Janine joins Mik Scarlet and others in performing for delegates and visitors to the TUC Disabled Workers' Conference at Congress House, London.
Workers' self-defence starts with getting unionised at work. This section includes material on the trade union struggles and issues I am involved in and/or urge you to support!
Janine will be tutoring this week-long course, which will take place at the union's Bob Crow National Education Centre in Doncaster and is free for RMT members and reps to attend.
Join us at The Kitchen @the Bridge, 73-81 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1 0NQ
This event is free of charge: please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance so we can ensure that there is enough food and drink!
Union Tavern, Kings Cross, WC1X 9AA
On September 13 jailed Iranian trade unionist and socialist Shahrokh Zamani was found dead in his prison cell.
As well as being a tragedy, Shahrokh’s death was a blow to workers’ struggles in Iran and internationally – and a reminder of the need for continued, and intensified, solidarity with the Iranian working class.
- LUL Fit for the Future Stations Equality Impact Assessment
- Disability discrimination cases in LUL
- Employers' disability policies
- Proposed employment policy on Autism
- RMT training
- Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC)
- UK Disability History Month
- UN to investigate UK government
- Access to Work survey
- WOW petition
First part of a three-part report from the meeting of the Europen Transport Workers' Federation's Women's Committee in Berlin, 12-13 October 2015.
Women's health and safety at work
Alexander Kirchner, Chair of German transport trade union EVG, spoke at ETF Women's Committee on 12 October 2015. His two key points were:
1. EU Fourth Railway Package
Just before the Sun raises its head above the parapet
One side of the sky is light, the other horizon dark
We stand by a tree whose trunk has a carpet of decorous lichen on one side
The other side plain and furrowed with bare and turreted bark
The road was deserted for most of the night, but now that the traffic is starting
The middle of the highway is no longer a safe place to stand