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Refugee Week 2018 –

Which Simple Act is your school doing?


The NEU is pleased to be the first education union to partner Refugee Week as it marks its 20th year.


To celebrate, the NEU and Refugee Week are inviting you to do one (or more) of 20 Simple Acts – one for each year since the initiative began.


Refugee Week runs from 18th-24th June and the Union has a wealth of resources on the website to help you make schools welcoming places for refugees and to make sure young people are informed and supportive.

June General Meeting.pdf

International Solidarity

The International Solidarity Network has a meeting with speakers including NUT Past President Louise Regan from City of Nottingham, Houda Benhamouda from Nottinghamshire and Nicola Scope from City of Derby talking about the following campaigns:

• Palestine

• Care 4 Calais

• Remembering Srebenica

Join us for a free meal and have an opportunity to learn about current work in the region and begin to think of ways we can work together on future campaigns.

Friday 22nd June 6pm-

Mogal E Azam,

7-9 Goldsmith Street, NG1 5JS

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The ballot for the election of our Treasurer and Membership and Equalities posts are from 20th June to 11th of July.

Below are the candidates nominated by members at our general meeting. This is an important time in our new unions history. These candidates have the campaigning experience to continue to stand up for education.

Please make sure you use your vote.












Kevin Courtney Supports


Stand Up To Racism’s

Letter to The Guardian


• Bringing together over 50 parliamentarians, trade unionists, faith leaders & campaigners

• Warning of an emboldened far right

• Supporting protests against Trump & Tommy Robinson’s supporters on July 13/14



Read the Letter to the Guardian here


Download the petition here



13 July: Together Against Trump National Demonstration

14 July: Unity Protest against Tommy Robinson’s far-right supporters