[Blackpool] Fw: Sign the Manchester Declaration and push for the Right to repair in the UK
hewitt.m at protonmail.com
Mon Mar 25 14:04:44 UTC 2019
I also support signing this,
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On 25 Mar 2019, 10:24, Tony Hughes via Blackpool wrote:
> Hi Guy's
> Was any discussion on this had on Saturday, I won't be at Makerspace until
> 6th April but support us signing the deceleration if it's something we feel
> we can support as a group.
> Tony Hughes
> On Fri, Mar 22, (tel:2019) at 4:23 PM hewitt.m via Blackpool <
> blackpool at mailman.lug.org.uk> wrote:
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>> On 22 Mar (tel:2019), 17:20, Isabel Lopez Lopez-Neira wrote:
>> > Dear Blackpool Makerspace,
>> > I am getting in touch with you on behalf of The Restart Project, a
>> London-based charity and social enterprise that aims to fix our
>> relationship with electronics.
>> > Last year, we held Fixfest UK, a UK-wide event in Manchester with
>> participants from 25 community repair groups from across the country.
>> Together, we drafted [The Manchester Declaration](
>> https://manchesterdeclaration.org/), calling policymakers and companies
>> for more repairable products.
>> > Over 30 community repair groups from around the UK have added their
>> voices as signatories, alongside organisations like Greenpeace, Keep
>> Britain Tidy and more.
>> > Any UK repair group, whether fixing electricals or other products, is
>> invited to sign and show their support, as well as any ally (makerspace,
>> school, company). Based on your work, we think your organisation may be
>> interested in singing and joining the movement too. Together, we can all
>> push for our Right to Repair in the UK.
>> > We look forward to hearing from you,
>> > Isabel
>> > --
>> > Isabel Lopez
>> > Communications Assistant
>> > @The Restart Project
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>> Blackpool at mailman.lug.org.uk
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