Join us for the launch of Leeds for Change! Unite Community is getting involved with Summat New, and we’d love you to join us. We will be running a session on linking Community Activism with Industrial Struggles at 3pm and also we will be running a stall all day.
Saturday 8th November, 9am – 10pm
Leeds University Union
Get connected, share skills and join in action for change, with a day of guest speaker panels, workshops hosted by groups from Leeds and further afield, films, art, singing and lots in between for all ages! The full programme is now available, so check it out!
Guest speaker panels will feature:
Paul Mason – Channel 4 Economics Editor, prolific author and digital media guru
Pragna Patel – Founder of Southall Black Sisters, activist and listed in the Guardian’s 100 Top Women
Clara Osagiede – RMT representative, powerful living wage campaigner for London Underground cleaners
Eleanor Lisney & Armineh Soorenian – Sisters of Frida, a Disabled Women’s Cooperative
Aderonke Apata – Lesbian from Nigeria fighting for asylum in the UK & campaigner
Representative from Edinburgh Coalition Against Poverty – campaign group fighting austerity measures
In the evening, we will be celebrating with dinner cooked by The Real Junk Food Project, music from Leeds choirs, and comedy from Chris Coltrane.
The event is FREE to attend, but donations towards running costs can be made through Tidal’s page on LocalGiving. This means we can get gift aid, and from Tuesday 14th October your donation will be doubled!
Leeds for Change promotes social change across the city. We aim to connect groups, improve access and facilitate the sharing of resources and skills amongst those who share a similar vision for Leeds.
We’re putting on this event in collaboration with the wonderful Economic Justice Project.
Want to help with the day?
We are looking for people to help with everything from sign language interpreting to helping people register, so find out more about what’s involved and email email@example.com to join our volunteering team.
We’ve got loads more information on our website, so for all the details visit www.leedsforchange.org.uk.
Summat New programme