At Teresa May's first Tory Party Conference as Prime Minister we will be holding a mass demonstration to say we demand an alternative to ‘Austerity Britain’
We will demand investment in public services, in infrastructure, and in decent jobs for all. An end to scapegoating of migrants which divides our communities and whips up racism. Join us and help make sure the demonstration is as big as possible.
Join us, in our tens of thousands, to demand change
Transport is being arranged from across the country: http://www.thepeoplesassembly.org.uk/brum_transport_16
Follow the link if you are attending both events and are seeking ACCOMMODATION: http://www.thepeoplesassembly.org.uk/accom
Coaches drop off point and pick up, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG (City Park side).
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Sheffield People's Assembly
Sheffield People’s Assembly is a branch of The People's Assembly Against Austerity which:
1. Is a broad united national campaign against austerity, cuts and privatisation in our workplaces, community and welfare services, based on general agreement with the signatories’ Founding Statement.
2. Is linked to no political party, committed to open non-sectarian working and dedicated to supplementing, rather than supplanting, trade union, student, pensioner and community opposition to austerity measures.
3. Is based on affiliation by individual supporters, unions nationally and locally, anti-cuts campaigns, and other student, pensioner, unemployed, disabled people’s, women’s, Black people’s, youth and LGBT campaigning organisations.
4. Aspires to support, encourage, coordinate joint action, and facilitate a transfer of experience rather than to command.
5. Encourages the establishment of new local campaigns and/or People’s Assemblies.
6. Organises newsletters, a website, twitter, Facebook and social media, meetings, conferences, lobbies, rallies, marches, demonstrations and other events.
7. Vehemently opposes all proposals to “solve” the crisis by discrimination or scapegoating on grounds of disability, race, religion, ethnic origin, nationality, gender, age, sexual orientation or identity.
8. Liaises closely with similar movements in other countries resisting austerity measures.
9. Encourages a wide debate on how to protect the welfare state and develop an alternative programme for economic and social recovery.