Backto60 Full Restitution

November 4, 2019

SPIRITS AND EXPECTATIONS ARE HIGH - THANKS TO YOU !!

 

Dear Friends

As we head for the High Court, you'll be with us, at every step, to secure back the earned dues belonging to women born in the 1950s.

 

**FULL RESTITUTION IS WHAT CEDAW DEMANDS FOR 1950s WOMEN**

 

Those selling 'Crumbs' should hang their heads in shame:  checkout David Hencke's blog  Betrayed

 

There's no sense in listening to 'self appointed oracles' leading smaller groups who assume that they can give away property belonging to others without their consent:  since they certainly cannot do so.

We have the sole mandate, permission and jurisdiction in this matter:  instead of Following defunct groups, follow us, for free - no contract, no membership fee, no hassle.

Simply use #BackTo60 #AllItTakesIsAllOfUs hashtags.

Subscribe here for information: FULL RESTITUTION

 

 

A damning academic expert opinion on successive UK government’s failure to meet its international obligations to 1950s women hit by the rise in the pension age.

 

Jackie Jones, a law professor at the University of the West England, has produced the report, which shows that this group of women have suffered discrimination contrary to an international  convention signed by successive UK governments. It is not a legal document but it is an expert opinion.

 

The full brief  can be clicked on here. AMICUS BRIEF 

 

David Hencke's Report  Here

 

 

Phillip Davies to ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, whether

(a) she, (b) Ministers in her Department and (c) officials in her Department have met with representatives from #BackTo60, the One Voice movement.

See link here

 

@PhilipDaviesUK

 

Thank you for asking this question, Philip: despite laborious attempts, not least, 4 hand delivered letters

 

@10DowningStreet

 

we were permanently sidelined eg

 

@BorisJohnson

 

has such an Open Letter from 225 MPs dated 20th August 2019  *no reply*

 

Letter to PM pdf

 

 

Dr Davina Lloyd met Koldo Casla Director of JustFair 

 

On 14th October 2019 our UN representative, Dr Davina Lloyd, attended a daylong conference in London on Poverty alongside JustFair, ATD Fourth World and Amnesty International.
This event was also the UK launch of ATD's ground breaking research on

 

Understanding Poverty in All Its Forms. The research was co-authored by academics from the University of Oxford and people with lived experience of poverty from ATD Fourth World.

 

There was frequent reference to the report earlier this year from Professor Alston, the UN Special Rapporteur on Poverty, and the dreadful effects austerity has had on women in particular.

 

The broad conclusion was that Poverty was a Human Rights issue and that civil society groups needed to call the government to task over its policies. The conference will be followed up next year by one aiming to help civil society groups to get their voices heard and make positive changes.

 

The government has been heavily criticised by Prof Alston and by the CEDAW committee at the UN which deals with discrimination against women.  It is now clear that The Government is also in breach of its obligations under Human Rights legislation by putting 14 million people into poverty.

 

Dr Lloyd was able to network with many different groups and spread Backto60 message. She continues to work closely with JustFair in highlighting the injustice done to 1950‘s women.

 

JustFair support Backto60.  Read their News Letter Here 

 

 

 

Joanne Welch
Founder & Director
@2020Comms
backto60.com

07729625784

 

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