PCS Blogs

Covid-19 and disability: the disturbing facts

Austin delves deeper into the impact of covid-19 on disabled workers.

Communities uniting against the far right

Nick blogs about how it is important for us to stand up against the far right as they try to take advantage of the climate of fear and insecurity.

Suicide Awareness Day: talking and listening

On Suicide Awareness Day, Angela blogs about the importance of talking openly about suicide and our feelings.

Voting YES for safety

Donna blogs about the importance of voting "yes" in the ballot over safety in DWP, to protect members and service users.

Confronting slavery's legacy of racism

The theme of this year's International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is “confronting Slavery’s Legacy of Racism Together”. Herma blogs for us on what this means for her and for trade unions.

Speaking up against racism

Mohammed blogs about the upcoming Dorothy Kuya Memorial Lecture at the International Slavery Museum

Equality for agency workers

As an agency worker himself, Owen tells us how he is working on the campaign for agency staff to have the same working conditions as permanent staff.

A fresh approach to fighting racism and fascism

Mohammed blogs on the importance of the relaunched PCS Anti-Racist and Anti-Fascist Strategy (ARAF).

Lessons in Safety

Jasmine blogs about the importance of having a health and safety rep in every workplace to protect members, and how PCS online training has helped her to get involved.

Participation is key to prevailing on pay

These are still extremely challenging times and your continued hard work is keeping the country going during the Covid-19 crisis.

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