Please see details below of the latest LNWN public meeting whichwe are co-organising with SERTUC Women’s Rights Committee as part of the TUC Fair Pay Fortnight on Monday 31st March. Please see details in e-flyer below & PDF attachment.
We would be grateful if you could alert your members, friends, contacts to this event and encourage them to attend. The event is open to all, although we would appreciate RSVPs for catering.
TUC events: http://fairpayfortnight.org/
We hope to see you there.
Very best wishes
Fighting for Fair Pay for Women
Monday 31st March; meeting will start at 7pm
Organised by London NUT Women’s Network and SERTUC Women’s Rights Committee
At National Union of Teachers, Mander Hall, Hamilton House, Mabledon Place WC1H 9BD
Christine Blower, General Secretary, NUT
Megan Dobney, Regional Secretary, SERTUC
Catherine West, (ex-Leader, Islington Council)
Refreshments will be available from 6.30pm – there is no charge for attending this event
Nearly 40 years after the Equal Pay Act, women still earn far less than men. The gender pay gap rose last year to 19 per cent in the private sector and 15 per cent in the public sector. Women working part-time earn 35 per cent less than their male equivalents. This failure to pay fairly has resulted in more and more women becoming trapped in low-paid jobs results and left many struggling to support their families. Fighting for fair and equal pay for women has never been more important. Come and help us campaign for equality and fair pay for all.
Places are limited so please RSVP and be prompt: London@nut.org.uk
Twitter: @LNWN_NUT #fairpayfortnight
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