About ANTIUNIVERSITY: Land For What?
Land plays a central but obscure role in our country today: widening inequality, a chronic housing crisis, dysfunctional food system, poor public health and impending climate disasters. We want to bring people together to talk about how land ownership and control is central to all these issues. Together we can unite to fight for the changes we need.
Land For What? is a collaborative workshop for learning about and challenging the way land is owned, controlled and used in the UK and beyond. Join us for a participatory session of learning, thinking and planning practical action.
The Land Justice Network is a non-hierarchical network of groups and individuals including academics, housing activists, architects, ramblers, coders, musicians, planners, artists and landworkers who recognise that present land use and ownership are the result of policies and decisions that have little basis in social justice or in considerations of the common good.