Last updated: Summer 2003
Remember to let others know of the NETWORKING NEWSLETTER.
You must credit the Networking Newsletter Project if you copy or print any of it for photocopying/distributing or email parts to others. Include the Networking Newsletter's phone number ([pls use email]) and email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) with all credits. And don't forget to submit your articles for future issues!
The Networking Newsletter Project relies on donations to survive so, to encourage you to subscribe to the real thing, we have included here but a sample of the printed newsletter.
Welcome to another jam-packed Networking Newsletter. In fact I had so much material I couldn't get it all in. Time constraints also meant that I was unable to layout it out as well as normal - but the content is still important!
There will only be a mini-newsletter coming out in December and the next "full" one will be printed in mid-January and cover events up to March. Financial constraints mean that only paid-up members will get the December issue - sorry but the debt collectors threatened to take away the computer otherwise!
You'll find the subscription form on the back, please use it!
This section covers news, information, and updates on campaigns and issues relevant to activists in the region.
Not included in the on-line version|
News included in the newsletter, but not here, includes:
So order your copy now!
- Crowded Baths - Heritage Open days at Ardwick's Victorian Baths
- Oldham Anarchists - starting the revolution
- Funky Funds - where to get lots of money from
The NETWORKING NEWSLETTER relies heavily on donations, generally from those busy campaigning and with little (if any) spare money. If everybody who read this glorious publication actually subscribed then there'd be no problems. And, as I always say, just £6 per person brings the latest campaign news straight to your doorstep! So, if you can, please subscribe today!
If you'd like to place an advert in the next issue of the Newsletter, then it's dead cheap! An eight (of A4) page advert is £15 up to £75 for a full page in the printed newsletter and £25 for an advert on our Web site.
Given our readership is well over 500 groups (and thus thousands of individuals) per issue, it's the best way to get your message across. Please note that only adverts from those meeting our Ethical Criteria will be considered. If you're interested, give Michael a call today on [pls use email].
The hardcopy of the Networking Newsletter includes
a double-page colour pull out "clash avoidance calendar" which gives a
graphical description of who's doing what, when and where.
Activities are spilt between
- regular events - eg weekly meetings in the pub
- others - demonstrations, public meetings, "World Day for...", and so on
Check out the most up-to-date and comprehensive contacts list of campaigners in and around Manchester.
An (almost) regular feature in the Networking Newsletter is a spotlight on different
groups working towards similar goals. Previous Networking Newsletters have focused on the following:
These links are no longer available due to a problem with a contributor's server - please email us if you'd like a copy emailed to you
- A look at networks in Manchester (issue 11)
- Neil Lea discusses campaigning tactics (issue 10)
- Hazel Greenwood reports back on her recent visit to Iraq (issue 9)
- anti-Trident campaigning in the US (issue 8)
- racism (issue 7)
- green groups (issue 6)
Enquiries about the Networking Newsletter Project should be
Networking Newsletter Project, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS.
Tel: [pls use email]
Fax: 0161 839 0840