Meetings and events

Report: TUC Disabled Workers' Committee, 17 July 2019

by Janine Booth, RMT nominee on TUC Disabled Workers' Committee

 

Disabled Workers’ Conference decisions

We considered how to best carry out the decisions of the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference. We agreed that the most effective way to do this was by establishing working groups on various policy areas. Committee members volunteered to convene groups, and a circular will be sent out asking other Committee members to volunteer to join these groups.

Join us: Station and Revenue Grades commitee

RMT LONDON TRANSPORT REGION
STATION AND REVENUE GRADES COMMITTEE

All stations and revenue members welcome
Meet 1400
Thursday 18th July
Bread and Roses at The Chapel 308-312 Grays Inn Road Kings Cross London WC1X 8DP
Meet reps across the network
Discuss issues from your workplace

Find out what's going on across the region
See overleaf for more details or text/Whatsapp Marie Harrington (Chair).

Station and Revenue Grades meeting June 2019

A station worker assists a passenger

RMT LONDON TRANSPORT REGION
STATION AND REVENUE GRADES COMMITTEE

All stations and revenue members welcome
Meet 1400
Thursday 20th June
Bread and Roses at The Chapel 308-312 Grays Inn Road Kings Cross London WC1X 8DP
Meet reps across the network
Discuss issues from your workplace
Pay claim, Transformation, pom room sackings

Find out what's going on across the region
See overleaf for more details or text/Whatsapp Marie Harrington (Chair); details on the attached poster.

RMT to take fight over tube cuts and privatisation direct to City Hall

TUBE UNION RMT will be taking the fight over tube cuts and privatisation direct to the front door of London Mayor Sadiq Khan at City Hall in a protest next week.

The protest - at 10am outside City Hall on Thursday 20th June - will demand No Tory Cuts Under A Labour Mayor and will shine a spotlight on planned privatisation and job cuts being cooked up by tube bosses under the cloak of their "Transformation Programme".

RMT Women's Get Together June 2019

  • Please read and distribute the attached poster

The Blue Bar, 4th floor, Royal Festival Hall

 6th June

1230hrs onwards

Indoor picnic type event to meet other RMT women and chat about RMT business and anything else.  Drop in before or after work or stay for the afternoon. No formal agenda, no obligation to buy food or drinks, refreshments provided or bring your own if you wish.

This month, our theme for discussion will be:

RMT calls on members to mobilise against Trump

STOP TRUMP COALITION - CARNIVAL OF RESISTANCE - Demo 4th June 2019

Dear colleagues,

Donald Trump is visiting the UK from 3rd to 5th June - and RMT is calling on its members to mobilise for a national demonstration on Tuesday 4th June against his politics of racism, war and hate.

The Stop Trump Coalition is a network of grassroots campaigns, unions, NGOs and politicians which came together in February 2017. When Trump visited the UK last year, 250,000 people marched in London and another 150,000 joined protests around the UK.

Cancelled: Join the demo at City Hall against London Underground safety-critical cuts plan

Important demonstration at City Hall against London Underground safety-critical cuts to fleet preparation schedules  - 09:00 Thursday 16th May

Dear colleague,

As an RMT London Underground member, you'll most likely be aware that your colleagues in London Underground maintenance and engineering recently voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action in relation to proposed safety critical cuts.

Upcoming events for socialists

DO NOT MISS THESE SPECIAL EVENTS

Join RMT members, as well as friends and family, at these great social and commemorative events this year. With Banners Held High, Merthyr Rising, the RMT and Cuba Solidarity Campaign Garden Party, the Durham Miners' Gala, the Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival and the Burston Strike School Rally are all chances to celebrate RMT and other unions' history and recommit to preserving and extending our legacy: