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  • 1. Put People First took place on the same weekend as the March for the Alternative in2009. Around 100,000 people attended. The march followed the same route as we willon the 26th.This picture shows the march assembling on Victoria Embankment. Notice the march iscoming towards us on the wrong side of the road, with the other carriageway still open.See how some people are on the wrong side of the barrier presenting an obvious risk ofbeing hit by a car, particularly this person [click mouse] who is walking on the raisedcurb holding the hand of a child walking in the road. 11
  • 2. Here the march is coming towards us but there are a number of people on the left bythe bus stop looking the other way either watching the march or attempting to walk upthe street in the other direction.It is important to keep a distinction between those who are marching and those who arenot. 12
  • 3. Many groups will bring this type of banner to lead their delegation. Obviously if themarch is continuous these will not be seen by the public or cameras. It is very importantthat we keep the march moving as groups attempting to maximise a photo opportunitycan cause problems. 13
  • 4. Some delegations are easier to spot than others! 14
  • 5. There’s no problem making a noise but if bands of musicians, dancers or streetperformers try and stop and give a mini performance they can cause problems so, again,try and keep them moving. 15
  • 6. People will turn up with all manner of placards etc some of which can becomehazardous particularly in bad weather. 16
  • 7. What about this person? If a member of the public is putting themselves in danger whois not a part of your delegation should you approach them? 17
  • 8. The march will be heavily policed. They are there to help you. What we all want is a safe,peaceful event… 18
  • 9. Not one that turns sour. 19