International Workers’ Memorial Day 2017

International Workers' Memorial Day 2017

Friday 28th April 2017, 1.00pm
Castle Park, Bristol

Assemble at
Tony Benn House, Victoria Street at 12.30 pm


Speakers
Peter Hughes, Unite
Lesley Mansell, Labour candidate for Metro Mayor
Steve Gibbs, Bristol Hazards Group
Andy Robertson, Bristol Trades Union Council

A leaflet advertising the event can be found here International Workers’ Memorial Day 2017 and more information about the campaign can be obtained from the Hazards Campaign.

Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living!

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The Bristol march and rally is organised by Bristol Trades Union Council

Bristol & District Hazards Group to mark International Workers Memorial Day

Behave Yourself!

6.30-8.30pm, Thursday 27th April 2017

CWU Offices, 20 Church Rd, Lawrence Hill, Bristol, BS5 9JA

(Free event)

Join Bristol & District Hazards Group to mark International Workers Memorial Day

International Workers’ Memorial Day is an annual trade union commemoration of those that have lost their lives at or as a result of work. It is marked on 28th April each year and special events to remember the fallen take place around the world, including in Bristol. This year we are hosting a public meeting to reflect on the relationship between business, the state and the labour movement. We have guest speakers talking about the blacklisting of trade union safety reps and the threat to the labour movement from state surveillance and infiltration.

More information can be obtained from: bristolhazards@gmail.com

A flyer for the meeting can be downloaded from here Behave Yourselfs!

Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living!

Stress the killer in our schools

International Workers' Memorial Day 2017

Stress The Killer In Our Schools

Friday 28th April 2017, 5.00pm
outside Primark, Broadmead.

To highlight how stress affects teachers, and pupils a
10 minute theatre piece will be performed, twice,
and the leaflet Stress The Killer In Our Schools will be
handed out to passers by.

 Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living!

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This event is organised by
Bristol National Union of Teachers

 

Saving the NHS from Trump and May

Saving the NHS from Trump and May

Why did an estimated 250,000 people march through London on 4th March 2017 to defend the NHS? What needs to be defended?
Speakers
Paul Roderick, co-author of the NHS Bill
Caroline Molloy, editor of OurNHS
More to be confirmed

Thursday 18th May 2017
7.30pm – 10.30pm (Doors open 7.00pm)
The Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol, BS2 0NW

See Saving the NHS from Trump and May for more details and to book tickets.

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PCS payday protest

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Bristol Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) members will taking part in a nationwide day of pay protests on

Friday 31 March 2017, 1:00pm
In Bristol the protest will focused on the government offices at
2 The Square, Temple Quay, BS1 6HA

Bristol Trades Union Council will be supporting the protest and is asking all affiliated unions to join with us in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in PCS  who will be sending a powerful message to government that they need and deserve a decent pay rise.

More information about the protest can be found here 31 March: join the PCS payday protest

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Fidel – The Untold Story


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Tuesday, March 28th, 2017
6:30pm – 8:45pm

Fidel Castro is no longer with us.
 
 
 
For Donald Trump, some Cuban-Americans in Miami, and some of the British media this was a cause for a grotesque celebration. But millions of ordinary Cubans, and tens of millions throughout Latin America, Africa and beyond, mourned the loss of one of the greatest and most inspiring political leaders of the 20th century.
Come join us at this film showing to learn about and celebrate his life, and to hear how we intend to complete his legacy by achieving truly normal relations between Britain and Cuba.

Old Council Chamber, 1st Floor,
Wills Memorial Building,
Queens Road, BS8 1JR

Organised by Bristol and Bath group of the Cuba Solidarity Campaign with thanks to Bristol University.

FFI about the meeting can be obtained by emailing Bristol and Bath Cuba Solidarity Campaign

Download a leaflet for the event here Fidel – The Untold Story

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