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Circle Community An environmental community project, run on a not for profit basis, by volunteers in a circular non - hierarchical way.

The circle and our network are made up of a number of different groups built up over 15 years of direct action. Include artists,activists,circus performers, musicians,workers of all varieties, students and much more

They recycle unused building resources to create projects, out of "Urgent need for action on our critical environmental situation" as outlined in Agenda 21 from the Rio Earth Summit.

Access All Areas was born out of the fold of the Circle Comunity then called Rainbow Collective in 1993


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Corporate Watch Corporate Watch is a small independent not-for-profit research and publishing group which undertakes research on the social and environmental impact of large corporations, particularly multinationals. We aim to expose the mechanisms by which corporations function and the detrimental effects they have on society and the environment as an inevitable result of their current legal structure.


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Earthwatch Founded in 1971, Earthwatch is an international environmental charity which engages people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment.

Our long-term research and the sheer dedication and hard work of our teams in the field leads to impressive results and groundbreaking findings. By directly supporting field research and educating and engaging thousands of people, Earthwatch has made a significant contribution to achieving a sustainable environment since 1971.


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World Music Day UK


World Music Day is a free public event which takes place each year on the 21st June in more than 110 countries and 430 cities around the world.

The event is also known as Fête de la Musique as it originated in France in 1982 - since then the idea has spread across the globe with each event holding to the same set of principles:

World Music Day takes place every year on June the 21st

World Music Day is a live music celebration which highlights the diversity of musical practices, in all musical styles

World Music Day appeals for spontaneity and free participation of amateur and professional musicians

All concerts are free for the audience. The organisers commit themselves to promote musical practice and live music with a non-profit-making objective

World Music Day is an exceptional day for all types of music and audience. It must remain an open event and a source of exchanges and discoveries
World Music Day is as often as possible an outdoor event taking place in streets, squares, public parks, playgrounds… It is also the opportunity to access and open places which are not traditionally concert venues: museums, hospitals, public buildings etc.

The United Kingdom has fallen behind with the acceptance and promotion of this wonderful celebration of music in all its forms. More than that it is a celebration of summer, of community and extended use of public space. We shouldn't let our European neighbours have all the fun!

We are asking everyone to think about how they can participate in a London contribution to World Music Day - whether that be performing, organising an event, convincing a venue to take their music to the streets or lending your time and equipment for free.

We will work with specific areas of London where we feel there will be a good response to this, the first baby-steps towards making this day a national institution. We will build up a database of places where people have pledged to make a contribution and make this list known via a street map on the internet.

If you can be part of the music or simply want to attend the events and enjoy yourself then collaborate with your friends and colleagues and motivate as many people as you can to take part. London can then be the first city in the UK to truly embrace the beautiful phenomenon known as World Music Day!


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