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Evaluation of #demo2012; Educate, Employ, Empower
Create a music playlist for the demo to play on the coach. There are so many songs out there that have been made about protest. Here are some great examples.
This short briefing will take you through your basic legal rights at #demo2012.
The National Demo will bring together thousands of students marching under one banner; Educate, Employ, Empower. Some students will have been on many demonstrations before but for others it might be there first time. This is what makes the march such an exciting event to be part of!
Making sure you’re prepared before the demo will ensure that you and your students can have the best possible time on the day, so here’s some things to remember...
Mae’r adnodd yma wedi cael ei fwriadu i’ch helpu chi i hyrwyddo’r demo cenedlaethol, ac esbonio pam y dylai myfyrwyr sy’n astudio yng Nghymru fynychu’r gwrthdystiad. Mae’r adnodd hwn ar ei fwyaf defnyddiol pan y caiff ei ddefnyddio ynghyd ag adnoddau ‘annog grwpiau myfyrwyr’ eraill, er mwyn rhoddi darlun cyflawn o’r dadleuon a’r pryderon sydd gan fyfyrwyr parthed â mynychu’r digwyddiad.
This resource is designed to help you promote the national demo, and explain reasons why students studying in Wales should attend the demo. This resource is best used in conjunction with the other 'mobilising student groups' resources to give you a rounded
picture of the arguments and concerns that students have when it comes to attending.
This updated logistics briefing includes lots of important and useful information;
- route and timings of #demo2012
- the steps NUS has taken to ensure the demo is safe and enjoyable
- coach drop off on pick up points
- safeguarding points
- accessibility information
We want to see as many unions as possible to come down to London on 21st November but recognise that there will be students who want to participate but are unable to get to London on the day. This briefing contains some ideas for how all students get involved with #demo2012 even if they can’t march with us in London.
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