PCS Blogs

Coronavirus: the challenges for women

Zita blogs on the impact of the coronavirus crisis on women and the future of Women's History Month.

Normalising working from home

Mohammed, a full-time homeworker, blogs for us about working from home.

Keeping up the pressure: racism will not be tolerated

For the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Herma blogs for us about the continued fight against the far right and racism.

Getting more work done from home

Helen blogs for us about her experiences of working from home - with some great advice!

Working with neurodiversity

For Neurodviersity Celebration Week Austin blogs about how he has worked with autism and how it has shaped his career.

25 years of campaigning on gender empowerment

Zita blogs about a global campaign for women's rights.

Setting up structures to provide help

For Neurodiversity Celebration Week, Helen tells us about setting up the role of neurodiversity officer in her branch and what is involved.

Women working together to shape the future

On 4 to 6 March, Liz attended the TUC Women’s Conference as a first-time delegate.  She shares her experiences with us.

PCS helping women in the community

Fiona tells us about what her branch does for International Women's Day every year to help local women in need.

International Women's Day: time for women to step forward

Mark and PCS president Fran Heathcote blog on International Women's Day about the importance of women getting involved in the union - and promise a warm welcome!

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