In 2012, the End Violence Against Women coalition published a poll showing the extent of women's fear of travelling on London Transport. RMT issued a press release, including a quote from Janine, which you can read here.
Defending public services
Battles against privatisation and cuts
Michael Gove's most wicked crime
As far as most of us can tell
Was not to leave his kid behind
But leaving ours behind as well
As London Underground launches all-night running on two lines at weekends, a special squad of cleaners has a special task ...
The Tube's come up with a spiffing scheme
The train stays in service and the bosses beam
But it's not as fun as it might seem
For the Bodily Fluids Interception Team
Closed London Underground lines
Look back in Ongar
pic: Ongar station
Janine will be speaking about the 1920s Poplar Rates Rebellion to introduce a session on Radical Councils. John Burgess from Barnet Unison will also speak, and there will be plenty of time for discussion.
Venue: Central United Reformed Church, Sheffield
With Sheffield's Council planning to implement £50 million of cuts following the Tories' slashing of local budgets, Workers' Liberty, Sheffield host a talk on the heroic rebel councillors of Poplar and consider what is applicable in today's context.
Janine will speak as part of a deputation to Hackeny's Health and Wellbeing board, explaining the need for better services (or any services!) for autistic adults in Hackney, and the importance of genuine democratic input from autistic people.