Branch Annual General Meetings

branch-meetings-squareOur latest Newsletter is attached below and includes:-

  • Notice of the AGM's that are taking place on 12, 13,14 and 15 March 2019
  • Draft Agenda for the AGM's
  • Nominations for Branch Officers, Stewards, H&S Reps and ULR's
  • Expressions of interest for delegates to attend the National Delegate and Local Government Conferences in Liverpool in June.Please note the closing date for nominations and expressions of interest in attending the conferences is Monday 11 February 2019.

It would be great if you could come along to one of the meetings.

pdfAGM Newsletter January 2019     pdfAGM Nomination Form

Response to Council Communications Regarding Supreme Court Decision

branch-squareFollowing our success on the increment Freeze Claim, the Council has yet again attempted to blame our members, threatening job losses and cuts to services.

The Joint Trade Union response to the Council can be read here Joint TU Response

Five year legal battle comes to an end - UNISON Success on Increment Freeze claim

branch-squareNottingham City UNISON Branch today was informed that the Supreme Court has refused NCCs application to appeal the decision of the Court of Appeal. This is fantastic news for our members who submitted claims and the case will now be remitted back to the tribunal to consider remedy. This is a massive victory that shows the value of trade union membership.

Christina Sanna
Branch Secretary

Stars in our Schools

This week, we are celebrating our schools "unsung heroes" with an event called Stars in Our Schools.  This is a national event from UNISON which is held in schools by the members to celebrate the roles that they carry out in supporting teaching and learning in the places they work. Pictured below is the UNISON Steward for Woodlands Special School, Naseem, along with Christina Sanna, Branch Secretary.

Stars in Schools 1

Nottingham Women's Centre Open Day

Womens Centre

Donna Rebouse and Clare Copeland, Branch Women's Self Organised Group Officers and Christina Sanna, Branch Secretary on the UNISON stall at the Women's Centre Open Day

Show your solidarity to TUC Bookmarks bookshop after fascist attack

branch-squareFar right attack TUC Bookmarks bookshop just days after Tommy Robinson release...

Time to build a mass movement against the racist and fascist right

The last few days have proved just how important it is to build a mass movement against racism and fascism in Britain.

The attack on Saturday by far right extremists on the TUC's bookshop Bookmarks in Central London shows that these people are gaining in confidence in the wake of Tommy  Robinson's release on bail.

Please click here for further details

May Day March

Nottingham City UNISON took part in the annual May Day celebrations that took place in Beeston on Saturday 5 May.

The March ended with a rally at the White Lion Pub in Beeston.

Thanks to Clare Copeland who arranged to carrying the Branch banner.

May Day March

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