Planning Meeting on Monday

Birmingham against the Cuts will have it’s next planning meeting on Monday, at 18:30, Unison Offices, 19th Floor, McClaren Tower, Priory Queensway, City Centre.

We will be looking forward over the next couple of months with the national TUC demonstration in March and the local elections in May.  Everyone is welcome to attend, and give their input into the kinds of things we should be planning to do running up to these events.

Agenda:

Apologies and attendance

Important developments in struggles (Youth Service, CAB, Connexions, UNISON contract, CROSS,
Students, academies and free schools, Libraries, Day Centres, Women’s event)

Birmingham Budget Demonstration 26th February – brief appraisal

St Patrick’s Day Parade

March 26th demonstration London
a) Transport
b) Leaflet for coaches
c) Neighbourhood street stalls

Finance

Public Meeting April?

April 30th demonstration

Election of officers
a) Vice-Chair

Next organising meeting

Any Other Business

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  1. Pingback: Planning Meeting on Monday | Coalition of Resistance Against Cuts & Privatisation

  2. Hello all at BATC.
    I’ve had a letter from the Labour Party (Ed Balls) inviting me to what looks like one of these meetings to discuss “a different approach to the cuts”. I thought you might want to perhaps target or leaflet the meeting, which is scheduled to take place @ 5:45pm on 17 March. The venue is somewhere in Selly Oak but it is looks like a hand-picked audience job. However, you can get the venue by logging on to http://www.fresh-ideas.org.uk/sellyoak.

    Hope this is of some use.

    Fraternally

    Geoff Smith

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