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eva sajovic
Artist photographer. Engaged in social participatory practice. See in at the Elephant, , , .
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Up the Elephant Mar 22
We are looking to raise £10,000 so we can cover ALL our legal costs for Will you contribute to our crowdfund? We have just found out that many traders are to be expunged from 🐘 and we know the development is NOT FOR US‼️✊🏽✊🏿
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LSE Latin America and Caribbean Centre Mar 5
Campaign to raise funds to defend the heart of the Latin American community in London's Elephant and Castle...
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Up the Elephant Mar 5
We are traders, residents, tenants, trade unionists & campaigners at Elephant and Castle fighting against the destruction of our local shopping centre community. We are looking to raise at least £5000 to hold a Judicial Review. Please donate!
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Up the Elephant Mar 5
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eva sajovic Feb 3
Join us at Listen to the Artists! Law/Art/Justice at The Westminster Law & Theory Lab Wed 6th of Feb, 1pm The day will revolve around art and law but from artists perspective with the…
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Southwark Notes💚 Dec 8
Folks, you get the City you want. Join us on Wed Dec 12th for the City we want!! We won't be having the Elephant & Castle Shopping Shopping Centre & our neighbourhood ripped off by offshore tax avoiding developer Delancey just like that! Making some noise for working class London
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eva sajovic Nov 18
Izaak’s concern expressed here. And rightly so. We should be concerned. More kids of his age (10) need to get involved as it is really their lives that are at stake most.
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Pullens Yards Nov 7
See Eva Sajovic's photography in as she opens her doors to all. Visit her website at and follow her on IG and TW: . Don’t miss her at from 30 November to 2 December.
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ATD Ireland Nov 4
Our friends of UK with artist & photographer , is proud to present "The : A Model of Genuine ." ATD UK is working in partnership with
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eva sajovic Oct 20
Replying to @neilarise @Tate
Happy bday!!! 🌷🌷🌷
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Diana Skelton Oct 17
Thinking of on day. Her work on the Roles We Play film with exemplifies meaningful participation by people in poverty
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eva sajovic Oct 17
Thank you All. X
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Tate Exchange Oct 17
For this Friday's Lunchtime Chat with our , we're talking about Mierle Laderman Ukeles' Manifesto for Maintenance Art (1969) with at . Read the manifesto here:
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Dann Kenningham Oct 17
Today brings together voices of people with lived experience of poverty and hardship from across the UK to speak together at
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Dann Kenningham Oct 13
Full participation is more than just turning up; it means being involved as an equal partner at every stage from inception to conclusion. The Roles We Play: A Model of Genuine Participation    
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eva sajovic Oct 11
Replying to @PlanUK
Amazing. Piercing. Much needed
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PlanInternational UK Oct 8
2 out of 3 girls in the UK have been sexually harassed in public. It’s not a compliment. It’s not part of growing up. It’s not ok. Retweet to join us and say >
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Latin Elephant Sep 23
Café Nova have been serving the community for almost two decades. They deserved better than this... That's why we need to keep campaigning for the inclusion of BAME groups in regeneration. Against all odds.
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scott burrell Sep 23
Check out The People’s Bureau ( & ) brilliant show on 11-4pm today. Part of
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scott burrell Sep 20
Thanks & for inviting me to the conversation today about how to visually communicate socially engaged art practice w/ brilliant guests Ewa & Robert. Part of residency + Great Place Scheme.
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