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Fighting the far right

PCS rep Robert shares his excitement about attending an upcoming fighting the far-right study visit

Period dignity: from menstruation to menopause

Clare updates us on the importance and progress of the period dignity campaign.

Literacy as a Human Right

Andy tells us about the history of Braille and how Braille literacy is still important today.

Why I'm striking over DVSA working practices and restructures

Dave explains why he is one of 150 LGV driving examiners at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency striking over working practices and restructures.

In Conversation with Tully Kearney, GB Paralympian swimmer

As part of the joint Disability Awareness Month celebration with the Department for Education (DfE), Peter's branch had the pleasure to meet Tully Kearney, who shared her remarkable story of being a successful Para swimmer and patron of the Dystonia Society.

Get out and vote and then get active in PCS

Fran urges everyone to vote in the general election and get involved in PCS

Building, Growing and Winning for LGBT+ Equality with PCS

Yemisi blogs for us about how much she enjoyed the recent LGBT+ seminar and the value of the debates and discussions on overcoming obstacles to participation.

Why I'm striking

PCS members who clean HMRC offices in Bootle and Liverpool have been striking over low pay and poor conditions. One of the strikers explains why

Creating an accessible future

The theme of today's International Day of People With Disabilities is “The Future is Accessible”.  Keith explains what this might mean in the workplace and how we can all help.

Proud to Fight HIV and AIDS Stigma

For World Aids Day and Disability History Month, Kris reflects on the continuing fight against HIV and AIDS.

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