EVENT: How the No to Veolia Action Group won a £4.7 billion victory

Bringing the Palestinian struggle to North London:

How the No to Veolia Action Group
won a £4.7 billion victory

Monday 4 February, 7:30pm
Crossroads Women’s Centre
25 Wolsey Mews, NW5 2DX

(nearest tube & train, Kentish Town, wheelchair accessible)

Following a two-year campaign by the No to Veolia Action Group(No2VAG), the multinational Veolia which profits from and supports the Israeli occupation of Palestine lost a £4.7 billion contract with the North London Waste Authority (NWLA) which represents seven north London boroughs.

The No2VAG campaign won in spite of opposition, sabotage and interference, first of all from Zionist organisations: ironically, local anger at their gross manipulation generated much publicity which contributed to pressure on Veolia and the NWLA.  After spending millions to secure the contract Veolia was forced to withdraw.

We need to know how this campaign, inspired by the Palestinian struggle, won this massive victory.  Already it has encouraged similar campaigns in South Wales and Davis, California (which won a $325 million victory). Come and hear how we can kick out Veolia from every corner of the UK and the world.

Telling us how it was done:
Yael Kahn
, Chair, No2VAG 
Irfan Akhtar
, Spokesperson, Waltham Forest Council of Mosques
Caroline Day, Spokesperson, No2VAG
Ann Dyas, Vice Chair, No2VAG
Izzat Ismail, Internet Comms, No2VAG

Rob Langlands, Engineer & Secretary, No2VAG

Hosted by the Global Women’s Strike www.globalwomenstrike.net  &
Payday – a network of men working with the GWS www.refusingtokill.net




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