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Women's History: Strong Past, Stronger Future

Zita welcomes International Women’s Day and PCS Women’s History Month with a tribute to women in our own union and a personal account of barriers that women activists may face.

Digital and the pay campaign

Digital technology will have a major part to play to help us get over the 50% turnout threshold in the pay campaign over the next couple of months.

From Stonewall to Pride

As part of LGBT+ History Month, Kris reflects on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and today’s Pride movement.

Learning to take the next steps in being a rep

Hannah recently attended the PCS Next Steps Academy course, a five-day residential course held at the Northern College, based in Wentworth House, a stately home in South Yorkshire.  She told us how the course has helped her with her knowledge, skills and confidence.

What pay day means to me

Caitlyn has shared her story of how she is suffering under the government's pay cap.

Learning to help others to learn

Paul recently attended the TUC’s union learning representatives’ stage 2 training course and told us about how the course has helped him develop new skills that he can take back to his workplace to help others.

 

From Stonewall to Equality

Kris offers us his thoughts as part of this year’s LGBT+ History Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

Removing the barriers and embracing opportunities

Martin believes that everyone should be given the right tools for their job, and argues for the social model of disability to remove the barriers for disabled people at work.

A warning for all ages – pensioner poverty worst in 20 years

Neil Duncan-Jordan explains why pensioner poverty is on the increase and the importance of campaigning for a ‘living’ state pension

Time to shout a bit louder

Clare explains how female activists are working together to combat period poverty

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