Host: London MetSU - London Met Students' Union
Type: Causes - Protest
Date: Tuesday, 15 December 2009
Time: 16:00 - 18:00
Location: Moorgate Building
Street: 84 Moorgate
Town/City: London, United Kingdom
Following yesterday's EMERGENCY meeting in North Campus, attended by approx 80-100 students. It is very clear that the students have voted to support the Staff Unions (UCU & Unison) in PROTEST FOR THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS TO RESIGN - NEXT TUESDAY 15TH DECEMBER - 4:00PM - MOORGATE BUILDING
MAP HERE ( http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/about/moorgate.cfm )
The recording of the meeting last night features prominent speeches from the NUS, UCU, UNISON and YOUR STUDENTS' UNION.
It can be downloaded from the following link : (https://www.yousendit.com/download/MVNlNWN0R0ZsMHhMWEE9PQ)
The Melville-Deloitte reports presented for you all to see and judge by your own accords.
Sir David Melville's Report ( http://220.127.116.11/leak/melville-enquiry-report-summary-2009.pdf)
Accountancy Firm, Deliotte's Report ( http://wikileaks.org/leak/london-met-uni-deloitte-unredacted.pdf )
The Board of Governors of London Metropolitan University are meeting on 15th December to consider their response to the recent reports into the financial fiasco they got us into.
Both staff unions, UNISON and UCU, and London Met students union, are now calling for their resignations.
The Staff Union will be presenting them with their petition
I EXPECT THAT THIS PROTEST WILL BE THE BIGGEST IN THE HISTORY OF LMU.
* Tuesday 15th December,
* 4.30pm Moorgate Building, (see map
This is now a matter of survival - the government has threatened to close London Metropolitan University if they don't go (Link to The Independent newspaper article - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/london-met-warned-that-it-could-be-closed-1835511.html)
Bring banners, placards, tell everyone you know to leave work/ lectures early - this is our university, we value it highly, and the BOARD OF GOVERNORS HAVE to go. They've done enough damage already, it's time for a Fresh start for London Met!
Join the Lobby - please forward to all your contacts.