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Health and Safety Motions

To be discussed GUCU branch meeting 21/10/20120 Motion One – Safety First This Branch notes: – the extensive outbreaks on University campuses across the UK, including Goldsmiths, rendering the College’s …

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5 days ago
🚨Reminder that our Branch Meeting is this afternoon! 🚨
3- 4:15pm, online [Zoom link sent by email]

An important struggle is taking place over the future of our working lives and this institution- come to discuss how we can together shape the future want.
5 days ago
In the face of terrible decisions by management and government, students and staff are coming together, 'joining forces to share their worries about the health risks of face to face teaching and to hold university leaders and the government to account.'
6 days ago

Come to discuss how we can shape a future together – one which prioritises job security and safe working conditions, and in which resources are focused on supporting our teaching, research and support work.
1 week ago
The start of our local dispute balloting period approaches. Come to the Branch meeting this Weds to discuss the upcoming ballot, which places issues around job losses, workload + equalities at its heart- and to discuss what shape our action might take.

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