Sheffield saves ESOL campaign

ESOL Campaign

Speak out because I can't!!

The Government is proposing to stop free English for asylum seekers in August (see last month's Sheffield Saves ESOL Campaign article for more details).

Public Meeting
7:00pm to 9:00pm Tuesday 13 March 2007

At SADACCA, 48 The Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JB.

Telephone: (0114) 275 3479

Speakers from various organisations.

Support from members of GMB, UCU Learning Campaign, WEA, 10 community groups including: Yero, Yemeni Community Association, Spac-C, Student Union.


Ahmed Gurnah: (0114) 279 4961

Tony Tingle (Evening): (0114) 255 5791

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