Thursday, 29 March 2007

South Wales Central Election Campaign Meeting

RESPECT - THE UNITY COALITION

South Wales Central Election
Campaign Meeting

WELFARE NOT WARFARE!

Get up! Get into it! Get involved!

Thursday 5th April at 7.30 pm, Riverside Community Centre, Brunel Street (off Ninian Park Road), Riverside, Cardiff

Speakers include -
COUNCILLOR OLIUR RAHMAN
One of the youngest councillors in Britain. Oli paid his dues as a PCS trade union branch secretary prior to election & has earned a reputation in Tower Hamlets as a mighty fighter for tenants rights and Defend Council Housing campaigner.
MARIANNE OWENS, WALES REGIONAL VICE-CHAIR, PCS (Personal Capacity)
A young workplace militant, Marianne has addressed many picket lines and demonstrations, and recently visited Colombia as part of a solidarity delegation of young trade unionists.
KAREN TYRE, RESPECT CANDIDATE, SOUTH WALES CENTRAL
A lifelong socialist, Karen has been active in many campaigns against war, sexism, racism & privatisation from the anti-poll tax movement through to the Stop the War Coalition.
Respect is dedicated to building resistance to neoliberalism in every sphere of society from the ballot box to the workplace, therefore the meeting will include reports from activists from the trade union, anti-racist, climate justice & anti-globalisation movement and struggles.

ALL WELCOME!

Directions to community centre from town: Head down Wood street (in front of Bus station), follow the road past the stadium onto Tudor Street and then onto Ninian Park Road. The community centre is situated on the corner of Brunel Street & is in a converted church building.

Meeting open to anyone against war, racism, privatisation and climate destabilisation: Refugees are welcome here!

PEOPLE NOT PROFIT!

2 comments:

alanindyfed said...

Campaign for Respect.
Vote Plaid for Wales!

Respectable Citizen said...

Feel free to vote Plaid if you want to, but if you want a genuine left alternative to New Labour I would suggest voting for RESPECT where we are standing is a much more wise option.

Of course RESPECT members will continue to work with the more progressive members of Plaid in campaigns against war, racism etc. but fundamentally Plaid do not offer any real alternative to Labour - just more of the same.