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Activism, State Surveillance and the Repression of Politics

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Activists and scholars from the UK, South Africa, Canada, the US, Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand have recently exposed disturbing stories of political policing. This panel discussion with Aziz Choudry, Eveline Lubbers, and the grassroots activist ‘Jessica x’ will discuss state surveillance, monitoring, and infiltration, and repression of activist movements, posing the question of ‘what can we learn from repression’?

All welcome to attend: no particular affiliation to any organisation or institution required.

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Hosted by Critical Theory & Practice Seminar Series and Preventing Prevent at Cambridge University

This talk is part of the Critical Theory and Practice Seminar Series series.

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