Make sure that you receive information about NUT equality events and conferences and about the equality constituency seat elections for the National Executive. If you have not told the Union about your ethnicity, sexual orientation, trans status, or disability status etc, you may miss out on important information from us. Go to www.teachers.org.uk/update to update your membership details to ensure you are fully informed. The information that you provide us will remain strictly confidential. The data will form the basis of anonymous statistical reports which will help us identify trends in workplaces and barriers to participation in the Union’s structures.
There is a Black Teachers’ representative on the NUT National Executive:
Paulina Blackstock, Black Teacher Constituency Executive Holder
Please note that the following is the opinion of the ESH and does not necessarily represent the Union’s existing policies:
NUT Black Teachers Constituency Executive Holder Report July 2017
NUT Black Teacher Constituency Executive Holder Report June 2017
NUT Black Teacher Constituency Executive Holder Mandate.
TUC Charter for Racial Justice in Education
London Black Teachers’ Network
Your attention is drawn to the NUT’s London Black Teachers’ Network. It was launched in 2015 to help members achieve change and make an impact.
The NUT and NTA use the term ‘Black’ in a political context to encompass all members who self-identify as Black or Asian and all other minority ethnic groups who do not identify themselves as white.