London Meeting – Where next in the campaign to defend education
April 28, 2010 Leave a comment
UCU members at King’s College London will be taking strike action next week.
UCU is seeking a halt to the redundancy process underway at King’s which has seen 164 jobs put at risk.
A major feature of the strike held by UCU members at King’s on 30 March was the solidarity shown by other universities and colleges, and by local workplaces. On Wednesday 5 May higher, further and adult education institutions across London will be on strike. King’s will also be out on strike on Thursday 6 May.
Staff and students at King’s are holding a public meeting to discuss how we can build the resistance underway against education cuts. All welcome:
WHAT NEXT IN THE CAMPAIGN TO DEFEND EDUCATION?
Wednesday 28 April 5pm,
Edmund J Safra Lecture Theatre, King’s Building, Strand
(From reception, go straight ahead down the corridor, past the Great Hall, the lecture theatre is on the left)
Novelist and King’s alumnus Ronan Bennett
Novelist Iain Pears (see his blog on the new managerialism)
Leeds University UCU president Malcolm Povey (Leeds recently won a significant victory over compulsory redundancies)
Plus: speakers from King’s UCU, the ‘We Support our Teachers’ Campaign, and Sussex University.
Organised by KCL UCU, Unison, Unite and the King’s ‘We Support Our Teachers’ campaign