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From: The Socialist issue 684, 7 September 2011: Strike together to defend pensions

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Youth March For Jobs

Youth Fight for Jobs :: March for Jobs :: Jarrow to London :: October 2011

Youth Fight for Jobs :: March for Jobs :: Jarrow to London :: October 2011

75 years ago 200 unemployed men from Jarrow marched from their home in the North East to London to demand jobs and an end to their poverty conditions.

This October Youth Fight for Jobs is marching their route again to demand:
  • A massive government scheme to create jobs which are socially useful and apprenticeships which offer guaranteed jobs at the end - both paying at least the minimum wage, with no youth exemptions.
  • The immediate reinstatement of EMA payments, expanding them to be available to all 16-19 year olds.
  • The immediate re-opening of all youth services that have been closed, including reinstating sacked staff.
  • The scrapping of 'workfare' schemes - benefits should be based on need not forced slave labour.
  • A massive building programme of environmentally sound, cheap social housing.
To get involved with the march see the website www.jarrowmarch11.com
email youthfightforjobs@gmail.com or call 020 8558 7947





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