Daily Archives: 14/12/2016

Managing My Money – free online course......

Get your finances on track in the New Year.  The Open University are running an award-winning free online course “Managing My Money.” It starts on 5 January and lasts eight weeks.

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Let’s talk about racism at work......

Racism is on the rise. For many Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) workers, racism at work is part of their everyday life.

The TUC has launched an online survey to expose the everyday reality of racism. Racism at Work is the first survey of its kind in the trade union movement. Continue reading

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Solidarity Statement on Lula – defend democracy & social progress in Brazil......

This week the unelected President of Brazil rushed through a 20 year public spending freeze against the wishes of the majority of Brazilians (see Tony Burke from Unite’s excellent article here), confirming the disastrous results of the undemocratic removal of President Dilma Rousseff last year.
 
Now, the right-wing are seeking to discredit former President Lula to stop him being re-elected in 2018. He has taken his case to the UN as well as urging international solidarity, so please do consider adding your name to the statement below.

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Health Conference – NHS in Crisis: How do we sustain its future?......

Saturday 25 February 2017, 10.30-4pm, TUC Congress House

The NHS is facing an ever worsening financial situation right across the SERTUC Region. That can only mean more cuts to services and staff.

Free admission – open invite.  Free lunch provided. Continue reading

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