The meeting will be mainly to ratify our constitution (to follow in later email) and to establish a steering committee. We need people to nominate themselves (or others if they agree) to sit on the steering committee and help with planning events, coordinating groups and generally helping out. The more people who are involved in the committee the less work there will be! There are also some named positions that need to be filled; treasurer, secretary, convenor, deputy convenor, publicity/media. If you would like to be involved in the steering committee in a general sense or as a specific position can you please email me by next Monday (11th January)? Also if you would like to put something on the agenda for the
AGM let me know by Monday 11th Jan.
Merseyside Right to Work was established in May of this year to give the local region a campaigning united group against the cuts which we knew were going to come with the election of the coalition government. Merseyside Right to Work has organised demonstrations outside Liverpool Town Hall on the day of the budget and public spending review announcements, and took 70 people to the Tory Party conference demonstration in Birmingham in October. Merseyside Right to Work works with and supports other anti cuts groups whilst also making links between the different struggles that everyone are facing.