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Women’s Assembly Against Austerity – join the fightback!

Organised by women, for women – to make our voices heard – in collaboration with the People’s Assembly Against Austerity | Saturday 22 February 2014

Book your ticket now online here. http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/womens-assembly-against-austerity-tickets-9613437049?aff=efbevent

Check out the facebook event here. https://www.facebook.com/events/188852217972909/

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Join leading women students, trade unionists, campaigners, activists and experts at the Women’s Assembly Against Austerity on Saturday 22 February to co-ordinate the fight-back against the government’s savage cuts and the inequality that comes along with them.

The government’s attacks on education from the scrapping of EMA to the trebling of tuition fees and cuts to vital services have all disproportionately impacted upon women students. The Women’s Assembly Against Austerity is about sharing information, arming ourselves up with the facts and coordinating the figthback.

Confirmed speakers include:

Dianne Abbot MP, Sarah Veale (TUC), Lindsey German (Stop The War), Kate Hudson (CND), Diana Holland (Unite), Gloria Mills (UNISON), Francesca Martinez (comedian and activist), Natalie Bennett (Green Party), Cllr Rania Khan, Kate Smurthwaite (comedian), Barbara Ntumy (NUS Black Students’ Campaign), Mya Pope-Weidemann (Student Assembly Against Austerity), Kerry Abel (Abortion Rights), Sabby Dhalu (Unite Against Fascism), Doreen Massey, Christine Blower (NUT), Charlotte Bennett (Midkent College SU Women’s Officer) and many more …

Workshops include:

Community Organising, Health, Women & Work: All Work and no equal pay, Anti-racism, Women & War, Transport, Education and more…

Come along to the Women’s Assembly Against Austerity – join the fightback!

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