Contact Us

If you would like to speak, give a workshop, facilitate a discussion or have any other ideas or suggestions for events at Tent City University, you can email tentcityuniversity@gmail.com, leave a comment or suggestion on this website, or fill in the form ‘Submit an Event/ Lesson’.

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  4. Andria says:

    Dudes

    is it possible to Update TCU Schedule for those of us who come regularly but cannot stay at the site so don’t really know, for example, whether the GA is happening that 1 or 7pm. Otherwise I come and I may have wasted a journey:-(

    Thanks for everything and have a GREAT Xmas: U deserve it

    xxx

  5. Missy says:

    Can you add a map link for people who haven’t been before? It would encourage more attendees and make it easier for people to invite their friends. Thanks!!

  6. Howard Richmond says:

    According to Professor Steve Keen’s website http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/page/2/ he is speaking at a workshop on the financial crisis in Tent City University between 2 and 4.30 pm tomorrow Saturday 19th, but there is nothing in your calendar. Which is correct? Thanks.

    Howard Richmond

  7. Gavin says:

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  8. Natalie White says:

    Hi – can you please tell me when you are showing the film:

    ‘Speakers’ Corner: You Have the Right to Remain Vocal’

    Thanks,

    Natalie

    • Anonymous says:

      Hi Natalie,

      I’ve received the DVD in the post recently but I haven’t scheduled it yet – there’s a bit of a backlog and films with discussions are getting priority. I’ll try to show it soon, possibly at Bank Of Ideas. I don’t believe I have contact details for you.

      Christopher.

  9. Stephen Yealands says:

    Democracy as we know it is stuffed. political parties are the problem. Always have been. Always will be. The solution is independent representation. No parties at all. This is possible if people will only find their moral compass and stop selling their vote to the highest bidding party. The government is elected by the people and makes the law regulating commerce. We all get what we deserve.

  10. Jason Hickel says:

    Hi folks,

    I’ve been in touch with Mike Neary, the Dean of the University of Lincoln. He is spearheading the Social Science Center. http://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/mike-neary/social-science-centre-radical-new-model-for-higher-education

    Mike would like to visit the Tent City University on the 2nd of November, between 10:00 and 4:00. Perhaps we could arrange for him to speak during this time? If anyone is interested in helping arrange this, please contact me.

    Cheers,

    Jason

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