Calling Notice Birmingham Branch Disabled Members meeting Date: Monday 4th July 2022 Time: 17.45-19.00 Zoom virtual meeting Please note the meeting is a week earlier than usual. The deadline for registering a motion for Disabled Members Conference is 8th July, so the meeting will be on the 4th so that the Group can discuss and agree the […]
Calling Notice Birmingham Branch Disabled Members meeting Date: Monday 13th June 2022 Time: 17.45-19.00 Zoom virtual meeting If you would like to attend the meeting please email: Philippa Hands, Disabled Members Officer on Philippa.firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 10th June for the zoom link, id and password to join the meeting.
The Retired Members Summer newsletter is out now. Featuring these items: Protest – ‘We demand better’ – join the TUC demonstration Saturday 18th June. Coffee mornings are back on! The battles at Starbucks. Don’t fall for scammers. Out on the lakes. Quiz: get the brain cells working. Day trip to Ludlow – Wednesday 20th July. […]
West Midlands UNISON offer a range of courses for members and activists, from courses on Excel and spreadsheets to Dementia Awareness, all free for members to access. Upcoming for members there are the below courses: Online Excel and Spreadsheets (intermediate) – Morning – 7th June – 21st June 2022 3 Tuesday mornings – 9:15am – […]
Calling Notice Birmingham Branch Disabled Members meeting Date: Monday 9th May Time: 17.45-19.00 Zoom virtual meeting If you would like to attend the meeting please email: Philippa Hands, Disabled Members Officer on Philippa.email@example.com by Friday 6th May for the zoom link, id and password to join the meeting.
An evening talk in recognition of the 25th Anniversary of the death of Stephen Lawrence. The 22nd April 2022 will be the fourth National Stephen Lawrence Day. Following the 25th Anniversary memorial for Stephen in 2018, the Stephen Lawrence Foundation created a day to celebrate and mark Stephen’s life and legacy. The day focuses on […]
Pivotal roles should be recognised and rewarded Commenting on the education white paper published today (Monday), UNISON head of education Mike Short said: “School catch-up plans will fail if the concerns of teaching assistants and other support staff aren’t urgently addressed. “They’re a key element in tackling the education backlog for every school. But without a clear plan […]
Around 40 members of the Birmingham UNISON Retired Members Section held their first face to face meeting since the pandemic began, as they gathered for their Annual General Meeting at the Birmingham Midland Institute on 14 March. Last year’s AGM was postponed because of the lock-down, but at this year’s meeting all existing officers were […]
The ground-breaking Disability Employment Charter, which UNISON co-founded, calls for a legal two-week limit in responding to reasonable adjustments In January, just as UNISON’s Year of the Disabled Workers began, the Westminster government’s National Disability Strategy was ruled illegal by the High Court. With over 4 million disabled people in work across the UK, only […]
No 10’s Living with COVID plan ‘is likely to result in further illness and disruption to face-to-face education’ Education unions, including UNISON, have urged education secretary Nadhim Zahawi to extend the availability of free COVID-19 tests in England, beyond the end of March. In a letter to Mr Zahawi this week, the unions insist that […]