Monthly Archives: January 2017
Birmingham City Council Proposes Cutting Support Services to Vulnerable People – Join us in Victoria Square on 14th February 3 – 4.30pm
Why it is important to challenge these attempts to assign monopoly power to the Mayor is that it is exactly what the government wants: to marginalise the role of elected councillors in the WMCA and to create an all-powerful executive presidential model of mayoral leadership.
Birmingham schools will lose £97 million by 2019. That’s 2,604 teachers and £579 per pupil. Find out here how much your school will lose, and support the campaign.
The updated Schoolcuts website – http://www.schoolcuts.org.uk/#/ – supported by NUT, ATL, GMB, NAHT, UNISON and Unite – shows how the Government’s own National Funding Formula proposals will, when combined with its funding freeze, affect each school. You can find out how your school will be affected – just put in the name or postcode. Continue reading
LAUNCH EVENT FOR THRIVE WEST MIDLANDS: AN ACTION PLAN TO DRIVE BETTER MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN THE WEST MIDLANDS
An invitation from the West Midlands Combined Authority Mental Health Commission for Tuesday, 31 January 2017 from 12:00 to 14:30 at the Warwickshire County Cricket Club Edgbaston Stadium. Continue reading
We’re lobbying outside BCC Monday 16th Jan, 10.30am, opposing cuts to vital housing support & prevention services