You can join us at any point!
We meet every first Thursday of the month 7.30pm at the NCI Sport and Social Club, Holland Street, CB4 3DL.
We also organize conferences, demonstrations, and work with other anti-austerity campaigners.
To be informed of our future events, find information about our next meeting, or look at our previous events, you just need to visit our blog here or send us an email (cambridgepeoplesassembly, at outlook.com).
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
On 21 June, don't miss The People's Assembly's demo against austerity, feat. Owen Jones , Russell Brand and many more, and followed by a free concert! There will be a bus from Cambridge which will hopefully be free and no more than 5£ (waged) and 3£ (unwaged).
To book your seat, send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to join the Facebook event.
We, in Cambridge, are facing the closure of Lifeworks which is the complex cases service supporting people with personality disorders in Cambridge, mainly people with Borderline Personality Disorder(bpd). This tricky to treat mental illness is lifelong, and most people who joined the service were guaranteed life long treatment. Worst cases involve serious self harm, neglect, social isolation and feelings of emptiness. This closure will leave hundreds without care, especially the vital social inclusion BDP sufferers lack.
The Cambridge People’s Assembly Against Austerity is part of a broad movement to change government policy. We believe that cuts to public services and social security are unnecessary , ineffective and harmful to ordinary people.
We meet on the first Thursday of every month at the NCI Sport and Social Club (Holland Street, Cambridge CB4 3DL, 2 mins Jesus Green) – open and lively discussions with our guest speakers. Please check our events for the time and join us!