SHOW CULTURE SOME LOVE DAY OF ACTION
As part of the TUC #Heartunions week, The Show Culture Some Love Campaign has organised a day of action on alongside a number of trade unions, campaigns and groups across the arts and culture sector. Please come along to the events or post a selfie! https://www.facebook.com/Show-
In Birmingham the Show Culture Some Love Campaign invites you to come and give Birmingham Museum and Arts Gallery ‘A Great Big Hug’ on Valentine’s Day. We will be meeting at 13.15 Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3DH.
In London we will be participating in a walking tour celebrating the Capital’s cultural heritage and the unions that represent the people who make it all possible. Facebook event
The tour is being supported by , Artists’ Union England, BECTU, Equity, FDA, General Federation of Trade Unions, Musicians’ Union, NUJ, PCS, Prospect, Southern & Eastern Region of the TUC (SERTUC) and the Writers Guild of Great Britain.
Between 12.00-14.00 we will be visiting • Palace Theatre • Curzon Soho
• National Gallery (Between 12.15-12.30)
• English National Opera• Royal Festival Hall• BFI• National Theatre• ITV• Tate Modern • Globe Theatre
STOP UNION BUSTING AT THE TATE
Securitas – running down conditions in the Culture sector
Protest at Tate Modern from
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Privatised workers employed by Securitas at Tate and National Gallery in PCS members have been facing problems with this company.
Please and circulate widely. If this private company is allowed to get away with bypassing the union and eroding our terms and conditions then this will give the green light to other companies in our sector to do the same.
PLEASE ALSO SUPPORT THESE DISPUTES HOWEVER YOU CAN
Equality and Human Rights Commission workers sacked by email
EHRC sacked PCS and Unite members while on strike against redundancies giving them a day to clear their desks
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Picture House strikers fighting for a living wage
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