September 4th 2019 Meeting at Meades Wine Bar (upstairs).
August's meeting had a controversial topic on the changing attitudes to migrants in the E.U. with Valerie Gliffe leading the discussion on the night. The discussion covered views on world politics, economic sustainability of migrants, 'Left' and 'Right' viewpoints, misconceptions and statistics.
September's meeting will be in Meades Wine Bar in Cork City at 7:30pm. Please arrive on time. The meeting usually ends about 9pm. One of the talking points will be Democratic Education - a radical alternative to mainstream compulsory education. Democratic schools give children full freedom to choose what they learn, and how they learn it. This topic will be lead by Marcin Szczerbinski.
It is free to attend but donations are welcome.
List of useful PDFs on Democratic Education.
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