Mohammed blogs on the importance of the relaunched PCS Anti-Racist and Anti-Fascist Strategy (ARAF).
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.
These are still extremely challenging times and your continued hard work is keeping the country going during the Covid-19 crisis.
This year has seen unprecedented challenges for our members across the civil service and related areas, who are dealing the Covid-19 pandemic.
Kris looks ahead to the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the cancellation of Pride events during the ongoing pandemic.
Jane blogs about her recent positive experience of attending a PCS mental health awareness course via Zoom.
Monday 22 June is National Windrush Day and events will be taking place, many online, to celebrate the date that passengers from the Caribbean disembarked from the MV Empire Windrush, at the Port of Tilbury, to start new lives in the UK. Zita argues that National Windrush Day cannot truly be celebrated until there is Windrush justice.
Fran's blog is based on a speech that she gave at the People Before Profit national co-ordinating meeting on 14 June, which included contributions from other union speakers and also MPs.
Zita blogs about how the struggle for answers and justice is still going on for the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Ray explains why all workers on outsourced government contracts should be entitled to occupational sick pay from day one for the duration of the coronavirus crisis and after it has ended