We're Not Finished!

Women in Protest 

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The history of East End women campaigning for working rights, trade union representation, and against austerity.

Oral histories: 9 (11 hours).

Resources: Exhibition; workshops.



London Against Racism

Anti-Racist Campaigns across London 

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From battling the National Front to police harassment, we speak to activists who fought for social justice. 

Oral histories: 18 (40 hours).

Resources: History Talk; Educational materials; Video series.



30 Years of Living with HIV

The 'Don't Die of Ignorance' Campaign 

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The impact of the Conservative Government's HIV prevention campaign in the 1980’s. 

Oral histories: 21 (45 hours).

Resources: Exhibition;  Documentary; Website.



Voices of Leytonstonia

The M11 Link Road Campaign  

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The early 90's M11 Link Road Campaign which turned a quiet area of east London into a thriving hub of resistance.

Oral histories: 22 (52 hours).

Resources: Exhibition; Film.



Working with Disability

The Remploy factory in Barking 

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 Disability groups approve factory closures in favour of mainstream jobs. Remploy workers tell another story. 

Oral histories: 6 (10 hours).

Resources: Exhibition. 



Saving the Queens

The Campaign to save Newham's Queen's Market 

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The campaign against the redevelopment proposed by Newham Council in 2004 - still continuing today. 

Oral histories: 22 (25 hours).

Resources: Exhibition; Pop Up Market Museum.



RAMFEL Refugee Refuesniks 

The Refugee And Migrant Forum East London   

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25 years of RAMFEL, an organisation fighting for the legal rights of refugees and migrants founded in 1992. 

Oral histories: 7 +Vox Pops (12 hours).

Resources: Booklet.



The Hungarian Revolution 

The 1956 Hungarian Uprising 

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Personal stories from the Hungarian Revolution against the government and soviet imposed policies. 

Oral histories: 7  (16 hours).

Resources: traditional Hungarian dance event.



Being Civil In Redbridge 

Civil partnerships in Redbridge 

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Exploring the history of civil partnerships, changes in legislation and the impact on the LGBTQ+ community.  

Oral histories: 16 (28 hours).

Resources: Exhibition; Film; Educational pack.



Road To Freedom

The history of slavery by local young people 

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Young people from East London document the history of slavery through their own film and exhibition.

Oral histories: 16 (28 hours).

Resources: Exhibition; Film; Educational pack.