Andrea Egan says #StopRwanda
Andrea has been a local government worker for 30 years, and was Unison’s vice president before being elected president a month ago. She is a passionate defender of the rights of ordinary people, and has spent decades fighting for justice and dignity. No wonder she is speaking out against the plan to forcibly deport refugees.
If we are going to beat the cruel Rwanda policy we need the help of working people across the country who know how important it is to stand together and speak up for those who have no voice. So we are absolutely delighted to have the support of Unison, the UK’s largest Union, that represents over 1.3m people who work in public services. Please join us and Unison now and add your voice.
We need to show the Government that this cruel plan is not what people in Britain want. To help, please download or make a #StopRwanda sign then put it somewhere – anywhere – that it will be seen:
– in your car window
– on your front door
– on your backpack
– in your workplace
(Feel free to send us pics)