People's Charter


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the document which embodied the demands made by the Chartists, so called, upon the English government in 1838.

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PEOPLE's charter is aimed at creating a platform that will provide and enhance networking, mentorship and business opportunities for professionals.
The absence of an intellectual arm of NJAC in 1970, which Best could have filled, allowed Williams to press his own intellectual reset button to advance (as the title of Chapter 7 puts it)"The Chaguaramas Declaration: The People's Charter Revised" by November 1970, which gave him a new philosophical space that NJAC had failed to fill.
The framers of the constitution may consider and address their minds to the constitutional suggestions given in this article, namely to provide a people's charter, with the view of taking the country and the people into the next millennium.
The majority of them possess the typical apparatus of utopian fiction--a voyage, the discovery of the ideal society, the guide who explains everything--but in the service of a reformist agenda straight out of the 1780s, or, in some instances, of one looking forward to the People's Charter.
In July we launched the Children and Young People's Charter, a commitment signed by the leaders of all four political parties represented in the Assembly, ensuring that young people can have their say and ultimately influence what goes on in the Senedd.
There is a worldwide movement online to nurture love and end all violence by signing The People's Charter to Create a Non-violent World.
A People's Charter was submitted to a mass meeting in Birmingham demanding universal manhood suffrage, equal electoral districts and parliamentary reform, and it ignited like wildfire in the industrial towns.
During the first visit the delegation, which included representatives from Unite, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), Communication Workers Union (CWU), the National Pensioners Convention and the Coalition of Resistance and the People's Charter, saw the impact of austerity on the Greek people and learned about the work to build a movement for an alternative.
The first Young People's Charter for Arts and Culture was launched at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle and is the first document of its kind in the country.
An organisation called, for example, People's Charter for Incapacity Benefit should be created.
Stuart Richardson, from the Birmingham People's Charter, said the freeze on public sector pay was in fact a cut.
These five points of the People's Charter constituted a manifesto for getting working people into Parliament and to support and sustain them within it by political, material and moral means.

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