Professor Matthew Feldman of the Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies at Teesside University believes we must all work together towards building bridges, not walls, between communities following recent terrorist atrocities.
On Monday I spoke at an event — organised by Labour and alongside several other trade unions representing public sector workers — on the impact of cuts to public services and our safety and security.
Next week sees PCS’s annual delegate conference (ADC) in Brighton. This year’s conference comes in the midst of a snap general election, and one with the clearest choice for decades; from economic policy, to taxation, to public services, the Conservatives and Labour offer fundamentally different approaches.
PCS Northern region learning organiser Clare Hownam explains how our union is giving reps the skills to support workplace learning
Workers Memorial Day is commemorated throughout the world and officially recognised by the UK government. It provides workers an opportunity to come together and remember those who have been killed and injured at work.
The PCS Young Members' Committee stresses the need for young people to register to vote by 22 May and then use their vote in the general election on 8 June.
On Monday I spoke at the May Day rally in Trafalgar Square, paying tribute to our Equality and Human Rights Commission members who are involved in a long-running dispute over staff and budget cuts of 75% and compulsory redundancies.
For autism awareness month, trainer and campaigner Janine Booth blogs about the neurodiversity in the workplace course she is running for PCS.
In the second of 2 blog posts for PCS, Hillsborough justice campaigner Sheila Coleman highlights the importance of support for the campaign from PCS and other unions and encourages women to trust their instincts when it comes to campaigning