3 Cosas Protest – Thursday 24 October, 1pm, Senate House

24th oct demo flyer 2First 3 Cosas campaign, University of London Union (ULU) and IWGB (Independent Workers of Great Britain) protest of the new academic year!

Join us to demand sick pay, holidays and pensions NOW!

The 3 Cosas Campaign enters the new academic year confident of victory in its fight for sick pay, holidays and pensions for all workers at the University of London.

The last year saw dozens of escalating protests, rallies, direct action by students, and widespread media coverage. The campaign stepped up the pressure on University of London management, and on the Vice Chancellor Professor Sir Adrian Smith, to grant the demand for equality for all staff.

This pressure clearly began to show, as the University retaliated, calling the police on one supporter of the campaign for allegedly chalking slogans in support of its demands, and issuing a ban on protests on campus.

This term will see a rolling programme of protests, parties and possible industrial action over the closure of the inter-collegiate student Garden Halls accommodation. This will culminate in a national demonstration against the closure of the University of London (ULU) called by the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC) on 13th November.

Download protest flyer here.

See Facebook event here.

Press release: “Protesters to defy University ban on protest” https://3cosascampaign.wordpress.com/2013/10/02/protesters-to-defy-university-ban-on-protest/

Information about the campaign here: https://3cosascampaign.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/3-cosas-did-you-know/


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