This page was last updated on Thursday 30 January 2003
These events are published here in the hope the information will be useful: the events themselves are not organised by Clarion, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Clarion. We try to give the source of our information. Please contact us with any corrections, suggestions or additions
The events are currently split into three sections, all on this page, Cambridge, London, and miscellaneous and are in chronological order within each section.
Saturday 1 February 2003
On Saturday 1st February there will be a local demonstration against the war - meet at 1pm at St. Mary's Church, Kings Parade, Cambridge.http://www.campeace.org/
Sunday 9 February 2003
As part of One World Week Campeace will present: What Kind of World Order? Sunday 9th February at the McCrum Lecture Theatre, Bene't Street (next to the Eagle Pub). At 11am the film Hidden Wars of Desert Storm will be shown, a documentary deconstructing the official version of the first Gulf war (admission free). Then at 2pm a forum and open discussion - "What Kind of World Order?" - with Phil Mitcheson (Socialist Appeal Editorial Board), Peter Cavanagh (Cambridge Program for Security in International Society), Tim Winter (Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge) and Prof. Bob Rowthorn (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge).
For directions see http://www.srcf.ucam.org/cccp/map.php[source: http://www.campeace.org/ ]
Saturday 15 February 2003, March and rally
The march will now have TWO assembly points. Assemble 12 noon at [A] Embankment (nearest tube Embankment) or [B] Gower Street (tubes: Tottenham Court Rd, Goodge St, Warren St, Euston, Euston Sq) to march at 12:30pm [Click for resources]. People travelling from the North and London are advised to go to start [B]. The two marches will unite at Piccadilly and... yes, Ms Jowell, will travel a distance of 3.5 miles for a rally in Hyde Park. The rally should end at 5.30pm. The demonstration is being jointly organised by the Stop the War Coalition, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the Muslim Association of Britain[source: http://www.stopwar.org.uk/ on 30 jan 2003 ]
For coaches from Cambridge Either contact Nick if you want to book a place on the buses from Cambridge (£10 waged, £5 unwaged). firstname.lastname@example.org [source: http://www.campeace.org/]
Or CamSAW (Cambridge Students Against War) "have three coaches coaches booked for this event. Email email@example.com if you want to come." [source: http://www.srcf.ucam.org/camsaw/ ]
Saturday 15th February 2003, Glasgow, Scotland
Assemble 10am at Glasgow Green, Glasgow to march at 11am to the SECC, a distance of 2.5 miles. We want as much of the march as possible to arrive at 1.30pm in time for a "Jericho Rumpus" when Tony Blair is due to start his speech at 2pm. Rally at 2.30pm. The demonstration is being organised by the Scottish Coalition for Justice Not War. For more information and to order leaflets firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 423 1222.[source: http://www.stopwar.org.uk/ ]
February - September 2002 An Audience with Tony Benn
"The recently retired veteran Parliamentarian and former Cabinet Minister talks about his life, diaries and the future leaving time for questions and discussions" Details benn.html