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Bring Goldsmith's Security In-House

Goldmsmiths University, New Cross, London. Thu 14 Feb 2019



 

 Students gather outside the main buidling on Lewsiham Way to support the IWGB secuirty staff

 

 It's Valentines Day and there are heart balloons and messages 'Show Us Some Love -#BackInHouse'

 and a vulture with the message 'CIS Claws off Security'. CIS is the out-sourcing company that employs the

 security on low wages and with lousy conditions of service

 

 Security staff with IWGB banner and leaflets

 'Security Deserve Security'

 

 'End your dirty affair with CIS'

 

 'Bring Secuirty Back in House Goldsmiths'

 

 

 General Secretary of the IWGB, Jason Moyer-Lee and IWGB President Henry Chango Lopez arrive

 Jason raises his arm

 and speaks

 

 

IWGB President Henry Chango Lopez
     
  

 

 

 

 

 

 One Goldsmiths One Workforce

 The protesters go inside the main building

 

Jason reminds them that this is a peaecful protest and they intend to do no damage

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