Saturday 4th December: protest outside of Lib Dem London Conference (Haverstock School, Camden)
Sunday 5th December: General Assemblies in as many cities as possible to plan action for 8th and 9th, actions across the country to keep pressure up on government. Education Activist Network Teach-In at LSE, 11-4.
Monday 6th December: Lobby outside NUS headquarters for Aaron Porter to support the national demo on 9th. Meet at 10am.
Wednesday 8th December: NUS Day of Action. Support protests and walkouts across the country. NUS Women’s Campaign will protest outside Lynn Fetherstone’s offices (Wood Green) and demonstrations will take place outside MP’s offices and on campus’ across the country. After school rallies will take place in towns and cities to get everyone ready. Those from outside of London are encouraged to travel down on the 8th and stay at occupations, ready for the 9th.
Thursday 9th December: Student and education workers from across the country should come to London. Students should make picket lines to ensure all workers comes out. Shut down institutions, blockade and picket schools, colleges and universities. “Shut down London” should be our slogan for the day. We will invite Ed Miliband to the massive march on parliament.
We call on all Trade Unions to support the action and call on their members to walk out and support the protests. The TUC should call on their members to support the demo if they can’t go out during the day, and to attend the demo after work.
Those who really cannot make it to London should have solidarity actions across the country; protests outside town halls etc.