[Ssf] Uni social forum?
dan at aktivix.org
Tue Nov 30 18:14:04 GMT 2004
Not wanting to be suspicious or anything - but has Worker's Power been
involved in the Shef Uni SF - and if so, why are you not taking any part
in Sheffield Social Forum any more?
Just a friendly question; please don't take offence!
Alison Higgins wrote:
>Hi all, long time no speak!
>There is an embryonic social forum at Sheff uni - they're having a
>meeting tomorrow! They know about the meeting at the weekend and at
>least some of them are planning to attend so you can discuss the pros
>and cons then. However, some students clearly think that People and
>Planet isn't enough.
>From: ssf-bounces at lists.aktivix.org
>[mailto:ssf-bounces at lists.aktivix.org] On Behalf Of Dan
>Sent: 30 November 2004 17:07
>To: ssf at aktivix.org
>Subject: [Ssf] Uni social forum?
>On a uni social forum - the calculation here is that most of the people
>who would be interested are already likely to be doing things with
>People and Planet. P&P's working methods are very similar to social
>forums', and it would be a shame to make a group that took away from
>The alternative would be for there to be a group that worked towards an
>'event' at the Uni that had all the various political groups taking
>Has anyone contacted Celia / P&P about the weekend?
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