Union and workplace bulletins

UCU Strike Bulletin: Build the rank and file! (November 2019)

Published on: Mon, 02/12/2019 - 16:02
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AWL members in the University and College Union

Click here to download this bulletin as a PDF. This was modified slightly after the climate strike - download the old one here.

Build the rank and file!

The election of Jo Grady as UCU General Secretary earlier this year was a big step forward for the union.

The previous leadership had a record of compromising too soon in disputes and had never delivered the support for workplace organising needed to change the power balance in universities. Electing officials and NEC members committed to a more combative approach to organising is important, but it’s not sufficient, or an end in itself.

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Class Struggle Blog

Published on: Sat, 16/02/2019 - 12:49

Articles, news and comment on schools, teaching and the education system.

Read online here.

Wake Up! bulletin November 2015

Published on: Mon, 07/12/2015 - 13:55
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Wake Up

Wakefield council workers' bulletin for November 2015.

Includes: Massacres in Beirut and Paris, join Momentum and fight, staff survey, and defend DOCAS!

Read online here

Wake Up! bulletin October 2015

Published on: Mon, 07/12/2015 - 13:31
Author

Wake Up

Wakefield council workers bulletin for October 2015.

Includes: Fight in the Labour Party after Corbyn victory, stop the Trade Union Bill, management restructuring, cuts to council tax benefit.

Read online here

Lewisham Hospital Worker #53 — 18 March 2015

Published on: Wed, 18/03/2015 - 11:48
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Lewisham Hospital Worker

Read the latest edition of Lewisham Hospital Worker online. In this issue: More belt tightening to come, offer made in QEH dispute, help campaign against academies in Lewisham.

Download here

"No" to Agenda for Change (2004)

Published on: Sat, 24/05/2014 - 23:52

The Health Service Group Executive of the public-service workers' union Unison voted on 8 September to recommend "Yes" to Agenda for Change.
The recommendation goes to a special conference of the health sector of Unison in London on 7 October.
Agenda for Change is the government's proposal to restructure health-service pay. It would cut pay rates for a sizeable proportion of posts, and bring in longer working hours for a number of health service workers.
Rank and file activists in the Unison health sector have issued a "vote no" leaflet under the banner of the paper Healthworker.

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