Thursday (25th)

Women and the Cuts – 12-1pm
ARC Mt. Room 2
How exactly do the education cuts affect women. In this workshop we will be exploring why it is that the goverment’s cuts strategically undermine women and serve to push women’s social, economic and political equality backwards. A chance do discover why the cuts have specific conciquences to gender roles.

Student as Producer – 1-3pm
ARC Meeting Room 2
A presentation and discussion about how the University of Lincoln is reinventing its curriculum following radical and critical pedagogical forms.

Popular Education with Trapese – 3-4pm
ARC Mt. Room 2

This workshop will look at the origins and some of the tools and techniques of popular education and how they can be used to transform our university.

Introdution to Consensus – 3-6pm
Peanut Gallery
Consensus is a decision-making process that works creatively to include all persons making the decision. This ensures that everyone’s opinions, ideas and reservations are taken into account. But consensus is more than just a compromise. It is a process that can result in surprising and creative solutions – often better than the original suggestions. Learn how we can use consensus to help us move forward in our current struggles.

Non-Violent Direct Action Workshop – 5-8pm
ARC Mt. Room 2

A skill share session aimed at those who believe in people power and those who are not willing to be trampled all over by the government.

Pecha Kucha – 5-7pm
Geography Lecture Theatre

Pecha Kucha is Japanese for chatter. In this event each participant will have 6 minutes 40 seconds (20 seconds per slide for 20 Powerpoint
slides) to talk on a topic of their choice.

Leeds Against Cuts Public Meeting – 7pm
Leeds Civic Hall

City-wide meeting for resisting cuts in Leeds. Includes feedback from todays UCU conference.

Film: Universities in Transformation – 8-10pm
Peanut Gallery, LUU

A series of flims and discussions about students and staff seeking to transform their universities across the world.

Graffiti Stenciling – 6pm
Meet at Central Space

From Bristol to Buenos Aires stencil graffiti has been used to subvert mechanisms of control and communicate ideas through an unauthorised medium. Learn how to create stencils and explore ways they can be used.

Student-Led Learning – 10-12am\
ARC Meeting Room 2

An opportunity for students to present their research and ideas to each other. Got something to say? Say it here!

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