Making another world: protest and collective action

Friday 13th October, 7.30pm at the Augustine United Church, George 4th Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL

SfBBooks is organising this meeting as part of the Edinburgh World Justice festival.  Author and activist Neil Davidson will take an in depth look at social movements.  There will be a wide range of relevant books to browse and purchase at the event.21617924_2009515912615644_2135444010736215744_n


Where next for the left, the UK, BREXIT and the road to self determination

We’ll be at this event organised by Edinburgh RIC – Wednesday 27th September, 7pm – 9pm at the Augustine Church, 41 George 4th Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL

‘Struggle or starve’ by speaker Sean Mitchell will be available at the special price of £10 while Neil Davidson’s ‘We Cannot Escape History’ will be available at £15 (reduced from £22.99)


Neil Davidson, member of RIC and RISE: what does Brexit and Corbyn’s revival of left-wing social democracy mean for Scottish Independence?

Sean Mitchell, member of People Before Profit and author of Struggle or Starve: Working class Unity in Belfast’s 1932 Outdoor Relief Riots: as Brexit re-opens debate over borders and Irish unification, what can we learn from Belfast’s past?

New Foreign Policy conference

The ‘War on Terror’ In An Era Of Crisis: A Critical Response
A one day conference hosted by New Foreign Policy. A unique event bringing together academics, researchers, campaigners – and you. This event examines and exposes the legacy of the ‘war on terror’ – from Iraq to Islamophobia – and sets out a new approach. Be part of the discussion.
Date: August 5th
Venue: CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall St
Time: Registration from 10am

We’ll have a bookstall at this event and copies of ‘What is Islamophobia? – Racism, Social Movements and the State’ will be on sale for £11 (normal price £18.99)


End of 2016 offers

Some special offers for the end of 2016

Utopia – Thomas More with essays from China Mieville and Ursula LeGuin: £6

City of Quartz – Mike Davis: £8

Victor Serge: A political biography: Susan Weissman: £12

Raising Expectations (and raising hell) – Jane McAlevey: £6

A people’s history of Scotland – Chris Bambery: £8

Paul Robeson: a watched man – Jordan Goodman: £12