Self-help support vs ravages of 'welfare reform'. Never attend anywhere official alone!
This blog currently focuses on national policy matters that impact upon KUWG members.
Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group as a group focuses primarily on combating benefits injustices locally through advocacy in individuals' benefit claims, and demonstrations that emphasise that there is hope when we come together. We are more angry than frightened.
Thursday 14 July to Saturday 16 July 2016 diary dates
These are in order of start time where possible, rather than setting off from Kilburn time! For help with working out travel arrangements by public transport, go to https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/
Thu 14 Jul, 5-8pmSit Down 2 Defend Our NHS by NHS Solidarity. We’ll march from St Bartholomew’s Hospital, EC1A 9 to City of London where we’ll sit down in protest against cuts & privatisation in the NHS 5 Year Forward View.https://www.facebook.com/events/245797525796605/
Kwug Blog editor adds: "The above cited St Bartholomew's Hospital location of 'EC1A 9' stems from the cited Facebook page. Other sources, including Transport for London Journey Planner, cite the address as St Bartholomew's Hospital, W Smithfield, London EC1A 7BE"
Thu 14 Jul, 7.30-9.30pmPost Referendum, What’s Next? Jean Lambert MEP & others will discuss. By Haringey Green Party at Penang Satay House, 9 Turnpike Lane, N8 0EP
Facebook event open to the public — especially Facebook users re saying that you're going!
Sat 16 Jul, 10am–4pmRethink Mental Illness – London Campaign Event Find out about Rethink’s campaign priorities for next year & meet other Rethink supporters across the nation. Apply by email & state preferred London location: email@example.com