Members of the University and College Union (UCU) are joined with Unison, Unite and Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) are joined in a one day strike today with action being taken in Nottingham Higher Education institutions.The one-day strike will be followed next week by a third 2-hour strike of UCU, two having already taken place in 2014, action which is due to escalate unless there is nego…
care.data - what is going to happen ?
GP practices nationwide will soon be required to supply patients' personal and confidential medical information, on a regular and continuous basis, to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC).
Under the Health and Social Care Act 2012, GP practices have no choice but to allow the HSCIC to extract this information.
This project, called care.d…
Trent Building, LG11
University Park Campus
University of Nottingham
On Thursday 21 November, the court hearing will decide whether to grant a possession order to Bedroom Tax tenants – paving the way for evicting some of the most vulnerable people in Nottingham
Our campaign has repeatedly asked Nottingham City Council to follow the example of Broxtowe Borough Council and agree not to evict tenants in arrears because of the Bedroom Tax. The city council has r…
Nottingham Mechanics, North Sherwood St (opposite Orange Tree Pub)
Radical Routes Winter Gathering 2013 in Nottingham.
Nottingham Mechanics, 3 North Sherwood Street, Nottm NG1 4EZ
Vat and fiddle
Great Real Ale Pub close to the Station
Central Fire Station, Nottingham
Wednesday 25th September 2013
Between 12 and 4pm on Wednesday, the Fire Brigade Union called for a strike by its members to highlight it's issues over pensions and that staff are expected to work until they are 60, doing such a physically demanding job.
“All the evidence demonstrates the physically arduous and dangerous nature of the work firefighters undertake.…
Venue: City Gallery, Long Row (next to Primark) Nottingham
12.00 Saturday 20th July 2013
Nottingham folks gatherered at the Left Lion and proceeded to the HSBC bank in Clumber Street. The protestors being concerned, as banker's continue to be rewarded with bonuses and subsidies, and tax dodging is rife (£25 billion is lost annually), there’s been a 170% increase in the number of people relying on food banks in the UK. We need to demand that the governmen…
One Nottingham VCS Board Member Elections and Workfare
One Nottingham, the 'strategic partnership' has a management board with various posts reserved for representatives of particular sectors e.g., business, higher education and the voluntary sector. Currently, elections are underway for the voluntary sector posts which include a 'faith' representative, a BME representative and a sort of general …
As part of Boycott Workfare's week of action Nottingham Against Workfare call out for a week long internet blockade against workfare users Framework.
Concerns over the organisation of the People's Assembly Nottm - lack of creche facilities
Framework have found it necessary to issue some guidelines on how and what to post on their facebook site.
I guess this means that they are troubled by action and the critical postings there. Good! keep it up!
They are obnoxious in their view that operating workfare schemes were an unemployed / homeless person can be sanctioned [benefits removed] for not doing as they are told. Tough love. .....…
Mansfield Rd - next to Voluntary Action Centre
2.00pm Saturday 1st June 2013
Campaigners from Nottingham Against Workfare protested outside record shop Music Exchange, in Stoney Street, Nottingham.
The Music Exchange is a social enterprise founded by Framework. It is now operated by Eve Trades, a social enterprise established by the charity in 2012
1.00pm Saturday 1st June 2013
100 people gathered for a static demonstration at the Brian Clough Statue / Speakers Corner.
Video of some of the speeches at the protest. Speaker's Corner, Nottingham