Demand the Impossible 2015 is here! This year’s course will be held at the University of East London in Stratford from 27th-31st July. All totally FREE, including transport and lunch. Here’s the flyer; details of how to apply below.
Already confirmed for DI 2014:
* On inequality, we have social geographer Danny Dorling (author of All That is Solid: The Great Housing Disaster) and work and gentrification expert Faiza Shaheen from the New Economics Foundation.
* Paula Serafini from Shake! will run a workshop on arts and activism.
* On gender identity, youth worker Finn Greig returns with his awesome interactive session.
* Teacher and activist Anna Wolmouth will lead a workshop on feminism.
* Unite the Youth, Voices of Youth and other youth groups will facilitate a discussion on building a youth movement.
On top of this, there will be sessions on race and policing, capitalism and education.
Apply now by emailing email@example.com. The course takes place 4th-8th August; deadline for applications July 7th.
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The third Demand the Impossible course will run from 4th – 8th August 2014, at City University, London.
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As last year, the course is completely FREE, including food and transport for the whole week!
More info on the flyer below. To apply, click on the following link to download the application form: DI 2014 app. Then send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is Monday 7th July.
Following on from the huge success of this year’s Demand the Impossible we are running a one-day event on how social movements can change society. In association with Unite the Youth – a new group ‘for the marginalised, misrepresented and disnefranchised youth’.
Saturday October 19 at City University. Free but places are limited – get in touch asap! Email email@example.com to book your place.
Applications for Demand the Impossible 2013 are now open.
For details about this year’s course see the flyer below, for what the Guardian thought about last year’s course see here and for more information about the project and who’s involved see our about page. For an application form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a series of expert speakers including activists, university academics and writers. Confirmed so far are student activist Feyzi Ismail, Alice Bell from Sussex University and activists from Shape Your Culture, Disabled People Against Cuts and the 3 Cosas Campaign.
On the back of this fantastic piece about us in The Guardian, a lot of people have been getting in touch to ask if there’s a way they can become involved with Demand the Impossible! in the future.
We’re very interested in hearing from educators, activists, potential participants or anyone else who would like to contribute their ideas, expertise or enthusiasm to the project. We hope to have some firm ideas soon about how the course could be developed and other groups involved, but in the meantime please do send us an email at email@example.com or post a comment below.