- University College London’s Academic Board to recommend to the Council of the College that it should set aside the IHRA definition of antisemitism, and replace it with a more appropriate alternative.
- Report finds the IHRA definition “not fit for purpose within
Collectivise the resistance
For a fighting democratic union
7.00pm Thursday 11 February
Chair: Bee Hughes UCU LJMU
- Daniele Kebede NEU Senior Vice President
- Didem Derya Ozedimir Kaya, Solidarity with Bogazici University staff and students
- Dharminder Chuhan UCU
UCU members in Higher Education are being surveyed again.
But there is a real danger that the ‘Industrial Action Survey’ will be used, not as originally intended to build the current JNCHES trade dispute, but to reposition UCU’s …
UCU’s National Executive Committee met for the first time this year on 22nd January for a “briefing” and discussion on the potential for collective action in colleges and universities in defence of members facing the risks of in person …
UCU Left calls on members to vote for candidates who are committed to fighting for Health and Safety, workers’ rights, equality, and protecting the planet.
In the coming UCU NEC elections it is important all members vote. Low polls comfort only …
A UCU Left Open Webinar
No going back: Fighting for control of education under the lockdown.
The latest lockdown has been forced on the Tory government against their will. There are huge lessons for UCU in the successful organising tactics …
Jo Grady’s statement in today’s papers threatening strike action against any premature return to campus and face-to-face teaching should be applauded.
UCU is saying clearly that we will not allow employers to put staff and students at risk as they …
It is time to abandon our obsession with exams being the best form of assessment
Education secretary Gavin Williamson’s announcement two weeks ago that GCSE and A-level exams would be cancelled this summer has rightly been welcomed by …
Just one day after declaring that he had no doubt in his mind that schools were safe, Boris Johnson closed schools and colleges as part of another national lockdown. Johnson and the Tories have shown that despite 75,000 deaths from …