Join us on Saturday 5th October to block roads and stop the Government’s changes to Legal Aid!
Their cuts have already devastated education, healthcare, welfare and housing. Now, the proposed changes to Legal Aid will take away our ability to challenge them and block all but the rich from access to justice. People will[…]
Posts Tagged ‘DPAC’
SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
out side-Tory Party Conference, ManchesterA national demonstration in defence of the NHS has been called on 29 September at the Tory Party Conference. This was confirmed by Unite- GMB-Unison! UNITED WE STAND TO SAVE OUR NHS!
Facebook Event Page.
Livestreamers for the Day:
Getting ready for the march.[…]Read more →
By Andria E-M.
During the 1980s and 1990’s, I must have buried or cremated 100 friends. Most of them died from AIDS, or drug overdoses. So when I got to Parliament Sq early on this day of action, I was immediately sent back down memory lane watching Jamie and Janie placing flowers all over the[…]
12pm at Parliament Square
Scrap Atos – End the Work Capability Assessment.10 Thousand Cuts and Counting is a ceremony of remembrance and solidarity for those who have had their lives devastated by the austerity programme, including more than 10,000 people who died shortly after undergoing the Atos Work Capability Assessment, the degrading test[…]
DPAC: Today is our Freedom Drive and our March to Parliament, today we launch the disability manifesto and tell the politicans these are our demands, include us, we want to be equal in society living our lives. If you are coming safe travels, march starts at 12.45 at four departments, energy and climate change, education,[…]Read more →
General Assembly from August 1st 2013.
August 24th 2013. Mass Sleep out on the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral. 50 other events in various cities around the country.
Solidarity for Balcombe Community Protection Camp.
Solidarity for DPAC week of action.
£200.00 to Reclaim the Power to re-imburse people who have already bought[…]
DPAC – Disabled People against the Cuts meeting: Benefit Justice.
Decision was made to alter the petition to ask people to include their addresses.
200 Signatures have been already taken, will need to contact them for their addresses.
Another 300 is needed to get the 500 target to get the Bromley Council to consider.
A number of London Occupy attended the local meeting of the DPAC Bromley and Croydon. There were members of the Labour Party, Socialist Workers, Green Party and a Labour Councillor from Bromley.
We do note that everyone spoke about getting together and fighting the cuts. Local issues of evictions and the national issue of the[…]
On Saturday 28th January in central London, a group of disabled, sick and elderly people are going to engage in a daring and disruptive act of civil disobedience. Please support them in this action and then come to OccupyLSX by St Paul’s and join us to Celebrate the Right to Protest with a host of[…]Read more →