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Category Archives: Events
Tuesday 23rd June, 6pm
A PSC webinar looking at ways women are leading the resistance to the Israeli military occupation of Palestine. The speakers include women activists in Palestine, Israel and the UK. They will talk about the many ways women are standing in solidarity with the people of Palestine, to achieve and end of the Israeli military occupation, for peace, justice and equality for everyone.
Mon, June 22, 2020, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM BST – free event
xperts from the US, Canada and Britain compare Cuba’s response to Covid-19 in the context of the island’s commitment to public health care, preventative medicine and international humanitarianism. Click here to read more.
Join this important solidarity event with speakers from Brazil, Jeremy Corbyn and more guests/details tba.
Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has consistently dismissed Coronavirus as “just a fantasy” and “media hysteria.”
He has recklessly refused to put people and health first. Brazil now has the second-highest number of cases in the world and rising. Click here to read more and get tickets.
This May Day, let us show our appreciation for all those key workers that are looking after us in these difficult times.......
The TUC are leading an online action to show our support for all frontline workers in this difficult time.
Here’s what you can do today
Wednesday 29th April 2020 is National Postal Workers Day. This event is held annually to create an opportunity to promote the fantastic work our members do all year round, but it is particularly pertinent this year during this crisis. Postal Workers in the London, East and South East Region are working around the clock to make sure the customers get their mail delivered. Continue reading
12 May is International Nurses Day – and this year the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.......
During the week of 11 May 2020 the union will be celebrating the work that nurses, midwives and nursing associates do every day to help the people of the UK. Click here to read more.
Every year more people are killed at work than in wars. Most don’t die of mystery ailments, or in tragic “accidents”. They die due to work related injury and diseases. Continue reading