The Brighton Unity Statement launched just over a week ago is going from strength to strength, as well as the hundreds of individual signatures and the original supporters in now has support from Brighton Unison, Brighton and Hove Council BME workers forum and Brighton University Students Union.
The sign the statement >click here<
Download a PDF of the poster here: postercolour
Download the flyer here: flyer2up
A poster encouraging people to sign the statement is now available.
This year’s conference hosted by Unite Against Fascism, One Society Many Cultures, PCS and NUT on Sarurday 2 March is a chance for antifascists and antiracists to plan the campaign for the coming year.
Hundreds of antifascist and antiracist activists, campaigners, faith communities and trade unionists will come together at the conference to discuss our strategy for 2013 – and look ahead towards the 2014 Euro elections, where the MEP seats held by British National Party leader Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons, who has now formed a rival party, are up for election.
The conference will review our successes – incuding the crushing blow inflicted on the English Defemce League in Walthamstow – and discuss what we do in the next year to prevent the EDL regrouping and to counter fascist candidates in the elections in 2013 and 2014.
It will also be an opportunity to discuss how we challenge Islamophobia and racism, and defend multiculturalism.
The conference takes place on Saturday 2 March from 10am to 4.30pm at TUC Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS. The nearest tubes are Russell Square and Tottenham Court Road.
More on how to book your place: http://uaf.org.uk/2013/01/uaf-conference-2013-saturday-2-march-central-london/