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Digital Technology as Heavy Industrial Technology: iSlavery and Environmental Destruction – London – 6th September 2017

Interrogating Digital Capitalism: A series of monthly events questioning liberal ideas of progress through technology Digital technology powers neoliberal capitalism: it is central to globalisation, financialisation, the ‘flexible economy’, ongoing waves of automation and now, ‘big data capitalism’. Liberals and … Continue reading

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Digital Technology and Neoliberalism: the Basics – London – July 6th 2017

Interrogating Digital Capitalism: A series of monthly events questioning liberal ideas of progress through technology Digital technology powers neoliberal capitalism: it is central to globalisation, financialisation, the ‘flexible economy’, ongoing waves of automation and now, ‘big data capitalism’. Liberals and … Continue reading

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Lucas Plan 40th Anniversary Conference – Birmingham – 26th November 2016

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Grunwick and Lucas 40 Years On: Union Rights, Workers’ Control – Belfast – 15th August 2016

Screening of The Year of the Beaver and The Lucas Plan, with discussion and talks. Thursday, August 18th, 630pm at Just Books, 22 Berry Street, BT1 1FS Belfast. There will be a speaker from BTF and discussion coordinated by the … Continue reading

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Grunwick and Lucas 40 Years On: Union Rights, Workers’ Control – London – 21st July 2016

Screening of The Year of the Beaver and The Lucas Plan, with discussion and brief talks by Kierra Box (Grunwick 40) and Solfed. 22nd July 7pm at LARC, 62 Fieldgate Street, E1 (nearest tubes Whitechapel, Aldgate East.) Organised by Breaking … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Fortieth Anniversary of the Lucas Plan

Together with trade unionists and organisations from the peace and environment movements, Breaking The Frame is helping to organise the celebrations to mark the 40th anniversary of the Lucas Plan. The Lucas Plan was a pioneering effort by workers at … Continue reading

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Women and the Politics of Digital Technologies – London – 25th June 2016

Breaking the Frame Women’s Group presents: Women and the Politics of Digital Technologies Feminist Library London, 11am – 9pm This event will focus on the relationship between women and digital technologies, including topics such as online abuse and pornography, sex … Continue reading

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Nuclear power – Bristol – 26th Feb 2016

Friday 26th February, 7:30-9:00 Hydra bookshop, Old Market, Bristol With guest speaker Nikki Clark from South West Against Nuclear [TBC] Come along and take part in some really stimulating discussion, learn about local campaigns and examine the deeper implications of … Continue reading

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The military use of radioactive and toxic metals and the consequences for public health – Bristol – 12th Feb 2016

Friday 12th February, 7:30-9:00 Hydra bookshop, Old Market, Bristol With guest speaker Jo Baker Come along and take part in some really stimulating discussion, learn about local campaigns and examine the deeper implications of emerging and current technologies within our … Continue reading

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Smart Energy Systems, Data, Demand Response and Democracy – Bristol – 5th Feb 2016

Friday 5th February, 7:30-9:00 Hydra bookshop, Old Market, Bristol With guest speaker Emilia Melville Come along and take part in some really stimulating discussion, learn about local campaigns and examine the deeper implications of emerging and current technologies within our … Continue reading

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