Thank you to those who organised, spoke at, and attended the Euston Manifesto meeting about Darfur. Despite all the terrible news, there is something you can do. On September 17 people around the world will take part in the Global Day for Darfur to show world-wide support for the Darfuri people and to put pressure […]
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te>. As we approach the tenth anniversary of the publication of the book and the election of the Labour government, many of the original contributors are gathering with other academics and commentators to revisit their first thoughts on the Labour government. The symposium will be in Town House 102, Kingston University, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames […]
United against terror and sectarianism A wide range of Iraqi organisations has united and need your support in a week of Solidarity with the Iraqi People against terrorism, political sectarianism, administrative and financial corruption, and to support the disbanding of civilian militias, national reconciliation and the unity of Iraqi people in order to build a united, […]
Talk politics with founder signatories of the Euston Manifesto: 27Sep06, Manchester. Join us for a drink and a chat at Beluga, 2 Mount Street, Manchester on Wednesday 27 September from 7:00pm onwards. In the bar will be Nick Cohen, Gisela Stuart, Greg Pope, Lord Soley, Norman Geras, Eve Garrard, Alan Johnson, and Jane Ashworth.
If you were not able to attend the Euston Manifesto Group’s meeting with author Paul Berman, you can now download and listen to his talk thanks to our friends at Little Atoms.
Euston Manifesto Group Meeting: 7:00pm (19:00 BST), Tuesday 5th September 2006, Kings College London. Venue details will be forwarded. Tickets available from email@example.com Speakers: Linda Melvern, Lord Clive Soley, representative from the Aegis Trust Chair: Philip Spencer N.B. Apologies if you’ve had trouble getting tickets - our email problems are now fixed, so please try again! Speakers […]
The London Euston Group is holding a meeting — “The Other Iraq: Trade Unions and Democracy in the New Iraq” — on Tuesday 18th July at 7.30pm at Waterloo in London. Speakers at the meeting will include Gary Kent, Director of Labour Friends of Iraq (in a personal capacity) who recently led a soldarity delegation to Iraq, and Alan Johnson, […]
Supporters of the Euston Manifesto are invited to a fundraising breakfast in support of Democratiya.com, the free quarterly online political review. Making brief remarks will be Alan Johnson, Editor, Democratiya, John Lloyd, Contributing Editor at the Financial Times, and Anthony Julius, Consultant, Mishcon de Reya. To RSVP, please email Hina Joshi at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are […]
Thank you to Paul Berman for an excellent talk and to all those who helped with the frantic last-minute organisation of the dinner meeting last Sunday. It was another thumping success, selling out overnight. Apologies to those living outside London who wanted to attend. We hope to organise other meetings outside the capital in the […]
The Euston Manifesto Group is hosting a special London (UK) meeting featuring Paul Berman, author of Terror And Liberalism and Power And The Idealists, this Sunday (11Jun06) 7:30pm (18:30hrs UTC) at The Devereux in The Strand. Tickets are limited and can be obtained from email@example.com.
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