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Time for Time Out

Daniel Hale is CAFOD’s Head of Campaigns. In November, CAFOD will be hosting retreats all around the country, giving supporters a chance to reflect on faith and taking action in light of the Year of Mercy. 548 more words


Welcome To Our Campaign

Noles2ThePolls is a student-run organizations on Florida State University’s campus. We have begun our six-week long campaign to get students educated and motivated to go out and place their vote during this election! 96 more words

Trump Loyalists Planned Voter Intimidation Using Fake ID Badges, Fake Exit Polling — Until HuffPost Asked Them About It

Honestly, the real voter fraud is voter suppression, so are these so called “voter protectors” going to pour salt on the wound? There can’t be behavior more insulting than trying to intimidate someone from voting for their candidate, especially when they often have to go to great lengths to exercise their right in certain states. 142 more words

Hazards 2016 Conference - Report of Delegate

The branch has once again sent a delegate to the Hazards Safety Conference held at Keele University 29-31 July 2016.

The theme of this year’s conference was “Building Resistance To Support Safety Reps” and included: 29 more words


Why accessible mental health care matters

In recent years, Portsmouth has seen a sharp increase in the number of residents with mental health issues. Cuts to vital public services affect people on low incomes far more than those with a healthy household bank balance. 326 more words

News And Views

Is the marking regime in your school unmanageable? It’s time to take control.

The chair of Independent Teacher Workload Review Group on Marking, Dawn Copping, writes in the forward to the Review Group report, Eliminating Unnecessary Workload around Marking… 844 more words


Zero tolerance for zero Hours contracts

Londonmet UCU – with Unison and the Students union – anti-casualisation Campaign

Zero tolerance for zero Hours contracts 

Universities employ 48% of teaching staff on insecure temporary contracts. 474 more words