Manchester Class Struggle Forum - Fighting the Austerity Agenda

Manchester Class Struggle Forum - Fighting the Austerity Agenda

After an extended holiday the Manchester Class Struggle Forum will hold it's next discussion meeting on Wednesday the 9th of February at 7 pm in Room 5, The Friends Meeting House, Central Manchester, (behind the old Central Library).

The subject will be 'Class resistance to austerity measures in Britain and Internationally', with a short introduction from the World Revolution group.

This will also be an opportunity to discuss some of the recent attempts at co-ordinating 'anti-cuts' activity around Britain.

Some time will be set aside to consider possible future meetings and subjects.

All welcome.

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Feb 4 2011 17:41

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Steven.
Feb 8 2011 15:59

Please let us know how it goes, and any interesting points which come up!

wojtek
Feb 8 2011 17:33

How many usually attend these discussion meetings and what time do they normally finish?

Spikymike
Feb 8 2011 18:08

wojtek,

This is the first for a long time but in the past attendance has varied from about 8 to 18.

Meetings are short from 7 until 9pm but we often go for a drink afterwards if any one wants to carry on a discussion.

Android
Feb 9 2011 18:09
Steven wrote:
Please let us know how it goes, and any interesting points which come up!

Will do.

rienniste
Mar 7 2011 15:34

When is the next meeting?

Spikymike
Mar 7 2011 17:15

Hi,

The last meeting was very poorly attended but there were a couple of organising ideas discussed including leaflets for upcomming anti-cuts actions in Manchester and possibly hosting a meeting for french comrades involved in last years 'assembly' movement.

So there is an 'organising' meeting only this Wednesday the 9th March, same place and time, to see if there is any support for taking this further.

However, there has only been a very limited response so far from those previously involved so it is not clear as yet whether this forum will continue - we will see?

You are welcome to come along if this interests you.