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Protest, Norwich Job Centre

Protest, Norwich Job Centre
Fatso Gets Militant!

Monday, 26 May 2014


The next meeting of the Survivors History Group is on Wednesday
28.5.2014 at 1pm at Together, 12 Old Street, London. EC1V 9BE
Everyone is very welcome.

The agenda will be drawn up at the meeting (as usual), but will
probably include a report from Peter Campell on his research. Peter
Barham and Thurstine Basset will lead a discussion of art and mental
health in relation to Vincent van Gogh (in particular) and art and
mental health in any other way we chose. Sheila Beskine may be able
to help us explore the richnesss of different ways of communicating.

Andrew Roberts plans to get food and drink in for the meeting as
usual and we are hoping that the usual surprises will also be
pleasant ones (as they usually are).

If anyone has ideas about what international survivors we could focus
on at a forthcoming conference on the international survivor
movement, please bring them along. Vincent van Gogh has already been
thought of (-: The present themes and issues list is

International Survivor History
Solidarity in multicultural diversity


1772? Ukawsaw Gronniosaw
1876-1943 Clifford Beers
1907 August Natterer
1944-2010 Judi Chamberlin
1970 Clientenbond
1971 Scottish Union of Mental Patients
2001 aaina - a mental health advocacy newsletter

Best wishes, Andrew

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