The International Workers Association has called days of action against austerity, exploitation, and oppression on 29, 30 and 31 March. As part of this, on Saturday 31 March, Solidarity Federation locals will be taking action against workfare.
Following on from the succesful day of action initiated by Liverpool Uncut on 3 March, our aim is to spread the action beyond the City Centre and get claimants and local communities more involved.
Our action will take place in Wavertree, at a target to be announced on the day. There, as last time, we intend to engage staff directly and encourage them to organise against their employer's use of workfare as well as encouraging the public not to give their business to the target.
We encourage everyone to come along and take part, and make the point that as long as workfare persists so will direct action against providers.
Meet by the Picton Clock Tower, at the junction of Childwall Road, Church Road North and the High Street in Wavertree (map) from 1pm. Bring home-made signs, flags and banners.