Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Film night tonight in Clapham - an economy for the 99%

Tonight (Tues 22nd May) at the Bread and Roses pub in Clapham, there's an evening of films exploring the influence of banks and financial institutions and their impact on the poorest people around the world. (HT Project Dirt)

From the debt crisis to the developing world, today’s economic crisis, economic crisis, and the globalised food system, the evening will involve an exploration of the power of the global economy on those who can least afford it.

The event is being organised by the South-West London group of the World Development Movement, a campaigning organisation that works to change the systems and structures that put profit before people and the environment.

After the films there will be a drink to discuss the issues raised in the films.

Venue: Bread and Roses (back room) 68 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6DZ

More info and details here

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