Education meeting , this Friday

1 09 2014

As discussed in the previous post, there is a public meeting on education on Friday 5th September 2014 featuring:

  • Tristram Hunt (MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central and Shadow Secretary of State for Education) and
  • Christine Blower (National Union of Teachers, General Secretary). 

The meeting will be chaired by Jason Hill, President of the North Staffs Trades Council. This has been jointly organised by the North Staffs Trades Council (NSTUC) and North Staffs Pensioners’ Convention.

We originally planned three speakers but will be keeping to two to ensure that there is loads of time for the speakers to answer questions from members of the audience, so please bring yours.

Download the poster at Education_meeting_poster

The venue is the Mitchell Arts Centre, Broad Street, Hanley, ST1 4HG. A map is available at http://www.mitchellartscentre.co.uk/contact/

Doors and cafe open at 6.00pm and the meeting will take place from 6.30pm-8.30pm.

There will be stalls from the North Staffs Trades Council, including fairtrade Zaytoun produce, the North Staffs Pensioners’ Convention and the North Staffs People’s Assembly

Any questions,  please contact northstaffstuc@gmail.com

This is the third joint NSTUC and North Staffs Pensioners’ Convention.public meeting organised under the banner ‘Fairer North Staffs.’ The first was against cuts and privatisation and the second was on health and social care. These meetings have provided an important opportunity to debate key local and national issues, with a line-up of national figures, such as Mark Serwotka and Christina McAnea, alongside local campaigners.

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