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Berwick Trades Union Council monthly meetings

Berwick Trade Council's next meeting: Friday 29th of March




Mick Bowman, Saturday 6th April

Mick Bowman, who recently spoke to the Berwick Trades UnionCouncil about his Justice Walk to Palestine, will be showing videos, giving out more information and answering questions at this session on - 
Saturday 6th April 1pm at the YHA (Youth Hostel Association) Dewars Lane TD15 1HJ.
Speakers from Borders Palestine Solidarity and from Newcastle PSC have also been invited.

Palestinian trade unions have appealed for support with an urgent call for solidarity action to end all complicity and to stop arming Israel. Medical Aid for Palestine has stated that starvation is being used as a weapon of war in Gaza.

As trade unionists we, together with all those supporting justice in Palestine, condemn the crimes against humanity and genocidal strategy in Gaza as set out in the South African submission to the International Court of Justice.  We are for an immediate and permanent ceasefire and an end to the genocide in Gaza.

We hope you can attend the session on -
 Saturday 6th April 1pm at the YHA, Dewars Lane, TD15 1HJ.  There is a cafe, parking, a lift and an accessible toilet.


Workers Memorial Day, Friday 26th April

Hello All -
We have been invited to the first International Workers Memorial Day Service arranged by NCC. 

This is on Friday 26th April at 9am in Memorial Square, County Hall, Morpeth NE61 2EF.
There will be an opportunity to lay wreaths and following the service the cafeteria will be open.

This day has always been extremely important for the trade union movement on the basis of 'Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living'.  This year's slogan is Unions Make Work Safe. 

Is anyone interested in attending on our behalf including laying of a wreath (and travel/petrol paid)? Please let me know ASAP.

Many thanks
Secretary Berwick Trades Council


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