18TH MARCH 2017 – UNITED NATIONS ANTI-RACISM DAY: NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION 

18TH MARCH 2017 – UNITED NATIONS ANTI-RACISM DAY: NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION 
The 18th of March 2017 is the United Nations Anti-Racism Day. 
As you will be aware the CWU has a long and proud history of campaigning on anti-racism and that is why we are supporting a national demonstration that will be held as part of a co-ordinated international day of marches against racism that will mark UN Anti-Racism Day. 
Following the EU referendum the UK has witnessed a huge spike in hate crime and as a result this march will bring together politicians, trade unions, faith, migrant and community groups along with people from all walks of life together in a powerful united statement showing the depth of opposition to racism, Islamophobia & anti-Semitism and support for diversity in our society. 
The march will assemble in London at 12 (noon) Portland Place, London, W1A 1AA. Please see below details of transport arrangements being made across the country to enable people to attend this important event. 
It is important that we support an event that seeks to send a message that says, as attacks on workers and our communities’ increase we will not stand by while racists try to divide us in making society a better and safer place for all to live. 
Any enquiries on the above LTB should be directed to gsoffice@cwu.org 
Yours sincerely  
 
Dave Ward Tony Kearns
General Secretary Senior Deputy General Secretary
Email Attachments – Click to download
Attachment 1: LTB 140/17 United Nations Anti-Racism Day

Attachment 2: Transport Arrangements

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