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NEAR YOU, COME AND BE A PART OF IT!

Being an activist does not need to

take up a lot of your time, we do not

expect activists to be supporting

the campaign every day of the

week; it may involve anything from

organising events through to

speaking with fellow activists in your

area every couple of months.

Existing activist hubs are shown

on the map below in red. We are

seeking to create further local groups

in the locations on the map in blue.

Please get in touch with Dignity in

Dying if you live nearby and would

like to get involved: Birkenhead,

Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds,

Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle,

Portsmouth, Sheffield, Stockton

on Tees and Torquay.

If you do not live near these

locations but would like to meet and

take action with other members near

to you please also get in touch – it

would be great to welcome you on

board as well.

020 7479 7109

activism@dignityindying.org.uk

To find out more about the Activist

Network please go to

www.dignityindying.org.uk/

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Newcastle

Stockton on Tees

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York

Leeds Hull

Birkenhead

Bangor Manchester

Stoke on Trent

Sheffield

Birmingham Leicester

Cambridge

Amersham

Cardiff

N London

Bristol Bath

Winchester

Portsmouth Eastbourne

Torquay Isle of Wight

Active group

New group

WHAT DO ACTIVISTS DO?

• Collectively go and meet their MP

• Set up stalls at markets and

community events

• Gathering local signatures for

petitions

• Screen supportive award-winning

documentary films

• Hold debates and presentation

evenings

• Influence local party chair people

and members

• Meet and discuss the campaign

with other local organisations.

At present Dignity in Dying is not

creating activist hubs in Scotland,

while we await the outcome of the

Scottish elections in May. Following

this we will implement a new

strategy, of which we will keep you

updated.

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