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MOBILISE FOR MAYDAY

22 April
2021
, 6:00pm

Calling on all UVW members from all workplaces and sectors!

Join the May Day planning meeting on Thursday 22nd April at 6PM.

UVW is part of a coalition of trade unions, organisations and activists fighting back against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.

On International Workers Day or May Day, UVW will be taking part in a national day of action to demand the bill be scrapped and it is vital that YOU take part.

The bill is a mortal threat to our right to protest, and take direct action.

UVW members, low-paid, precarious, and migrant workers, let’s stand up together to protect our mission of building worker power.

Register for the meeting here: >>

Read about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill here

How Priti Patel’s new policy threatens your right to protest

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Saturday 18 December

1pm

Harrods restaurant workers pre-strike PROTEST

Harrods pays its restaurant workers poverty wages, often over 20% below even the London Living Wage of £11.05 per hour which itself is not a huge wage. The waiters and chefs at Harrods have had enough and are now demanding £12 an hour.

Wednesday

5pm – 6pm

English Class

We run a weekly group online English class for our members who want to improve their English listening, reading, and speaking skills in a fun and relaxed way.

Tuesday 7 December

12:30pm

Rally: Support GOSH security guards’ strike for equality!

The workers voted unanimously to strike and are demanding full NHS benefits including basic things like sick pay, annual leave, overtime pay. Join the rally on 7 December. 

Thursday

6:30 – 7;30 PM

We are now offering yoga classes to all UVW members!

UVW is now offering online yoga classes to all UVW members! Classes will take place in English every Thursday from 6:30 - 7: 30pm sign up by emailing yogaclasses@uvwunion.org.uk

22 April
2021

6:00pm

MOBILISE FOR MAYDAY

UVW is part of a coalition of trade unions, organisations and activists fighting back against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.

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