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Vigil & Dance the Guns to Silence II, Nov 10th

Vigil & Dance the Guns to Silence II, Nov 10th

JOIN US – Share via FB November 10th 2015 is 20 years since the executions of writer and campaigner Ken Saro-Wiwa and 8 Ogoni colleagues by the Nigerian military government. They were murdered for their successful protest against Shell’s destruction of the Niger Delta environment. We’ve been campaigning hard to support our Ogoni and Nigerian allies to...

Fossil fuel consumption: a dialogue between activists and researchers

Fossil fuel consumption: a dialogue between activists and researchers Thursday 1 October, 2015, 4.0-7.0 pm Room Chadwick G07, Chadwick Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT The Fossil fuel consumption: a dialogue between activists and researchers seminar will continue dialogue between academics researching fossil fuel consumption, and activists and campaigners aiming to cut...
'Doing Nothing is Not an Option', exhibition by Michael McMillan inspired by Ken Saro-Wiwa

‘Doing Nothing is Not an Option’, exhibition by Michael McMillan inspired by Ken Saro-Wiwa

Platform is delighted that next Thursday night, artist Michael McMillan and Peckham Platform gallery are launching Michael’s  new work ‘Doing Nothing is Not an Option‘ which takes the life and campaigning of Nigerian writer Ken Saro-Wiwa as its starting point. The exhibition runs 18th September – 18th November 2015. Platform has been in a productive...
Dirty Money - Europe’s Thirst for Oil in Nigeria 25th June 18.30 at the Free Word Centre.

Dirty Money – Europe’s Thirst for Oil in Nigeria 25th June 18.30 at the Free Word Centre.

Book tickets here What are the environmental and social impacts of Western oil corporations in the Niger Delta? Dirty Money is a graphic novel that tells the incredible story of Dotun Oloko, a Nigerian whistleblower. He tries to expose what he suspects is the involvement of the British Government and European Institutions in the laundering...
Silence Would Be Treason - Oil, Politics and Poetry, Sun 28 June, Durham

Silence Would Be Treason – Oil, Politics and Poetry, Sun 28 June, Durham

Come to this event we’re contributing to, connecting Ogoniland, County Durham and Climate Change. PERFORMANCE NIGHT: Oil, politics, poetry with Platform and Transition Durham, Sunday 28th June 7pm-11pm at EMPTY SHOP HQ  35c Framwellgate Bridge, Durham DH1 4SJ  www.emptyshop.org Platform, Transition Durham and Metaceptive invite you to a special FREE event for 2015 connecting County Durham with Ogoniland in the Niger...
Artwash: Big Oil and the Arts. Launch events

Artwash: Big Oil and the Arts. Launch events

Artwash: Big Oil and the Arts explores the murky world of oil sponsorship of the arts, focusing on the deep-rooted relationship between our art institutions and the multi-national corporations that fund them. In the wake of massive environmental disasters created by the oil industry, companies such as BP and Shell are using arts sponsorship as...
#Shake2015: #StatesOfViolence - Applications open

#Shake2015: #StatesOfViolence – Applications open

16-25? Angry about the injustice you see around you? Come shake tings up with performance poets, film-makers, musicians & activists on a free 5 day course to creatively express frustrations & concerns about the world you live in.
Take the money and run?   - an event about ethics, funding and art

Take the money and run? – an event about ethics, funding and art

Thursday 29 January, 2015 Event 10am – 5pm; Drinks 5pm – 6pm £12.50, including tea/coffee, lunch and a complimentary copy of the publication Take The Money And Run? Some positions on ethics, business sponsorship and making art by Jane Trowell (Platform) *15 free places are available by application to those on low/no income. at Toynbee...
African Uprisings: Corporations, Conflict, Culture And Community Resistance in Nigeria

African Uprisings: Corporations, Conflict, Culture And Community Resistance in Nigeria

25 March 6.30-8.30pm Hosted and chaired by the Pan African Students’ Union Speakers: Lazarus Tamana European Coordinator of the Movement of the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) Celestine AkpoBari community organiser from Ogoniland in the Niger Delta Sokari Douglas Camp CBE Nigerian-born, British artist, winner of the commission to create a ‘Living Memorial to...

Taking on the fossil fuel corporations and winning – reflections from the Niger Delta and the UK

29 March 7-8.30pm Oxford Action Resource Centre in East Oxford Community Centre, Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1DD. Celestine AkpoBari a community organiser from the Niger Delta and speakers from No Dash for Gas Oxford and Platform lead a discussion on: What has the struggle in the Niger Delta got to do with resistance in the UK against fracking? How...
The Oil Road in York - 18th March

The Oil Road in York – 18th March

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 6.30-8pm – Free! Penn Room, Quaker Meeting House, Friargate, York, YO1 9RL Wheelchair accessible. The Oil Road comes to York This idea is crazy, it makes no sense. It is going to ruin the landscape and the people. The people who live here don’t want this. We will get dumped with it...
Applications open #Shake!2014 -Remembering, Re-imagining, Reparations @ Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, 17th-21st Feb.

Applications open #Shake!2014 -Remembering, Re-imagining, Reparations @ Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, 17th-21st Feb.

Applications now open for our FREE! 5 day course on Art/ Race/ Media/ Power for 16-25’s. See below for more info & how to apply ======================================= Art can be a powerful non-violent force for change. Each day Shake! creative workshops will provide space to imagine what justice looks like, experiment with new ideas, learn new...
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