In print and online, Activate is a resource for activists to help us organise, campaign and represent our members effectively.
If you are an active member of our union – a workplace rep, a distributor of PCS mail, a national executive member, or in any other capacity – you should receive a copy.
The latest issue focuses on the October week of action which saw thousands of PCS members taking strike action and marching through our city centres for the TUC Britain Needs a Pay Rise events.
We look at the direct debit campaign with a "how to..." guide on how to get members switching and top tips from a branch that is having positive results.
John Hilary of War on Want writes about the threat of TTIP and how we can campaign against it.
There is a pre-launch guide to the PCS online document library with information on how you can access it.
Rep Annette Rochester talks about her personal case work in a jobcentre in Birmingham and Sue Ghani tells us how she organises a presentation for Black History Month.
Send your comments to Activate editor Anne Thornton: email@example.com
Share your stories about campaigning and organising in the workplace, or to suggest ideas for articles, contact:
Anne Thornton, Activate editor
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If you do not receive your copy of Activate, or your details change, contact your branch organiser or group office to check or update our membership system.