Monthly Archives: September 2012
“Therefore we require, and we resolve to take both Common land, and Common woods to be a livelihood for us, and look upon you as equal with us, not above us, knowing very well that England, the land of our Nativity, is to be a common Treasury of livelihood to all, without respect to persons.” […]
Thanks to all those who braved the awful rain yesterday! We decided: – The first session will take place next Thursday, 4th October, at 17.30 in the GradCam Seminar room at St. John’s Lane, off Thomas Street (directions here) – Each session will last up to two hours and we’ll meet every two weeks – […]
We recently published a series of posts on the Plataforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca (Mortgage Holders Platform), and we’re making them available now in a single PDF. You can download the PDF here. Feel free to share, print and photocopy.
We’re setting up a reading group on the ‘commons’, which will kick off next Tuesday. The group will based at GradCam but is open to anyone so come along if you are interested. The first, introductory meeting will take place on Tuesday, 25th September, at 17.00 in the Seminar Room in Johns Lane West, off Thomas Street. […]
The provisional university have taken up residence at the Supafast building, on Great Strand Street in Dublin 1. The building, which happens to be just across the street from the building occupied by Unlock NAMA last January, is an independently run art space and holds regular events. We will mainly be researching and writing at […]
This is the last of a series of posts on the Mortgage Holders Platform (Platforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca, or PAH), a Spanish movement of people in danger of being evicted because they cannot pay their mortgages. In the first, second and third posts we looked at the background to the PAH and its […]
This is the third in a series of posts on the Mortgage Holders Platform (Platforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca, or PAH), a Spanish movement of people in danger of being evicted because they cannot pay their mortgages. In the first and second blog posts we looked at the background to the PAH in terms of […]