A number of teach-outs have been organised for tomorrow, Thursday 22 February in Woodlands Church, Belgrave Road, from 12:30–14:30.

Sessions include:

    Lyric on a battlefield: Women, Work and Protest

    To Be Free is To Participate: The Spirit of 68 Fifty Years On

    “A history without you”: Levelling the Hilltop University

    History, trade unions and human rights

Feel free to choose one or move between them.

Monday, 26th February

SPAIS has organised a teach- out, kicking off at 15:30 at the Bristol Folk House, Park Street on :

    ‘Do academics actually do any work? A tragi-comedy with lessons for YOUR future’ (15:30-16:30)

    ‘Strikes are good for you, well, some of you at any rate’ (16:30-17:30)

The Law School will be holding events on the following dates:

Tuesday 27th: ‘International law, Work, and the Right to Strike’ (12-13:30, Hydra Books)

Wednesday 28th: The Foundations of Conscientious Objection: Against Freedom and Autonomy’ (12-13:30); ‘Property, Housing and Squatting’ (15:00-16:30). Venue TBC

Tuesday 6th March: ‘Updates on Brexit’ (16.30-18:00 Hydra Books)