UNITE AGAINST FASCISM SWANSEA
c/o Unison Cymru Wales,The Courtyard,Wind St, Swansea SA1 1DPMessage from Stand Up To Racism Wales - Unite and Fight Against Austerity
‘We are urging all those who are absolutely sick of politicians blaming immigrants for the effects of austerity cuts to join the Swansea March Against Austerity on June 13 .
We have watched while successive governments and opposition have played the immigration card and observed how, in response, racist groups have flourished and seen fit to take to the streets and the ballot box with their racist agenda.
Enough is enough. Lets put the blame where it belongs - unite and fight against austerity.
The march is organised and supported by many individuals and organisations including Swansea Peoples Assembly , Unison and PCS. It assembles at Swansea Guildhall at 12:30. The march will finish in Castle Square.
We are urging all anti racists to mobilise for this march. Can you please forward this message to your networks.
Facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/668865579924991/
Stand Up To Racism Wales’
Swansea demo leaflet:http://issuu.com/swanseaunison/docs/swanj13
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General Financial Surgeries
Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th March 2014 in the Unison office in Llwynegrin Hall, Mold.
These surgeries are free to Unison members. To take advantage of this invaluable opportunity and book your initial 30 minute consultation with an advisor, please contact:
Julie Hartwell on 01273 523739 or email email@example.com
If you wish to have a telephone consultation on an alternative date, please phone Julie.------------------SEPTEMBER 2013 - SINGLE STATUS UPDATE
negotiations on a new pay and grading model have been continuing in earnest
over the summer and we have so far reached proposed model 29 of a new pay and
grading structure. We are now in discussions with the politicians as well as
management. The amount of data and the complexity of the exercise cannot be underestimated
and your negotiating team is working hard to ensure we settle for nothing less
than the best deal that we can achieve. This is all taking place in the context
of a difficult financial settlement this year and a future that looks equally
uncertain. We have reiterated that
single status is not a cost cutting exercise, and that the final package will
need to provide resilience in the workforce to attract and retain
employees. The ‘part 3’ terms and
conditions have been negotiated but as they form part of the whole package and
are subject to confidentiality until the negotiations have been completed we
are not in a position to share them as yet.
for completion of the project remains within this calendar year 2013, but there
are still a number of hurdles for the agreement to cross, not least the
detailed equalities impact assessment and the Trade Union Ballot of its members
to name but two. We will keep you informed of any significant developments and
prior to any ballot there will be a series of member meetings which you will be
invited to attend.
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51% of the population are women
22.5% of MPs are women
10% of Police & Crime Commissioners are women5% of national newspaper editors are women 0% of the Bank of England Monetary Committee are women
On 8 March, International Women's Day, the eyes of the public are on the situation of women all over the world. It is a day to celebrate the rights that have been achieved – and at the same time, a day to demand real equality for women.
The Group of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament strongly campaigns for gender equality on all levels – and throughout the year – and takes this opportunity to present the Manifesto for making equal rights for women a reality.