Sep 252011
Atos protestBirmingham
Friday, September 30 · 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Five Ways House, Islington Row, Middleway, B15 1SF
Demonstration and Leafletting Outside the ATOS Assesment centre
Five Ways house is just next to Five Ways train station and we will
leaflet there as well. We may decide to move to the city centre for more
visibility but a decision on that will be made on the day.
Action supported by Birmingham Against the Cuts, DPAC and Enable
Friday, September 30 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Churchill Square, Brighton
Performance of Dick Whittington & His Work Capability Assessment – join in & shout at the computer!
Funeral procession for those who have died because of Atos. Wear black!
Leafleting & picket of Atos Healthcare testing centre in Upper North Street.
Friday, September 30 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm
ATOS Assessment Centre Batchelor St Chatham (Next to Jolly Caulkers)
Medway Against Cuts will be holding a picket outside the Chatham Atos centre from 12pm – 2pm:
Friday 30th September 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Atos Medical Assessment Centre, Corunna House, 29 Cadogan Street, G2 7RD
The National Day Of Action Against Atos event will happen in Glasgow outside the Atos Medical Assessment Centre.
They will be handing out leaflets to those attending sickness assessments on how to deal with the medical:
In London people will be gathering outside the BMJ Recruitment Fair where Atos will be attempting to recruit yet more ‘disability assessors’:
Friday, September 30 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Albert Bridge House
Bridge Street
Manchester M60 9DA
Friday, September 30 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Pedestrianised area of Hockley, outside Jugglers at the crossing of Broad St/Carlton St/Stoney St
A protest against ATOS and the their unfair capability assessments, designed to strip claimants of their disability benefits.
Assemble in Hockley to head over to protest at the ATOS assessment centre on Stoney Street:
Friday, September 30 – 12:30pm – 2:00pm
St. Sampson’s Square

In line with the national call-out for actions against ATOS on 30th September, York Welfare Campaign are organising a protest and speak-out at St Sampson’s Square: