PCS has a proud history of campaigning against racism and fascism and it is the union’s agreed policy to oppose racist and fascist organisations in our workplaces and communities.
We also comemorate and/or celebrate those dates in the year that help us think about the evils of fascism and racism, the power of the human spirit and the inherent value of our diversity as a muliticultural country.
Stand up to Racism and Fascism National Demonstrations
In 2014, 10,000 people marched in central London for UN Anti-Racism day which commemorates the anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre in Apartheid South Africa. It was part of a series of demonstrations across Europe and around the world.
Many organisations will be coming together again on Saturday 21 March 2015 to reject racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism; to celebrate diversity and make migrants welcome, to demonstrate our confidence in a future free of scapegoating, racism and hatred, and to remember Nelson Mandela and cherish the idea for a free and democratic society in which all persons live together in harmony and equal opportunities.
Marches and Rallies organised by Stand up to Racism
London - Assemble 12 noon
Glasgow - Assemble 11 am
Cardiff - Assemble 11.30 am
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