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Report of the joint union (RMT, UNITE, UCU, UVW, IWGB) conference on precarious workers. It was a day of hard training and solidarity and demonstrates …

Election runs from 3rd – 28th September
Equality Campaigns
The magnificent industrial action this year by members in universities and colleges shows that a serious fightback can …

Leaflet: FE for a united pay fightback
All employers have now been sent notification declaring a dispute and announcing an industrial ballot.  The ballot will open on …

The UCU pay campaign ballot starts on Thursday 30th August. Vote YES to industrial action and YES to action short of strike. We need a campaign to address not just falling pay but also pay inequalities, casualisation and excessive workloads.

Marketisation is destroying education in our colleges, universities, prisons and the adult education sector. UCU is at a crossroads – how do we get the …

This evolving European framework for pension provision has been a significant factor in the reinforcing of the drive towards the replacement of Defined Benefit pensions with Defined Contribution pensions. The DC pension market is a market where high commissions and profits can be created, at the expense of the individual seeking a secure future pension.

UCU Left is encouraging people to vote for the following candidates for USS Dispute Committee

Tim Wilson (University of Dundee)
Gholam Khiabany (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Karen Evans (University of Liverpool)
Jo Grady (University of Sheffield)

Migrants make the NHS
Since the announcement of the result of the European referendum, the political establishment have been in profound crisis.  Many political commentators draw parallels …

The HEC of UCU is the body, made up of elected representatives of HE members, charged with carrying out work related to the HE sector. This report was compiled by Carlo Morelli, Christina Paine, Marion Hersh and Sean Wallis.

 
In view of the decisions at the two recent HE sector conferences it seems appropriate that the UCU negotiators write brief reports for members of …