OccupyUAL

In March this year, students occupied Central Saint Martins’ reception area under the banner of OccupyUAL. For four weeks a campaign drew attention to the group’s demands – principally that cuts to Foundation courses be abolished and issues concerning fees, student debt, diversity and the right to protest be further addressed by University of the Arts London. Mark Sinclair talks to Anastazja Oppenheim about OccupyUAL’s aims and objectives and how the ongoing campaign has moved from sit-in to social media

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