United we publish: your pay – your say? Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, joins speakers including Guardian columnist Owen Jones, former global HR director at MacMillan Science and Education Tania Hummel and director of international and research for UNITE the Union Simon Dubbins to review pay and conditions in the UK publishing industry. Book your ticket for the event on Thursday 14 July, at St. Bride’s Foundation, London EC4Y 8EQ on the BookMachine website.
How safe are your communications? Placing secret intelligence gathering under the rule of law: NUJ event with speakers Sir David Omand, former GCHQ chief, and Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, at 18.00, Monday 27 June, King's College, London University. Book your place on the Eventbrite website.
Tolpuddle seminar: the Trade Union Coordinating Group's annual seminar, chaired by RMT's general secretary Mick Cash, will discuss the implications of the Trade Union Act with speakers including Caroline Lucas MP, John Hendy QC and unions of the TUCG on Tuesday 12 July, 18.30, Wilson Room, Portcullis House. RSVP email@example.com
Cable Street 80th Anniversary: join the march and rally on Sunday 9 October to commemorate the Battle of Cable Street, when Jewish and Irish residents saw off Oswald Mosley's black-shirted fascists. If you can be a steward, please contact Jonathan Havard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pride in London: this weekend is full of events, including a parade in London on Saturday 25 June. Details can be found on the Pride in London website. On Sunday 26 June, members are invited to join the UK Black Pride free event in South London’s Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens as part of the Big Pride Picnic in the Park celebrations. More details on the UK Black Pride website.
Civil liberties, the state and the European Union: workshops on the refugee crisis, mass surveillance, racism, xenophobia and the far right and the defence of civil liberties tomorrow, Saturday 25 June, 356 Holloway Road, London N7. Tickets are available on the Statewatch website.
Fair pensions for women: join the Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) demonstration and lobby of Parliament to campaign against the unfair changes to the state pension age imposed on women born on or after 6th April 1951, on Wednesday 29 June, 12 noon. More details on the WASPI website.