Jun 302013
 

University of London Union, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY

This meeting will be a chance for

– Local DPAC groups to share information and experiences and to network

– Find out more about and feed into the Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations Manifesto

– Feed into the planning of this year’s DPAC Week of Action and Freedom Drive

 

The venue is wheelchair accessible and BSL will be provided.

 

To RSVP or for other access enquiries please contact Ellen ellen.clifford@inclusionlondon.co.uk or 07505144371

  

Many thanks to Inclusion London and to University of London Union for their support and facilities for this meeting.

Jan 262013
 

Thanks to Occupy the London DPAC meeting on Saturday will be livestreamed:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/occupynewsnetwork

London Disabled People Against Cuts (LDPAC)
Meeting
Saturday, 9th February 2013
11am – 3.30pm
Room RHB 142, Main Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, Lewisham Way, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW
This meeting will be a chance to
  • to find out more information about DPAC, the attacks on disabled people and what we will be doing over the next year,
  • to network, meet other disabled activists and share information
  • to hear from local London DPAC groups what they have been campaigning on in their local areas
We will also looking at what disabled people want from a London DPAC and how you want to work together over the next year
The venue is wheelchair accessible. See below for travel information.
 
To RSVP or for other access enquiries please contact Ellen ellen.clifford@inclusionlondon.co.uk or 07505144371
Many thanks to Inclusion London and to Goldsmiths Students’ Union for their support and facilities for this meeting.
Travel information:
  • 5 minutes’ walk from both New Cross and New Cross Gate stations (zone 2), on the main rail network and London Overground.
  • On major bus routes including 21, 36, 53, 136, 171, 172, 177, 225, 321, 343, 436, 453.
  • 10 minutes’ walk from Deptford Bridge Docklands Light Railway (DLR) station.
  • On the National Express coach route.
  • At the junction of the A2 and the A20, on Lewisham Way.
Directions for getting to Goldsmiths:
http://www.gold.ac.uk/find-us/
Access information about New Cross station:
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/nwx/details.htm l
Goldsmiths access information:
Accessible parking: if you will need this on the day please contact Ellen on 07505144371 or by email ellen.clifford@inclusionlondon.co.uk to arrange
Apr 152012
 

Sian Griffiths is a local Brent resident, firefighter and now candidate for the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) in the upcoming elections.

Sian was awarded the Queens Fire Service Medal (QFSM)  and one of only 2 women to have ever received the award, in Nov 2010 but 2 days later was then suspended for supporting the Fire Brigades Union’s industrial action against the proposed sacking of 5000 firefighters and she was subsequently disciplined and demoted. She is pursuing her case through an Employment (industrial) tribunal next month (May).  Sian is a parent and also active within her local community in Willesden and is the Chair of Queens Park Community School (QPCS) Parent, Teachers, Friends Association (PTFA). It is exactly this kind of worker that TUSC wants to see representing ordinary people instead of the usual high polished career politicians.

TUSC is a coalition of unions, activists and like minded people commited to opposing “all cuts” on the basis that money is plentiful at the tops of society and just needs to be shared out. All candidates stand by this pledge. TUSC represents an alternative to the 3 main parties which represent the millionaires instead it stands for the millions. We enjoy the backing of the RMT Union nationally and FBU in London.
BRENT MEETING

7.30pm Tuesday 24th April
Rising Sun, 25 Harlesden Road, NW10 2BY(behind Willesden Green library)

Speakers are TUSC candidates:
Sian Griffiths, Fire Brigades Union
Martin Powell-Davies, National Executive of teachers union NUT
Mick Dooley, construction activist
Gary MacFarlane, Tottenham community activist