The trade union movement will be holding this commemoration to mark this
international day highlighting deaths and illnesses caused by issues in the workplace.
We know that as austerity and cuts bite deeper we are all put under more pressure at
work with stress and depression being a common cause. At times of economic crisis we
as unions need to fight even harder for decent health and safety standards in our
Tuesday 28th April
12pm – 1pm. Garden between St Mary’s Street
and Bayley Lane at the rear of Drapers (formerly
Tuesday 28 April is International Workers Memorial Day. There will be a short ceremony and laying of wreaths/flowers – ‘Remember the Dead and Fight for the Living’. Meet at 12.00 noon in Bayley Lane at the side of the Council House.
Visit https://www.tuc.org.uk/workersmemorialday for further details.
There are two chances to catch the film ‘Still the Enemy Within’ about the miners strike. Please pass this on to anyone interested.
Warwick Arts Centre
Phone: 024 76 524 524
A unique insight into the dramatic events surrounding the 1984 – 85 “British Miners’ Strike”.
Thirty years on, this is the raw first-hand experience of those who lived through Britain’s long strike.
The Guardian comment “A documentary as gripping as a thriller”
Visit the documentary website via – http://the-enemy-within.org.uk/
Also showing –
Admission is free but we will be asking for donations on the day. We are also asking trade unions/other interested organisations to sponsor the event – we have already received some sponsorship from a Unite branch but more are needed to support this event and our future activities to fight against austerity.
Please ask your organisation to sponsor this, cheques payable to Coventry and Warwickshire People’s Assembly, c/o 42 Stanley Road, Coventry CV5 6FF .
Tickets are limited, please book here:
Please sign & share widely. Save the Employment Support Service. http://epetitions.coventry.gov.uk/2015/04/save-the-employment-support-service/