Showing items tagged with 'brexit'
10 August 2019: Environment Secretary, Theresa Villiers, has been asked to drop a secrecy provision from draft legislation to improve environmental protection after Brexit.
16 April 2019: The huge rise in racism, hate crime and far right attacks because of Brexit and wider global trends were themes picked up by a succession of speakers at the conference.
8 April 2019: An opportunity for new members to find out more about the branch and the union.
21 February 2019: Alison Stanley, partner and head of the Bindmans immigration asylum & nationality team, will be speaking about Brexit and answering queries from freelance members.
6 June 2018: What will happen to our many EU national colleagues after the UK leaves the European Union? What fate awaits our UK national colleagues living and working in EU countries? Speakers & discussion.
5 June 2018: Media stereotypes, greater on-screen presence, learning disabilities and Brexit were raised by the union during TUC disabled workers' conference.
12 October 2017: Since the EU referendum UK hate crimes have doubled, confirming anecdotal evidence than many 'Leave' voters believed their vote meant that people of colour should 'Leave' the UK.Our Byline panel comprises five women who have personal and professional experience of racism and how to combat it.
8 May 2017: The Convention is the first large-scale event to offer organisations and individuals the chance to hear and take part in crucial debates about the United Kingdom’s future and the populist insurgencies that are sweeping Western democracies.
7 April 2017: A TUC survey showing racism at work has a huge impact on black, Asian and minority ethnic workers’ wellbeing prompted debate at conference.
3 April 2017: The Trade Union Co-ordinating Group fringe meeting at the STUC