A workplace bulletin by University of London workers, for University of London workers.
On Wednesday 22 January, students in London have organised a “March on Senate House” to put pressure on the management of the University of London to grant the demands of the “3 Cosas” strikers (outsourced workers), and to support the pay claim of higher education workers in their national dispute.
On Monday, December 9, for the third time in 18 months, a false allegation of unprofessional conduct was made against NUT activist Liam Conway.
The threat of strikes by teachers in seven secondary schools in Lewisham, south London, has forced school managers to withdraw an unfair pay policy.
Higher Education workers in three unions struck on Tuesday 3 December against a 1% pay deal. University and College Union members in Further Education also struck to win better pay.
The steering committee of the Local Associations National Action Campaign (LANAC), a rank-and-file network in the National Union of Teachers (NUT) met on 23 November in Nottingham.
Higher education workers will strike over pay on 3 December.
On 22 November something odd happened. The Daily Express published an article which implicitly criticised one of Michael Gove’s key reforms to education and quoted, approvingly and prominently, the condemnation of this policy by Labour Education Minister, Tristram Hunt.
Academics love nothing more than having a moan about the terrible state of the neo-liberal university.
Higher Education workers will strike again on Wednesday 3 December in a fight against a 1% pay deal.