Greater Manchester Law Centre AGM 2017
Fighting together to change Government
welfare reform policies
Date: Thursday 28th September 2017 6.30
Venue: Mechanics Institute, 103 Princess Street, M1 6DD
Thanks to all members, supporters and volunteers we continue to find ways to go forward with our campaign Fighting together for free access to justice.
2015 AGM our call was:
2016 AGM our call was:
2017 AGM our call is:
There WILL BE a law centre
There IS a law centre
Fighting together to change Government welfare reform policies
We now need to use our law centre to challenge the Government’s “so-called” welfare reforms. We will link with other campaigns and use legal campaigning to make a reality of strategic litigation.
on Strategic Litigation
Rebekah Carrier, solicitor and director of Hopkin Murray Beskine
Rebekah has acted in a number of recent challenges to aspects of the government’s welfare reform policies including the case of R (SG) v SSWP in which the Supreme Court found that the benefit cap breached the obligations in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
We need your help
Thank you so much to those of you who support us with their valuable time, donations or regular standing orders.
Everyone is welcome to attend the AGM, so together we can continue the fight for free access to justice.
You don’t have to be a member to attend the AGM. Everyone is welcome to hear about our successful past year and participate in making plans for the future.
All members will receive formal notification of the AGM by the end of August.
Only registered members have the right to vote at the AGM.
Please contact Astrid Johnson or Roz Burgin on 0161 796 2244 or email development [at] gmlaw.org.uk (subject: GMLC%20AGM%202017) for any questions.
Greater Manchester Law Centre (GMLC)
159 Princess Road, Moss Side, Manchester, M14 4RE
Phone 0161 769 2244 | Email development [at] gmlaw.org.uk
Registered Charity Number 1170317
Registered Company 09698401
The Greater Manchester Law Centre is a member of the Law Centre Network. www.lawcentres.org.uk