J10! Public Sector Unions striking on July 10th! Rally at Hackney Town Hall

HTUC special public meeting with 3 COSAS and SOAS Justice for Cleaners/Unison! April 16th 2014.

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HTUC is organising regular bi-monthly special open public meetings where we invite outside speakers to educate and inform delegates and others.
On Wednesday April 16th, the meeting will be on organising with low wage workers.
And we have speakers from two totally inspirational, ongoing and winning campaigns – Justice for Cleaners SOAS/SOAS Unison and Henry Chango Lopez of the IWGB branch will be speaking about the fantastic 3COSAS, Senate House, University of London, cleaners campaign.
The public meeting will start at 7.30pm, after the HTUC delegate meeting at 7pm.
The venue is, as always, Aspland and Marcon Community Hall, Amhurst Road, inbetween Hackney Central and Hackney Downs stations.
Please forward this to branch members and friends.
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NUT Strike March 26th 2014

Hackney Support the NUT March 26th .. Picket Lines etc
“Support NUT Strike on 26th March
Dear comrades,
As you may know the NUT is taking national strike action on 26th March. We are fighting in defence of our pay, pension and conditions of service, in the context of a concerted attack by the coalition government and Michael Gove on the education service in this country. Gove’s wants to hand over our schools to the private sector, while rationing education more and more through his education ‘reforms’.

We see out fight as part of the larger fight to defend jobs and services against a government that is only interested in looking after the rich and greedy. Please support us, and join our picket lines:

There will be pickets from 7.30 onwards at:
B6, Lea Bridge roundabout
Clapton Academy
Stoke Newington School
And elsewhere

Members from Urswick school will be leafleting around the town hall”