Liz Carr

Liz Carr

Disabled comedian and activist Liz Carr will be speaking at the People’s Convention on February 12th.

We are also running a workshop in the afternoon ‘At the Forefront of Resistance’

We would like as many disabled people as possible to come to this to tell us what you think. It starts at 10.30- 5 pm but the afternoon workshop if anyone is unable to come for the whole day should start at 2pm. Please support us.

The venue is Friends Meeting house near Euston Station. You need to book tickets from £2 unwaged £5 waged to cover the costs of putting on the conference.

March 26th TUC march and rally, London – meeting Victoria Embankment from 11 am. More details to follow regarding this but please come if you are able to and tell others about this very important date.

DPAC supporters who are able to go would like to carry with us placards and banners with the photographs of anyone who would like their views about  these savage attacks against us all represented.

Please could anyone who would like to be represented in this way send a photograph and if possible short statement to say what they think for attention of Linda Burnip c/o Melanie, Warwickshire and Coventry Council of Disabled People, Room 6, Koco Building, Unit 15, The Arches Industrial Estate, Spon End, Coventry, CV1 3JQ by the end of February

If you are unable to do this please email to

Right to Work logo


Stand up for

• Free Education
• No Fees
• Keep EMA

Speaker: Mark Bergfeld NUS exec (pc)

Mark Bergfeld is one of the founders of the Education Activists Network which called the Day X and Day X2 protests,

Other speakers invited

7.30pm Thursday 9th December
Carrs Lane Church Centre, Moor St, Birmingham
(opposite Moor St Station)

More information
07904 960 442

DPAC is working closely with Right to Work Campaign so for those of you who are interested in campaigning together for common goals in unity. Linda Burnip and some other members,  will be attending this forum

Sunday 5 December
NUJ Head Office
Headland House, 308 Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X 8DP (Kings Cross tube)
£3 waged, £1 unwaged
Places have to booked in advance. To book ticket ring 07986 085162 or email

There will be a short intro and then discussion. RtW will be saying how best we can move forward to working together  asking John McDonnell to outline his suggestions as to achieve unity.

There are just 70 places at the forum – they want it to be of a size to allow discussion – and these are filling up. Priority will go to delegates from campaigns, trade union bodies etc

The venue is wheelchair accessible but if anyone has any specific access questions they can phone 020 7278 7916