Sea of red marchers

Unity demo - March against racism

United Nations Anti-racism day

Come and celebrate our union’s diversity and say no to hate. Unite is proud to support this important event. In the face of growing evidence of hate crimes, march with us to defend our shared values of solidarity, equality and tolerance.

The demo is a Stand up to Racism event, supported by the TUC, Unite and our sister unions. Share your messages of solidarity on Twitter #Unions4Unity 

Demo details:
London: 12:00-16:30 Park Lane, near the Dorchester Hotel  W1K 1QA (Nearest Tube Hyde Park). See map
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Cardiff: Grangetown, Cardiff. See map
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Glasgow: 11:00-14:00 George Square, Glasgow G2. See map 

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Unite transport to the demo!

Coaches from across the South East: For booking details please see below

08:30: Board coach at St Peter's Church, Lewes Road side. 
09:00: Coach leaves Brighton
11:30: Coach drops off at Hyde Park/ Park Lane.
17-00: Coach picks up. (Pick-up point to be designated by driver on the day)
19:30: Coach returns to Brighton.
Seats can be booked through the union or the Eventbrite site
Unite members FREE. Non-members: £10 waged. £5 unwaged.

9:00: Coach departs from Sea City Museum, Havelock Rd, Southampton
9:15: Pick-up from University of Southampton Interchange, Highfield Campus
11:30am: Arrive Central London
12:00: March sets-off
17:00: Coach departs from London (pick-up location TBC)
19:30: Estimated time of arrival back at SeaCity Museum (with drop-off at Highfield Campus)
Seat reservations £6: Book your seat via the Facebook events page. 
Pick Up Points:
Gillingham Rail Station 10:15
Chatham Rail Station 10:30
Strood Canal Rd Bus Stop 10:55
(first stop past Rochester Bridge)
Gravesend Rail Station 11:15
(Thamsgate Centre Side)

Unite members FREE. Non-members £10 waged. £5 unwaged or voluntary solidarity price £20.

To book a seat reply to this email or email with your name, mobile number and pick up point.

The coach leaves London for the return journey at 16:00.


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