On 21 November, thousands of students will march in London to say no to cuts, fees and privatisation.
Since the Con-Dem government came to power, education has been under constant attack. Tuition fees were tripled to £9k a year, EMA was scrapped and now schools and universities are being sold off to private companies.
On October 20th, 150, 000 workers marched in London demanding an end to cuts.
#Demo2012 on November 21st is our chance to strike back.
The trashing of Tory party HQ at Millbank, the occupations and education assemblies showed how we become stronger when we unite and fight. The victory of the Quebec students’ strike proves that militant struggle is the best way to defeat government attacks.
The student movement needs to reorganise and create the weapons necessary to win. This means uniting the different campaigns like EAN, NCAFC and YFJ into a single, democratic federation which fights for a general strike to stop the cuts.
A big demonstration on N21 will send Cameron’s toffs the message that students won’t lie down and watch our universities privatised and a generation of young people denied access to real education.
All out to defend education on N21 – Scrap fees & cuts, bring back EMA – Build a general strike to stop the cuts!