Camden United for Benefit Justice

Invites you to a

Community Speak-out


Welfare Reforms –

what they mean for us and how we can oppose them

Come and have your say 7pm Thursday 14th February 2013

at Camden Town Hall, Council Chamber Judd St, WC1H 9JE

Introduced by

Rev Paul Nicolson from Taxpayers Against Poverty

who are backing legal actions against the cuts in Camden, Islington and Haringey



If you need translation, please let us know

Are you a council or private tenant, a two-parent or single parent family, on a low income,

disabled, unemployed, a pensioner, a carer, receiving working tax credit or other

benefits, cut off benefits, in debt, struggling to heat your home, dependent on food banks,

an asylum seeker, trying to escape domestic violence with nowhere to go . . . or a

resident concerned with the welfare cuts?


Speak out against the cuts and how they are affecting you …

Join the borough-wide campaign to stop them …

Stop evictions … Cut rents not benefits …


Housing Benefit (including Bedroom Tax)  Council Tax


 Sickness & Disability Benefits  Carers Allowance


Social Fund & emergency help  Sanctions  Workfare Service cuts & closures

 Child Benefit  and more

For more information contact:

Camden United for Benefit Justice

Camden Association of Street Properties (CASP)

Camden Federation of Tenants and Residents Associations

020 7383 2227

Single Mothers’ Self-Defence / WinVisible

at Crossroads Women’s Centre 020 7482 2496


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