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Black and disabled workers’ health and safety

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The Covid-19 crisis has seen particular challenges for black and disabled workers. ONS statistics found that between March and July 2020, 59% of all deaths involving Covid-19 during this period were disabled (‘Coronavirus (COVID-19) related deaths by disability status, England and Wales: 2 March to 14 July 2020’) while black males are 4.2 times more
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Mapping LGBT+ progress

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Reviewing progress towards LGBT+ equality and liberation to date, and looking ahead The event will focus on two main questions: how much progress have we made with advancing the LGBT+ rights and liberation agenda as of today? where do we go next, and what should our priorities be? Confirmed speakers: Flora Renz (University of Kent
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Systemic racism and how to survive it

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In this webinar we will identify what we mean by ‘systemic racism’. We will be joined by colleagues from sister education unions including Michelle Codrington-Rogers, the first black national president of the NASUWT alongside UCU contributors from FE, HE and prison education. We will leave members with clear strategies to both recognise and challenge systemic
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