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Study circle ”Society without police”

Thanks to the Black Lives Matters movement the criticism against the police and the justice system in general has gotten more attention again lately. Even though this criticism is far from new it can be helpful to get a better understanding of which fundamental shortcomings our current justice system has and which alternatives have been formulated and explored. We want to invite everybody to our study circle with the title ”Society without police”. No prior knowledge needed, we will learn together and from each other!

The 3rd meeting will be on Tuesday the 1st of December, and the 4th meeting on Tuesday the 15th of December. We will meet at Syndikalistiskt Forum between 18:00 – 20:00 or online, and discuss different texts and our thoughts. You are welcome to join even if you missed the previous meetings.

IMPORTANT: if you wish to participate online, please register in advance by sending an email to studiecirkel@posteo.se

More details about the program and resources are available on our website: http://syndikalistisktforum.se/no_police/

The third meeting will touch upon the concepts of transformative and restorative justice, and reconciliation processes.

The study circle will be entirely in English.

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Entrance underneath the stairs of Hagabion – 2 stairs up – room 303.
The intercom is broken, call 0737-328912 and we will let you in.
There is also an elevator (let us know if you need to use it when you call and we will help you).

OBS!
At Syndikalistiskt Forum cash is queen (no card, no swish)!

Due to that our room is small it is important that you regard your health when you visit us. If you are healthy you are more than welcome, however if you feel unwell – with any symptom – we ask you to stay at home. This is to to prevent the spread of infections. We reserve the right to send home visitors that are ill. Take care of yourself and remember to wash your hands. Also take care of each other the best way that you can! Don’t stock, try not to panic, support those who are ill and the elderly as good as you can.
This too shall pass. The struggle continues!

In association with ABF