This weekend for International Women’s Day Weekend there are some incredible events and march’s taking place in London which we will be attending as a CLP. Below are details of all the events if you too would like to attend.
Saturday 7 March
Million Women Rise
- TIME of March: Meet from 12.30pm and set off at 1.15pm
- WHERE: Meet at Duke Street, London, W1U 1AT (next to Selfridges)CENTRAL LONDON .
- HOW: March to Trafalgar Square.
- A friendly access bus will be available within the march for you to access whenever you want
- Rally: Trafalgar Square : from 2.30/3pmh
- BSL interpreters will be available for the entire rally.
- WHO: All Girls, Women, and their children who want an end to male violence against women and girls in all its forms!
Full details of the event can be found here on their website.
War on Want, MARSM and Movimientos Present: WARA & Kallemi
Tickets for this event are £15 and can be purchased here
Sunday 8 March
On International Women’s Day on Sunday 8th March 2020, there will be two fantastic events in central London:
- an indoor rally at the Southbank Centre, London, from 12.00 to 1.15pm
- a march in central London from Whitehall Place (near Trafalgar Square) to Parliament Square, starting 1.45pm and ending 3.15pm
Tickets for the indoor rally are only £5 and can be purchase here. The march is free to join.
Hope to see you there!
Our very own Sam Batra, Branch Secretary, CLP Social Media Manager and member of the Save Wornington College Campaign Group wrote an excellent piece about the campaign to save Wornington College after it’s clandestine purchase by RBKC for redevelopment into luxury accommodation.
The campaign group has worked tirelessly since 2016 and they are an inspiration to us all!
We highly recommend you read the article in full here!
We will be starting our regular street stall on Portobello Road again this Friday if you’d like to stop by and chat to us about our mayoral candidate!
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Boris Johnson ‘s government is pursuing a divisive and reactionary agenda across the board.
We must stand shoulder to shoulder with all those communities, trade unions, migrants and others resisting the Tory attacks.
Now is the time to unite our party, take the fight to the Tories, get Sadiq Khan re-elected and secure a London for the many, not the few.
Having served as an Assembly Member (AM) until 2016, I want to get back into City Hall to stand up for Londoners.
As an experienced campaigner, I have a proven track record of working against austerity and privatization. Working with Trade Unions and local Labour Groups I helped save fire stations from austerity cuts and post offices from closure.
I believe Labour must continue to oppose cuts and support investment in our future, including through extending public ownership and a green new deal.
As Jeremy Corbyn’s successor as Chair of the Stop the War Coalition, I have been at the forefront of the anti-Trump marches.
We will continue these protests every time he comes to our shores and oppose his attacks on our Mayor.
We must continue to stand up to hate and for unity, not division.
I also want to continue working with all the campaigns I have been involved with on tackling the climate emergency – against expansion of airports in London like Heathrow and City Airport, for improvements in air quality and reductions in noise pollution.
As the inspirational student climate strikers showed us, we need a politics that puts people and planet – not private profit – first.
I’d like to thank all the CLPs who nominated me and everyone who has supported my campaign so far, including the CWU, FBU and UNISON Labour Link Greater London regions, London Labour Left, Socialist Health Association, Councillors including Council Leader Stephen Cowan of Hammersmith & Fulham and of course MPs Andy Slaughter, John McDonnell, Diane Abbott.
And also an endorsement from Emma Dent Coad of Kensington
“As AM, Murad worked tirelessly to fight Mayor Johnson’s proposed cuts to police and fire stations. Indeed the team at North Ken fire station, the first team to the Grenfell Tower fire over two years ago, have acknowledged that he was probably instrumental in saving their station.
Murad has the rare qualities of understanding issues and problems from all quarters of our unequal society with empathy and kindness, while being able to grasp complex issues and how best to lobby, argue and petition the appropriate people at the right time.
I have no hesitation in endorsing Murad as a London Assembly candidate”
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