International Centre for Labour Studies

Seminar series in Manchester

The following series of seminars have been arranged by the International Centre for Labour Studies, Manchester. All welcome. More information on 0161-275-4794.

  • 8th February
    Marika Sherwood on Claudia Jones: Anti-Racist Activist. (Claudia founded the Notting Hill Carnival in the late 1950s andwas active in CPGB)
    4pm in Room 3.51a, 3rd Floor, Williamson Building, Manchester University. (In association with the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Archive and Red Pepper)

  • 8th February
    John Pandit (Asian Dub Foundation) on Music, Activism and Politics
    7.30pm The Green Room, 54 Whitworth Street West, Manchester (In association with the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Archive and Red Pepper)

  • 15th February
    Neville Kirk on The Role of Class and the Power of Race: Socialist Attitudes to Race, Class and Empire 1899-1915
    4pm in Room 3.51a, 3rd Floor, Williamson Building, Manchester University. (In association with the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Archive and Red Pepper)

  • 22nd February
    Meg Allen on Women and Community; the 1984-85 Miners Strike
    4pm in Room 3.51a, 3rd Floor, Williamson Building, Manchester University

  • 1st March
    Elizabeth Wilson on Bohemians: The Glamorous Outcats From Early 19th Century to Today
    7.30pm The Green Room, 54 Whitworth Street West, Manchester (In association with Red Pepper)

  • 8th March
    Andy Flinn on The Women's Co-operative Guild: Gender, Class and the Peace Movement4pm in Room 3.51a, 3rd Floor, Williamson Building, Manchester University

  • 15th March
    Gary Daniels on Community Unionism Today
    4pm in Room 3.51a, 3rd Floor, Williamson Building, Manchester University

  • 22nd March
    Stephen Yeo speaking on Can New Labour Learn from Old Labour? Co-operatives and Mutual Enterprises
    4pm in Room 3.51a, 3rd Floor, Williamson Building, Manchester University

  • 5th April
    Hilary Wainwright on Participation and Power; Why Listening Is Not Enough
    7.30pm The Green Room, 54 Whitworth Street West, Manchester (In association with Red Pepper)

Posted: 23 January 2001