Please find below details of campaigns, events and activities in the London and South East region.
You are receiving this because you are either a branch officer, regional committee member or a NEC member based in our region. Please promote these events amongst your members and use them to support your workplace organising activities.
Interserve workers dispute
Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 May 2019. Foreign and Commonwealth Office, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AH
PCS Interserve members working at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office will be taking their first ever strike action on the 1 and 2 May 2019.
The dispute concerns the company’s refusal to negotiate with PCS, the workers’ trade union on:
- on redundancies,
- contractual changes to pay dates, and,
- attacks on holiday pay and sick pay.
You can show your support by:
- Attending the King Charles Street picket line from 7:30 am on the 1 and 2 May 2019.
- Sending a message of support to email@example.com
- Making a donation to the strike fund
London May Day: International Workers’ Day
Wednesday 1 May: Assemble at 12 noon. March leaves at 1 pm for Trafalgar Square. Meet Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU nearest tube - Farringdon
Join PCS Interserve strikers after their first even strike for the annual May Day march and rally. Join other workers around the world to celebrate our solidarity and achievements.
Show racism the red card education showcase
Tuesday 7th May 2019: 5:15pm arrival for 6pm start.
City Hall, The Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tackling the far right – new education tool from the TUC
Far-right extremism is on the rise in Britain. Hate speech spreads unchecked online, and acts of far-right terrorism have rocketed. But unions have stronger weapons than the far-right — solidarity, trust, and of course, our union reps and activists. Together we can keep our workplaces hate-free. Learn how