Apr 132012

Protest at Grayling

“Policy Exchange is hosting a major full day conference looking at the future of the labour market and welfare and skills policy in the UK. The key theme will be how the employment and skills agendas could be coordinated to ensure that unemployment is reduced and that the labour market meets the needs of business in the future. The day will be a great opportunity to hear the views of expert speakers and for businesses, policy makers, politicians and academics to get together to discuss these vital issues.”
Keynote speakers include Minister for Workfare Chris Grayling.
This is on the day the latest unemployment figures are released. It is estimated that over the summer 100,000 public sector will lose their jobs.
Protest at the Policy Exchange conference
9am, Wednesday 18th April, Microsoft, 80-100 Victoria Street, Westminster, London, SW1E 5JL

DPAC protest

Action will be around benefit cuts, care funding and Loss of Remploy jobs.
April 18th meet for 1.30 pm McDonalds Leicester Square.

Remploy Not For Sale

After previous rounds of closures at Remploy, which provides work for thousands of disabled people, the Tories plan to finish the job. Of the 54 remaining workplaces 36 have already received 90 days notice of closure on Monday 19 March.

 Norwich demonstration
GMB and Unite, the unions for Remploy workers, will hold a demonstration in Norwich on Saturday 14th April.
 10am to 1pm, Saturday 14th April
Hay Hill, Opposite Primark, 7-9 Haymarket Norwich,Norfolk NR2 1QD

Public Meeting – Fight the Remploy Closures
Thursday 19 April – 7.30pm
The Venue, ULU, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY

Speakers include:
John McDonnell MP – Chair Right to Work campaign; Gail Cartmail – Unite Assistant General Secretary; Les Woodward – GMB National Convenor of Remploy; Rob Murthwaite – Disabled People Against Cuts
Download the meeting leaflet .

Fight Remploy Closures meeting – April 19

 National Demonstration – Friday 20 April 2012

Lobby the DWP in Sheffield – The campaign to save Remploy factories continues
Assemble 12.30 for a 1pm start outside the Department of Work and Pensions office in Sheffield (Steel City House) at the junction of West Street, Church Street and Tripit Lane.
Rally and March to the Town Hall

Called by UNITE

Sign the petition to save Remploy factories and send cheques payable to ‘The Remploy Fighting Fund’ to: Phil Davies, Manufacturing Section, GMB National Office, 22-24 Worple Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4DD

Tell Richard Branson … Keep Virgin profiteering out of our NHS!

London Keep Our NHS Public groups are targeting Virgin stores and gyms for a weekend of protests on 21st / 22nd April

London May Day March

Tuesday 1st May, 11am
Clerkenwell Green, EC1R 0DU
March to Trafalgar Square

Join the Caravan for Climate Jobs: 12th – 25th May 2012

  •    Fighting for a million new jobs
  •   Fighting the threat of catastrophic climate change
The CLIMATE JOBS CARAVAN – backed by a number of national unions and campaign groups – is a 2000 mile campaign tour of towns and cities to promote the ONE MILLION CLIMATE JOBS REPORT and raise public discussion of how jobs lost in your locality can be replaced through the creation of the new industries and services that we need to ensure an environmentally sustainable future.
The Caravan goes on the road on 12 May. It will be greeted by meetings and other public events in dozens of localities where jobs are currently being shed. Join it when it arrives near you.
May 23rd advance warning Lord Freud at National Housing Federation event explaining the need for Welfare abolition. 


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