17h00 East Ham Town Hall
17h00 East Ham Town Hall
You are reminded of 2 upcoming rallies
Britain Deserves a Pay Rise – Rally
Thursday 12 Oct 2017
Britain Deserves a Pay Rise/Break the Pay Cap London Rally and Demonstration:
Assemble from 5:20 pm, opposite Downing Street
Britain Still Needs a Pay Rise Rally
Tuesday 17 Oct 2017
Britain Still Needs a Pay Rise Rally and Lobby of Parliament
2 pm – 4 pm, Parliament Square.
Fri 6 Oct 2017 – 10:00 to 14:30
TUC Congress House,
23-28 Great Russell Street, London
FREE ADMISSION (REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL)
SERTUC H&S Reps Conference:
“WHAT EFFECT WILL BREXIT HAVE ON HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELL-BEING IN THE WORKPLACE”
Stronger Unions – Safer Workplaces – Safer Communities
Hugh Robertson, TUC Senior Policy Officer, Health and Safety
Marie Hughes, unionlearn Education Officer, London, East, South East
Jeff Cheeseman, ASLEF, H&S Rep at Norwood Depot
Anastasia Ahern, BECTU, H&S Rep at Royal Opera House
Charlotte Hall, Greater London Authority, Senior Policy Officer, Health
Paul Donaldson, HCSA, Honorary Secretary
Phil James, Middlesex University, Professor of Employment Relations
Sarah Friday, NAPO, National Officer
James Smith, UNISON South East, Regional Organiser
Tony Lampey, USDAW, H&S Rep at Tesco Distribution Centre, Crawley
This is an event for trade union health and safety reps and trade unionists interested in campaigning on health, safety and well-being issues at work or in the community.
Information about the venue:
Congress House is a fully accessible building.
Contact for further information:
There is no charge for attending this event.
PLEASE REGISTER: email@example.com or 020 7467 1220
SERTUC H&S Conference flyer
Map & Directions
Link to SERTUC website & H&S Conference
Sunday 3rd September 2017
UNITE London & Eastern Region Coach
The coach will be picking up at:
Euston Station (Eversholt Street) at 8.00 a.m.
The coach will depart from Burston at 4.30 p.m. The return coach fare is:
£5.00 per seat – Unite Members / £7.00 per seat – Non-Unite Members
Bookings: Jayne.Watkin@unitetheunion.org / 0208 800 4281
Leaflet with event details and background to the strike
Circular and booking form
Following an interesting conversation at the NUT Annual Conference 2017, the NTA receives correspondence from the Peace Pledge Union. The latest message includes the following information:
“….the London arms fair will take place at the Excel Centre in Newham Borough in September (known formally as Defence Systems and Equipment International, or DSEI). The PPU will be campaigning against it, along with lots of other organisations such as the Campaign Against Arms Trade and War Resisters International….”
If interested, members can contact the PPU at:
Report from Disabled Members’ Equality Seat Holder on NUT National Executive, Mandy Hudson.
Please note that the following is the opinion of the ESH and does not necessarily represent the Union’s existing policies.
Disabled Teachers’ ESH report July 2017
Message from Brad Parker
“Staff Attorney & International Advocacy Officer
Defense for Children International – Palestine”
“An entirely man-made humanitarian crisis faces the nearly 2 million Palestinians living in Gaza, 43 percent of whom are under 15 years old. Israel’s 10-year military siege of the tiny coastal enclave and repeated Israeli military offensives have trapped Palestinians in dire conditions.
Report from NUT LGBT+ National Executive Member, Annette Pryce:
(Please note that the following is the opinion of the ESH and does not necessarily represent the Union’s existing policies.)
August 2017 LGBT+ National Executive Member Report
Other recent LGBT+ information for NTA members can be found on the NTA website at: