Black & ethnic minority members

Black and ethnic minority RMT members are organising for equality and against racism. 

 

 

RMT Equalities Report - May 2015

In this Newsletter:

  • Fit for the Future = More Inequality
  • Inequality of pay and power
  • Location / Displacements
  • Part - time staff
  • Workforce density
  • Destaffing and lone working
  • Rosters and worklife balance
  • Abolition of seated roles
  • What can we do about it?
  • What about equality issues for passengers?

Brother Leon Brumant

It's a sad loss to lose any lives, but so much sadder when it's a young life.

Recently, Leon Brumant attended the RMT's National Black and Ethnic Minority Members conference in Manchester. His inquisitive nature and thirst for knowledge, made his enthusiasm infectious.

Bakerloo News April 2015

Bakerloo News is for RMT members in the Bakerloo branch. In this edition:

  • We must strike again to beat cuts
  • Migrant workers welcome here!
  • LU’s second joke pay offer rejected...
  • Victory on in-cab iPad distraction
  • Fixed-term contract CSAs: Know your rights!
  • iPads on stations
  • No radio, no problem? No way! Resist the rule change!

As Tube Job Cuts Kick In, Race Crimes Increase

RMT demands end to staff cuts as new figures show continuing increases in race hate crimes on our railways

RAIL UNION RMT today demanded an end to staffing cuts as new figures obtained by the Press Association reveal that the number of suspected race hate crimes taking place on the railways continues to rise with four reported to police every day last year.

RMT Black and Ethnic Minority Members Conference 2015

The RMT Black and Ethnic Minority Members Conference 2015 will be held on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March 2015 at THE ADELPHI HOTEL, RANELAGH PLACE, LIVERPOOL L3 5UL. Neasden Branch have been invited to nominate a a maximum of 4 delegates to attend. Anybody wishing to attend should contact the Branch Secretary by the next branch meeting date of Wednesday 28th January 2015.

Reparations Conference

SATURDAY 23rd August 2014, 10am to 10pm

RMT's Annual Reparations Conference

Venue: Bernie Grant Arts Centre Tottenham N15 4RX

International Speaker from the Afrikan community in India.

Receiving reports from community Groups on their Reparations activities and from previous presenters.
This is a FREE conference followed by a social and music.

Tube Job Cut Plans Will Hit Every Equalities Group

Fit For the Future – Stations will hit every stations worker with pay cuts, displacements, reduced work-life balance, etc. But its proposals will affect women, black and ethnic minority, LGBT, older, younger and disabled people in specific ways.

LU is obliged by law to assess what the impact on equalities groups will be. But LU has carried out a shabby and inadequate assessment. RMT and other unions’ reps have met LU about these issues in the last few weeks; management has revealed that it does not treat its obligation towards equalities groups seriously.

Every Job Matters Talks - Equalities Report & RMT Solutions To Concerns

A group of union reps are examining the impact of London Underground Ltd’s proposals for Fit for the Future – Stations on equality groups including women members, black and ethnic minority members, lesbian/gay/bi/trans members, disabled members, older members (55+) and younger members (under 30).

Members Feedback Wanted On Equalities Impact of Tube Job Cut Plan

A group of union reps are examining the impact of London Underground Ltd’s proposals for Fit for the Future – Stations on equality groups including women members, black and ethnic minority members, lesbian/gay/bi/trans members, disabled members, older members (55+) and younger members (under 30).

We would like to hear from members about any concerns and opinions you have about the way you think the proposals will impact on you and your workmates.

For example you could send us: