About this Event
Women's March London is supporting the Global Protest to Fight Inequality hosted by the Equality Trust and other organisations.
Please visit the Facebook event page for more information on how you can join the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/s/speaking-to-power-global-prote/741426393026544/
On Saturday 18th January, thousands of people in more than 30 countries worldwide are mobilising to demand a fairer, more equal and sustainable future.
As the global 1% meets at the World Economic Forum on the exclusive Swiss mountain resort of Davos, we will be coming together to make noise and call on the Government to listen to its citizens, not the wealthy elite. Will you join us?
We are calling for:
>> good quality education, accessible housing, decent jobs and healthcare for all
>> an end to poverty wages, cuts in public spending and the decimation of social rights
>> an end to hunger and homelessness in the world’s sixth-largest economy
>> fair and progressive taxation and an end to tax breaks for the wealthy
>> a wellbeing economy that serves people and planet, instead of profiting from environmental destruction.
Bring along your bells and whistles or pots, pans and musical instruments. Make some noise. The alternatives are with us, not with the economic and political elites.
Join us. Be heard.
** Full line-up of speakers and artists to be announced shortly **
// THE GLOBAL PROTEST TO #FIGHTINEQUALITY //
We will be joining communities in over 30 countries who are publicly mobilising to highlight the crisis of inequality and to put forward their solutions for a fairer society. By uniting for change and sharing our stories and visions for the future, we will show that the answers to solving inequality do not come from the elite but from us.
// WHO ARE WE //
The Fight Inequality Alliance is a global movement of organisations and activists coming together across borders and labels in order to build collective power against global systems of oppression.
// ACCESSIBILITY //
Please get in touch with Rianna ([email protected]) if you have any questions about the event.
// FUNDING //
Funded by the European Union. This event is produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of The Equality Trust and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
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