End Modern Slavery

From the TUC:

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CALLS TO ACTION
ACT NOW! Make a stand to end Modern Slavery
The International Labour Organization’s Protocol on Forced Labour could restore hope and freedom to millions of people trapped in modern slavery. But first it has to be ratified by countries around the world. Join 880 other supporters in the UK, including trade unionists, who have already signed up for the campaign calling on governments to ratify the Protocol by the end of 2018. (The UK has already ratified it, but there many more nations to go!)

Take action here
http://50forfreedom.org/?lang=en

Nelson Mandela: The Centenary Exhibition 2018

Supported by TUC:

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EVENT: Nelson Mandela: The Centenary Exhibition 2018
A series of FREE events to mark the centenary of the iconic world leader

Now – until Sunday 19 August 2018

Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer, Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre, London SE1 8XX

This exhibition explores the life and times of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (1918 – 2013) and marks the centenary of his birth. It provides insight into Mandela’s journey from young freedom fighter to becoming the inspiration for an international movement against South Africa’s violent and oppressive apartheid system. The role of trade unions was also vital in the struggle and so unions are encouraged to attend these events taking place up until 19 August.

More info
https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/129236-nelson-mandela-centenary-exhibition-2018-2018

Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils – Conference

Two excellent speakers: Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils.
Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

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Essex Primary School Conference – Achievement & Black Caribbean Pupils

Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils.

Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Guest speakers are Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image shows colour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.

Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
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Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions (BDS) Campaign: Emergency Appeal

Message from PSC:

The Nobel-nominated BDS movement’s co-founder, Omar Barghouti, on why you should support PSC’s vital campaigns by donating to the urgent appeal.

In June of last year we took the government to the High Court and won an important victory throwing out regulations designed to stop Local councils from divesting their pension funds from companies supporting Israel’s illegal occupation. In early June, the Court of appeal overturned the ruling.

This has generated significant new legal costs that PSC must now pay. We will also be seeking the right to appeal at the Supreme Court, so that we can consider continuing the legal fight against the Government. Whether we can or not entirely depends on your support.

The need for a strong Palestine solidarity movement in the UK is more vital than ever. Please give what you can – whether it be £5, £10, or £100 – to support our work.

Please give as generously as you can.
https://palestinecampaign.nationbuilder.com/emergency-appeal

NEU Newham is affiliated to PSC.

Underachievement of black Caribbean pupils – Conference 5/7/2018

Conference: Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image shows colour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.

Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Essex Primary School is hosting a conference on the 5th July. It tackles the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils. Guest speakers are Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

 

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
Download [▼]

Conference: Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils

Message from Essex Primary School

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image showscolour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.We are having a conference looking at the achievement of Black Caribbean pupils at Essex Primary School this Thursday. We have two excellent speakers: Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Venue:
Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
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Gender Equality Pilot, Summer work

From the eBulletin:

NEU Officers' ebulletin logo.Primary practitioners needed: Gender Equality Pilot, Summer work Please could you send out the following request to primary members in your area who might be interested in taking part in this exciting project:
Lifting Limits is a social enterprise with a mission to challenge gender stereotyping and promote gender equality, in and through education. We are looking for experienced primary teachers with a passion for gender equality, good subject knowledge across the curriculum and availability to undertake a few days’ paid work in July/early August to create resources for our pilot. Our
approach is whole school and evidence-based, supporting schools to promote gender equality through ethos, routines and curriculum and giving staff and pupils the confidence and tools to challenge gender stereotyping wherever they encounter it. We are in the early stages of a pilot which will run throughout the 2018-19 school year and will be externally evaluated, involving inset presentations, pupil and parent workshops and a wide range of resources for use in school.
We are looking for experienced teachers, ideally subject leads and with a minimum 4 years’ experience in maintained primaries to develop lesson plans across the primary curriculum in the following subjects: maths, literacy, PSHE, geography, history, art and design, computing, design and technology, music, PE and MFL. We are also looking for an experienced EYFS practitioner. We anticipate around 3 days’ work in each subject at a rate of £175 per day.
If you are qualified and interested in being part of this exciting venture, please send your CV to info@liftinglimits.org.uk by 6th July.

Conference: Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils

Black and British?

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image shows colour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?

The data says “No”.

What can we do to change this?

Essex Primary School is hosting a conference on the 5th July.  It tackles the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils. Our guest speakers are Akala and David Gillborn.

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
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Elections For Executive Members – 1 January 2019 – 31 August 2021

NEU HQ has reminded members of Election Circular – 18-003/BSD, published earlier this year.

For action – 18-003/BSD – Elections For Executive Members – 1 January 2019 – 31 August 2021

Electoral Districts, Plus 3 Equality Seats – Black Members, Disabled Members, LGBT Members and 3 Sector Seats – Independent Schools, Post 16 Establishments & Support Staff Executive Members

Election Circular – 18-003/BSD
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