Feb 2019, 7pm-10pm, Regather, 57-59 Club Garden Rd. S11 8BU

An inspiring documentary film about local food roots and discussion. From the first pioneering organic box schemes in the early 1990s to feeding cities through the UK local food movement, and what this might mean for the future. Regather Director Gareth Roberts will host a discussion on the topic of ‘Value & Values’ in the food system. In academic and policy research circles the Regather Box fruit and veg box scheme is recognised as a successful example of a ‘Values Based Food Chain’ (VBFC) which embodies local, co-operative and organic values within a local food system.

Tickets £5 from the link below.

Regather

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