Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Cambridge teach-in: From Tunisia to Egypt and beyond

Speakers: Maha Abdel-Rahman (Development Studies), Anne Alexander (CRASSH), Glen Rangwala (POLIS), Dina Makram-Ebeid (LSE) and others tbc. Film, slideshow and music from the Egyptian revolution

Keynes Hall, King's College, Cambridge 2-4pm, Wednesday 23 February

This event will create an open space to discuss the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, and the growing number of protests in other countries across the Middle East. You can hear firsthand accounts of the uprising in Cairo and join the debate about what the overthrow of Ben Ali and Mubarak means for the region and the wider world. We will also discuss organising in solidarity with those fighting for democracy and social justice in the Middle East.

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