A week-long summer school for London teenagers on activism and radical politics

Demand the Impossible is a summer school for 16-19 years olds interested in political activism and the ideas that motivate activists. The first Demand the Impossible was at Goldsmiths College in 2012 and there is another at City University, London in July-August 2013.

Who organises Demand the Impossible?

Demand the Impossible is organised by the Critical Education project, which was founded by two teachers and activists, Ed Lewis and Jacob Mukherjee. Ed is one of the editors of New Left Project and Jacob co-authored the blog Left Luggage. Jacob and Ed organise Demand the Impossible with the involvement of a growing network of previous participants, as well as other activists and educators.

The Critical Education Project is independent of any political party or other organisation.

How can I come to this year’s course?

Easy. Just send an email to demandimpossible2013@gmail.com and we will send you a very simple application form to fill out.


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  4. eddygon

    December 12, 2012 at 11:28 am

    Where do we find out about Demand the Impossible 2013?



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