Janine introduces a discussion on Marxism and Autism. Can Marxism help explain the autistic experience under capitalism, and contribute to our fight against oppression?
Packhorse pub, Woodhouse Lane.
In a pub somewhere near the Lovell Park Autism Hub. Meet outside the Hub at 7pm or text 07957-217639 to find out where we are! Janine will give a take about Marxism and Autism, then we'll chat about it. Can Marxism explain the social position and experiences of autistic people? Are there specific Marxist theories that are useful? Is capitalism both developed and disabling? What's class got to do with it?
Be inspired by over 100 years of east London women fighting for change (and winning!)
Join the East End Women's Museum and East End Sisters Uncut for an afternoon of short talks and conversations about the different ways east London women have challenged sexism, racism, exploitation, and injustice then and now. Share your ideas and learn some new ones.
As part of Workers' Liberty's annual Ideas For Freedom event, Janine and Dr Dinah Murray will introduce a discussion on Marxism and autism.
How can Marxism explain the autistic experience in modern capitalism? What is the political economy of the neurodiverse working class? How are autistic people exploited and oppressed?
Venue: Student Central, Malet Street, London.
Janine will be giving this year's George Lansbury Memorial Lecture at a venue in East London.
Janine speaks about Autism in the Workplace: removing barriers and challenging discrimination in The Hub: Theatre 1 at the Autism Show at ExCel, London.
Janine will also be signing copies of her book, 'Autism Equality in the Workplace' at the National Autistic Society stand from 15:10 until 15:40.
Janine will be spekaing on Autism Equality in the Workplace: removing barriers and challenging discrimination in The Hub: Theatre 1 at the Autism Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
Janine will also be signing copies of her book, 'Autism Equality in the Workplace' at the National Autistic Society stand from 14:10 until 14:40.
Janine will be speaking about the 1920s Poplar Rates Rebellion to introduce a session on Radical Councils. John Burgess from Barnet Unison will also speak, and there will be plenty of time for discussion.
Venue: Central United Reformed Church, Sheffield
With Sheffield's Council planning to implement £50 million of cuts following the Tories' slashing of local budgets, Workers' Liberty, Sheffield host a talk on the heroic rebel councillors of Poplar and consider what is applicable in today's context.