Friday, 3 January 2014

THIS SUNDAY: A chance to discuss POLICY and submit a report to a Minister

I'm holding a policy event on 'secure topic protects individual liberty' on Sunday at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Bradford and I would like you to attend and give your views. 

A few topics that we will be discussing are: DNA retention, stop and searches, CCTV and surveillance powers, human rights, balancing school uniform regulations and the 5K's, why are individuals like Brar allowed in the UK, and more. 

Many of us have been having many discussions on various topics lately - Bhai Gurbaksh Singh, Political Prisoners, Brar case etc. So to continue this, in a constructive environment, I am holding this event so we can put our views, concerns and realistic solutions across to Parliament.

Aim: to have our voice heard on all issues

Objective: to have regular meetings to discuss topics and put forward our views, concerns and realistic solutions.

All views will be written into a report and then sent to the relevant minister in Government for a response.

Please do come along and share your views. If you cannot make it, please send your views to harsimrat.kaur.fateh@googlemail.com and I will compile it into the report. Please share this event with others.

Full address for the Gurdwara: Wakefield Road, Bradford, BD4 7DP

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A chance to discuss POLICY and submit a report to a Minister on Sunday 5th of January 2014. 
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A chance to discuss POLICY and submit a report to a Minister on Sunday 5th of January 2014. 


I'm holding a policy event on 'secure topic protects individual liberty' on Sunday at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Bradford and I would like you to attend and give your views. 
 
A few topics that we will be discussing are: DNA retention, stop and searches, CCTV and surveillance powers, human rights, balancing school uniform regulations and the 5K's, why are individuals like Brar allowed in the UK, and more.

Many of us have been having many discussions on various topics lately - Bhai Gurbaksh Singh, Political Prisoners, Brar case etc. So to continue this, in a constructive environment, I am holding this event so we can put our views, concerns and realistic solutions across to Parliament.
 
Aim: to have our voice heard on all issues

Objective: to have regular meetings to discuss topics and put forward our views, concerns and realistic solutions.

All views will be written into a report and then sent to the relevant minister in Government for a response.

Please do come along and share your views. If you cannot make it, please send your views to harsimrat.kaur.fateh@googlemail.com and I will compile it into the report. Please share this event with others.

Full address for the Gurdwara: Wakefield Road, Bradford, BD4 7DP
 
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