Tag Archives: DPAC

Lipstick Socialist Awards 2012

Welcome to 2013! Thanks to everyone who made nominations. Hope it is inspirational for all of us in 2013 and there is certainly lots to be learnt from the choices made. Here’s to the New Year!! Trade Unionist of the … Continue reading

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Vote for the Lipstick Socialist Awards 2012!

It’s that time of the year again when we look back on the last 12 months. I am very pleased to announce that the nominations for the Lipstick Socialist Awards for 2012 are now open, and the categories are: Campaign … Continue reading

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Uniting to fight ATOS

Next week Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC), are organising a week of action to coincide with the Paralympics, they are calling it “the Atos Games”. Atos is a sponsor of the Paralympics and is the main contractor for the government … Continue reading

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