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Elisa Sandri , October 11th, 2018
By Elisa Sandri The Brighton Table Tennis Club (BTTC) is a table tennis club located in the area of Kemptown (Brighton). It was founded in 2007, aiming to…
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rebeccaprentice , October 5th, 2018
by Rebecca Prentice Throughout the UK yesterday restaurant and food delivery workers walked off their jobs to protest low wages, zero hours contracts, and unpredictable work schedules—including those…
rebeccaprentice , May 8th, 2017
by Rebecca Prentice May 1, 2017: On a rainy evening in Brighton, more than two hundred people took to the streets to protest economic precariousness. The ‘Precarious May…
guestanthropologist , January 30th, 2017
by Kate Longland **A shorter version was published 24 January 2017 at http://www.ecnmy.org/engage/asked-southern-rail-drivers-theyre-strike/** The Southern rail strikes have been quite a hot to…
Haidy Geismar , June 11th, 2016
Via Helen Mears, Keeper of World Art, Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton A conference hosted by Royal Pavilion & Museums, with the Sussex Africa Centre / University of Sussex, and…