Occupy London begins a new series of community-themed general assemblies beginning on Saturday 16 June 2012 from 2 – 4pm on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral.
All are welcome to join in these assemblies – let’s co-create the more beautiful world our hearts tell us is possible and assert our rights as communities over corporates and the corporate state! The assemblies will discuss the Community Bill of Rights, among other community strategies.
What do people need to live well? What are the resources that we wish to claim for the people? How should decisions be made in our communities?
Occupy London has moved into a new phase and is focusing its amazing talent, energy and inspiration around the themes of community, commons and localism. Our task is to turn occupation into lasting change by imagining and building compelling, just and democratic alternatives to the current morally bankrupt system.
To achieve radical change we need to continue building a people’s movement, reaching out to different groups in society, forging strong alliances and mass-mobilising.
We invite individuals from grassroots organisations and community groups to get in touch with us to participate in these assemblies. We want you to spread the word about these assemblies as widely as possible. Together we can claim what has been taken from us and assert our rights as communities over the corporate state.
To get involved in general assemblies, just turn up. Check the website for upcoming events:
Invite all your friends! See you there!