Sunday, August 20, 2017
TOPIC : ACHIEVING A LIVING WAGE FOR ALL
SPEAKER : BEX BAILEY
TIME : 8pm to 9.15pm
DATE : SUNDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER
VENUE : CONTACT CLUB, SNAPE HILL LANE, DRONFIELD S18 2GT
Bex Bailey has been a Labour and trade union activist for 10 years. From Nottinghamshire, she has campaigned across Yorkshire and the East Midlands. She spent three years on the party's National Executive Committee, representing Young Labour and currently sits on the committee of the Labour Women's Network. She has led national campaigns on homelessness and the living wage and is a manager in a women's charity, where she campaigns against low pay and insecure work and for workers' rights.
She will be discussing the Tories’ failure on low pay, the importance of a Living Wage and what we can do to prevent people falling into poverty. Click here for her web-site.