BTUC Delegates Meeting Thursday the 2nd April 2020

Due to the Corona Virus pandemic all further delegates meeting will be online and not at our usual venue at the Council House.

This Thursday’s meeting will start with tribute to the front line workers in our National Health and Social care services.

The meeting will start at 7:00 pm, with Dave Rogers from the Banner theatre leading the tribute to the dedication of our care workers.

Dave Room from the National Education Union will speak on the challenges faced during the pandemic. Su Lowe from the UNITE union will share the experiences of UNITE members engaged in keeping the public safe

This will be an opportunity for us to share and discuss what we feel our governments should have done in preparation of the pandemic and what should be done now to ensure we remain safe through this crisis.

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BTUC Some reflections from our past

BTUC Delegate Meeting Councillor Julien Pritchard (Druids Heath) speaking on environment

Councillor Julien Pritchard (Druids Heath) speaking on environment
Councillor Julien Pritchard (Druids Heath) in Q&A with BTUC delegates on environment

Birmingham Climate Change Protest 14th Feb 2020

Young protesters marching against Climate Change 14th Feb 2020
A young protester speaking on climate change

BTUC Delegate Meeting 2019 General Election Results why and their consequences

Michael Roberts speaking on the General Election results and its consequences on the Trade Union, Labour and Working classes
Continuation – Michael Roberts on General Election Results
Continuation Michael Roberts – General Election 2019

New year message from President BTUC Ian Scott

Birmingham BTUC July Delegate Meeting 2019

Mike Moore speaking on UNISON dispute at Birmingham University
Mike Moore in Q&A with BTUC delegates
Gavin Cartwright Speaking on closure of Stourbridge College
Gavin Cartwright in Q&A with BTUC delegates on college closure

Joanne Shemmans From PSPO speaking on homelessness and Birmingham Council

Joanne Shemmans speaking on homelessness, criminalisation and Social Housing

May Day 2019 Celebrations in Birmingham

Birmingham Trade Union Council organised a day of speeches and performances marking May Day in Birmingham.

May Day Celebrations in Birmingham 2019
May Day Celebration WASPI speaker
May Day Celebration UNISON Care Worker speaking
May Day Celebrations Orgreave campaigner speaking
May Day Celebration 2019
May Day Celebrations 2019
May Day Celebration 2019

BTUC Panel Discussion on Diversity and Equality education in Birmingham Schools

Panelists included, Head Teacher from Anderton Park Primary School, representatives from National Education Union, Birmingham City Councillors and community organisations including LGBT groups

BTUC Panel Discussion Khakan Qureshi
Birmingham South Asians LGBT

Councillor Martin Straker-Welds

Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson, Headteacher, Anderton Park School

Ann Sawyer, Supporting Education of Equality and Diversity in Schools (SEEDS)