Calling Notice Birmingham Branch Disabled Members meeting Date: Monday 17th January Time: 17.45-19.00 Zoom virtual meeting If you would like to attend the meeting please email Philippa Hands at Philippa.email@example.com by Friday 14th January for the zoom link, id and password to join the meeting.
Birmingham Deserves Climate Jobs – what they are and how to get them. This event is a book launch and campaign rally. Monday 31st January 2022 7pm Warehouse Café, 54-57 Allison Street, Birmingham, B5 5TH The event can be joined in person, and online.
UNISON’s National Office have released the below statement: The union sends condolences to all those affected by the case, and remains committed to supporting all those working in child social care. UNISON has responded to the death of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and the conviction of both Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes for his murder. The union […]
Disabled Members Conference 2021 took place from Saturday 30th October until Monday 1st November 2021 and was held in Liverpool at the BT Centre in the Docks. Our Branch sent two delegates to the conference and one has written the below report on her experience: Report from a first time Delegate The long-awaited National Disabled […]
Calling Notice Birmingham Branch Disabled Members’ meeting Date: Monday 13th December 2021 Time: 17.30-19.00 ZOOM virtual meeting If you would like to attend the meeting, please email Philippa Hands at Philippa.firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 13th December at 4.00pm for the ZOOM link to join the meeting.#
Disability History Month in the UK runs from 18th November 2021 – 18th December 2021, with the joint theme for this year: Disability and Hidden Impairment Disability Sex and Relationships Our Disabled Members Officer, Philippa hands has created a display of books in the library she works in showing positive images of people with disabilities […]
Statement from the Branch on equal pay/parity payment claims, sent to all members via email 12th November 2021 and posted to those we do not have emails for this week. If we do not have an email address for you, you will have a slight delay in any communications from us, we recommend updating us […]
If you work in a council or school (or wholly owned company like the Children’s Trust), your voting papers will be mailed to you in December, with a freepost envelope. Local government members working in councils and schools are balloting for strike action. But why? What has happened? And what’s next? Here is everything you […]
Despite your courage and sacrifice throughout COVID-19, council and school workers have been offered just 1.75%. But UNISON members have voted by 79% to reject such an unfair offer. UNISON will soon ballot members to see if they are willing to take industrial action, in an effort to improve the offer. Care workers, refuse collectors, […]
Government must deliver ‘a fair and just’ response to the climate emergency UNISON’s national executive council (NEC) is fully supporting plans for UK trade unions to mobilise around the country as part of the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice on 6 November. The event is one of many aimed at putting pressure on […]