Young Members' Newsletter issue 4 2019

Welcome to the latest young members’ newsletter. It's produced 4 times a year and is written by young members for young members.

If you want to get involved in young members’ activities and are aged 27 or under, contact youngmembers@pcs.org.uk to be added to the network or for more information or get in touch with your convenor.

Megan McQuade our new national young members’ committee chair introduces herself, gives a rundown on Young Workers’ Month and explains how to get involved.

Our NEC liaison officer, Fiona Brittle, writes about our union’s history and the lessons we can learn to ensure we are stronger going forward.

Callum Robinson, the new deputy convenor for the Northern region speaks on his experience of unions throughout his life and his new role.

Young members’ equalities officer Megan Hamblin reminds us all on the importance of registering to vote and the possibility of an upcoming snap general election.

David Anderson, newly-elected Northern convenor provides a rundown on his recent trip to Poland as part of the TUC Future Leaders Programme.

The new deputy convenor for Scotland, John Law, gives his perspective on the recent young members’ seminar in Birmingham.

Women’s representation in PCS – This has been widely discussed over the past year with a statement from the NEC being released this month. Megan McQuade writes a short overview of the statement and how we can act upon it.

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