Tuesday, 4 October 2016

UCU London Retired Members A Branch meeting, a Member's Book Event & London Underground ticket office closures

Branch Meeting

October 13th 2016 - 2pm - 4pm

Items on the agenda so far include
  • Sybil Cock will report on The Freedom Ride 2016, organised by The Freedom Theatre based in Jenin  Refugee Camp. This tour, brought performing Freedom Theatre actors to Palestinian communities, alongside a group of internationals sharing their talents.
  • The TUC, Airport Expansion and Climate Change
  • The UCU Retired Members Annual Meeting
  • Victimisation and redundancy at London Metropolitan University
Meetings take place in the union office in Carlow Street NW1 7LH, nearest tube Mornington Crescent. All retired academic staff are welcome (as well as those about to retire). If you have items for the agenda please let me know.s.cushion23@gmail.com

The Language Of Silence by Merilyn Moos

Free | 3pm on Saturday October 15th at Archway Library, Highgate Hill, N19 5PH
The novel 'The Language of Silence' provides a remarkable exploration of how the effects of exile continue to have a profound personal impact on following generations. Anna's parents opposed the Nazis and fled for their lives to the UK. Anna uncovers the fate of her German extended family as she tries to piece together her parents' unspoken hidden history, in part from the files of MI5. The library is right next to the tube’s upper exit but is so to speak in the underpass, down a ramp/stairs.

Review of London Underground ticket office closures

As the independent body representing passengers, London TravelWatch has been asked by the Mayor of London to carry out a review of ticket office closures on the London Underground. Follow the link to complete the survey on your experiences in London Underground stations This survey is open until Monday 24 October 2016.
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UCU London Retired Members A Branch meeting, a Member's Book Event & London Underground ticket office closures

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