Mobilising meetings for N9 and N30 across the country

In the run-up to November 9 and November 30, the Education Activist Network alongside other campaigns has initiated the following meetings below. These forums are intended to bring trade unionists, educationalists and students together to discuss the HE White Paper, and organise resistance collectively.

If you would like to have an EAN speaker at one of your meetings please e-mail educationactivist@gmail.com

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Monday, October 3rd – Goldsmiths College. Speakers include: Des Freedman, UCU Branch Sec, Eleanor Saunders, Goldmsiths UNISON, Mark Bergfeld, NUS NEC

Tuesday, October 4th – Kingston University. Speakers include: Nina Power, Defend the Right to Protest; Mark Bergfeld NUS NEC, UCU speaker

Thursday, October 6th – London School of Economics. Speakers include: Mark Campbell, UCU London Met, Owen Jones, author; Mandy Brown, Action for ESOL, Mark Bergfeld, NUS NEC

Wednesday, October 12th – University of East London. Speakers include: Jacqui Mitchell, UCU and Education Activist Network, Mark Bergfeld, NUS NEC, Nina Power, Defend the Right to Protest, UEL SU speaker

Wednesday, October 12th – Kings College London. Speakers include: Jim Wolfreys, UCU NEC; Samir Karnik Hinks, Education Activist Network

Thursday, October 13th – University Birmingham. Speakers include: Local UCU and UNISON, Mark Bergfeld, NUS NEC

Monday 17th October: Cambridge University. Speakers include: Mark Campbell, UCU NEC, Priyamavda Gopal, Campaign for Public University

Tuesday, 18th October: Oxford Ruskin. Speakers include: tba

Wednesday, 19th October: Essex. Speakers include: Nina Power, Defend the Right to Protest; Mark Bergfeld NUS NEC

Thursday, 20th October Manchester. Spakers include: Mark Campbell, UCU London Met, Mark Bergfeld, NUS NEC

Saturday, 29th October Kings College London: EAN teach-in New College of Resistance

About educationactivistnetwork
The education activist network provides national coordination for trade unionists, academics, university workers and student campaigners fighting to defend jobs and education in the UK.

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