In the past couple of weeks, QMUCU has received concerning information from participants in the QMUL Rent Strike about the high rates of eviction from QMUL residences. Between September 2020 and February … Continue reading QMUCU raises concerns over evictions from student residences during the pandemic
We hope you are well. We’d like to take this opportunity to invite you directly to our next branch meeting on Thursday next week, 18 March, at 1pm. This is a … Continue reading Next Thursday – we meet
Since March 2020, we have witnessed and experienced a substantial increase in childcare and other intensive caring duties at home. This has been accompanied by an increase of workload, leading … Continue reading Key findings from QMUL 2020 financial report – fact sheet
The Covid payment petition has now been signed by 568 people. This includes 528 members of staff and further 40 students and members of the wider community. Through our collective … Continue reading The Covid payment petition has been signed by 528 QMUL members of staff
Over the last two weeks you will have received messages from the Principal about the university’s plans for the next academic semester. In those emails it has been claimed that … Continue reading Management ignoring government guidance on return to campus
Sign our petition here. As 2020 draws to a close, the news of a vaccination for the coronavirus offers hope to an end in sight for the pandemic in 2021. … Continue reading A COVID-19 Payment For All QMUL Staff!
Today, QMUCU is marking the Day of Action for Disability Equality in Education and this year the theme of the day is “Organising for Disabled Workers”. Covid-19 has brought new barriers … Continue reading Day of Action for Disability Equality in Education
Update from the QMUCU anti-racist working group: We are writing to inform you of ongoing representations on tackling racism at QMUL, and to invite you to a workshop organised by … Continue reading QMUL management – publish the Inclusion Report 2020 IN FULL