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The Non-Stop Picket and the solidarity of the British Far Left

Today is the anniversary of the launch of the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group’s Non-Stop Picket of the South African Embassy in London. The ways in which City Group provided solidarity with those resisting apartheid in South Africa both drew … Continue reading

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The end of the project (for now). Some thanks.

Today is officially the last day of our current funding for the Non-Stop Against Apartheid project. So, our thanks are due to a few people. But, before that, here is our (current) favourite quote from the project: In the annals … Continue reading

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Our achievements and the future of this blog

We’re nearly done! Officially, the current phase of our research about the Non-Stop Picket comes to an end in under a fortnight. Since July 2011 our work has been funded by a research project grant from the Leverhulme Trust. That … Continue reading

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Thinking international solidarity in Dublin

Gavin and Helen are speaking in Dublin tomorrow at a one-day conference about International Solidarity.  The event “International Solidarity: practices, problems, possibilities” has been organised by the Department of Sociology at Trinity College Dublin. Our paper, ‘Practices of solidarity: opposing … Continue reading

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The Antipode Foundation recall the Non-Stop Picket

Gavin and Helen have written a guest blog for the Antipode Foundation’s blog to accompany their new paper about the practices of solidarity enacted through the Non-Stop Picket.  For those readers not familiar with the world of academic geography journals, Antipode describes … Continue reading

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New Publication: Practices of Solidarity

Our paper “Practices of Solidarity: Opposing apartheid in the centre of London” has now been published online by Antipode: a radical journal of Geography. The paper examines how the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group produced solidarity through the Non-Stop Picket of the … Continue reading

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Public engagement 2: ESRC Festival of Social Science

In November, we will be contributing to a one-day event called “Creating worlds together: a workshop on experimentations and protest camps” as part of the ESRC‘s annual Festival of Social Science.  The event is being led by our friend and … Continue reading

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