Angry about what’s happening to benefits, jobs,
pensions, many of our services, rights, and our NHS?
What can we do about it?

Chair: Lisa Dando Director Brighton Women’s Centre

Caroline Lucas MP
Olufemi Hughes formed Community Dialogue for Change in 2006.
The CDC team has run community forums across the city since then.
Shana Pezaro Trustee at the Fed Centre for Independent Living
Katie Love Advice officer at the Disability Advice Centre
Rehana Azam GMB National Officer for Public Services
Gail Gray CEO, RISE (Refuge, Information, Support, Education)
Mary-Ann Stephenson Co-ordinator of Coventry Women’s Voices;
author of TUC Women and the Cuts Toolkit

SAT 2 FEBRUARY, 1 – 4pm (doors open 12.30)
Everybody welcome!

Art and activism
Using the media
Benefits – support and campaigning
Setting up a city-wide women’s network
Women and safety
Women and the public sector
NHS – building the local campaign
Non-violent action

Creche Places are limited and need to be pre-booked.
Please telephone 01273 827001 to book.

Hurry – spaces will go quickly!
Refreshments and great cakes!
Brighthelm Centre is fully accessible.
Hearing loop in Brighthelm centre main auditorium.

Entrance to Brighthelm Centre on right side of North Road, just down from junction with Queen’s Road.  Out of Brighton Station, straight ahead down Queen’s Road to
North Road (on left).

Buses down Queen’s Road:
6, 7, 14, 14A/B/C, 27, 27A, 37, 37B,
46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 56, 57, 81A

For more information contact BHWAC on 07415 002535 or

Get your free ‘hot-off-the-press’ copy of
BHWAC’s Voices against the Cuts,
to be launched at the event.
Together we are strong.

Download a copy of the flier here: BHWAC FLYER12-12_Layout 1

About coventrywomensvoices

Coventry Womens Voices is an independent group of women’s organisations, organisations working with women and individuals that have come together to ensure women’s voices are heard when policy is made in Coventry. Our mission is to “Make Women’s Voices Heard in Coventry”.
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