Get involved with Nottingham's anti-austerity campaign!

The People's Assembly is Nottingham's anti-austerity campaign. We organise against cuts to living standards, wages and benefits and for an alternative that includes investment in jobs and services. The government's cuts programme is aimed at the poorest and most vulnerable in society, while the spivs and speculators who caused the financial crisis are bailed out.

We meet on the last tuesday of each month to discuss and plan our campaigns. You are very welcome to attend and can find out more about our meetings on our events page.


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    Nottingham set for biggest disability event in the city for years

    Nots UNISON and Nottinghamshire County Council Disabled Employees Support Network (DESN) have organised a major event in Nottingham on Thursday 1 December as part of the celebration for the UN Internatonal Day of People with Disabilities. Free tickets via Eventbrite This will be the biggest Disabilities gathering in Nottingham for many years. We will be celebrating those amongst us with any form of disability and will also be highlightng the multitude of disabilites that people deal with on a daily basis.
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    Health in the 21st century - with Harry Leslie Smith and others

    On Thursday 17th November we have Harry Leslie Smith and others speaking at an event on the future of the health service. recently the subject of debate during the EU campaign, our NHS is in desperate need of funds as successive austerity governments have sought to cut and privatise the service. The challenges the NHS now face in the 21st century also require new ideas and more resources as a mental health crisis among the young threatens to engulf it. Our meeting, Health in the 21st Century seeks to address some of these pressing concerns in a lively, informal discussion at Rough Trade on Thursday 17th November. Read more...
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