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Prison education: a vision for the future


This webinar will explore how we develop an overarching strategy to remedy the previous pattern of disjointed and confused decision-making that has shaped the prison education sector in the past, and will discuss how we transform the pay, working conditions and professional standing of our prison education members into the future.

Supporting migrant staff in education


Members of the migrant members' standing committee and UCU's equality team discuss how we can meet the needs of migrant members and campaign for change on key issues.

Fighting job cuts & structural racism


Join us for an informative session, with input from black members across FE, HE and prison education, to discuss how cuts are affecting black workers, students and communities, the intersectional implications and how we can fight against their damaging impact.

London and South East FE regional briefing


This regional briefing will update you on the funding environment, political context and the potential financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on FE institutions, and provide you with practical guidance and advice on defending jobs and ensuring that the reopening of FE colleges is safe for staff and students.

‘The Automatic University’: the new normal for higher education?


In 2019 UCU Scotland commissioned work to review and understand the expansion of data systems and automation in higher education. We wanted to be able to pre-empt and respond to the challenges that artificial intelligence and automation bring to our sector. A year on and Covid-19 has made these challenges all too real for staff and students in education. This UCU webinar will hear from the report’s author, Dr Ben Williamson; Ann Gow, UCU Scotland immediate past-president; and Jenny Lennox from UCU's bargaining and negotiations team.

‘It’s My Time’ workload campaign launch (UCU Eastern & Home Counties)


The impact of Covid-19 on working practices and the shift to blended learning has meant additional workload pressures for UCU members. The need for an organised collective response in workplaces has never been greater. Coupled with this, the need for individual members to protect their own wellbeing, supported by their union and workplace agreements, is
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