A fight for free education
Looks like the
The background to this is the NUS’ priority campaign over coalition 2010 (an alliance of Teaching Unions, MPs and NUS over not lifting the Cap on Fees.) The upshot of this is that the student movement actually has something to rally around to put our vision of education on the map and a chance to revitalise our movement. The need to broaden out the campaign to the question of what higher education should be about is undeniable as are the limitations of 2010 but here is what we have agreed:
Wednesday 27th September – NW regional demo in Manchester to end at the Labour Party conference. A chance at the start of term to mobilize the
Wednesday 13th October – NW mass lobbies of local MP’s. A half way point to the national demo drawing together activists and win support for our action.
Sunday 29th October – National Demonstration in
All that is left is to organise the events and get as much buy in as is possible. Approaching FE’s, tying in with the national Anti War demo (in