Against Austerity, YES. But what do we stand for? The People’s Charter could be the blueprint.Read more
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!
A protest against the potential closure of two of Wrexham’s biggest leisure centres is set to take place this month.Read more
In July, the evening before the Durham Miners’ Gala, a launch meeting was held at the Miners’ Hall. Local activists who had been involved in Keep the NHS Public, the ‘Durham No Bedroom Tax’ group and the secretary of the Durham Miners’ Association were joined on the platform by Ellie Mae O’Hagan and Owen Jones. It was a well-attended meeting, with 240 people there and the discussion was very positive.Read more
The first meeting of the West / North Yorkshire People's Assembly was held in Leeds on 22nd July 2013. The meeting was attended by people from Leeds, Huddersfield, Keighley, The Calder Valley and Skipton.
Over the coming months the group will work together to organise events, take action and reach out to other local groups. Everyone is very welcome so please join us in defending education, health and welfare. To get involved, come along to one of our events, visit our Facebook group or email
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.