Saturday 7th December 10am – 5pm
Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London SE14 6NW
Speakers include Francesca Martinez, Owen Jones and Josie Long.
There will be workshops on How we Can Save our NHS, The Housing Crisis, The Battle for Education, Building Unions to Fight Austerity and Environment and Energy as well as Austerity and Rascist Scapegoating, Alternatives to Austerity, Explaining and Fighting the Benefit Cuts and EU-US Free Trade Agreement.
There will also be a showing of protest films by Reel News and Kate Belgrave in the cinema and workshop sessions on banner making, leaflet design and performance and songs.
London DPAC will be running a workshop on disability, austerity and resistance. Disabled people have been at the forefront of the fightback against the Coalition government for the past three years. Our rights and freedoms are facing an ideological attack of unprecedented magnitude under the excuse of austerity that is resulting in misery, poverty and death. Disabled people are not letting this happen to us without a fight. This workshop will explore the range of campaign tactics and alliances that have been built and what more we need to do in our struggle for an alternative to austerity founded in social justice and fairness.
Chair: Roger Lewis,London DPAC
Ciara Doyle, Disabled People Against Cuts
Sean McGovern is TUC disabled workers’ committee co-chair and Unite EC and national disabled members’ committee chair
Denise McKenna is a long standing campaigner against psychiatric abuses.
Tickets are free if you are unwaged, £5 if bought in advance, £10 on the door.
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