UCU Pay and Equality campaign poster with the messages 'fight for fair pay' and 'vote now, vote yes'

Pay and Equality Ballot public meeting – all welcome!

Please come along to our public meeting at 1pm on Thursday 27 September to find out more about the current UCU Pay and Equality Ballot and what we’re doing to win fair pay and conditions for all at the University of Birmingham.

We’ll be joined by a special guest speaker, Nita Sanghera, incoming vice president of UCU.

This meeting is open to all members of staff so please do come along whether you’re a member of UCU or not.

Meeting details

Pay and Equality Ballot public meeting – all welcome!
1-2pm, Thursday 27 September
Arts Building, LR1
University of Birmingham

Let us know you’re coming

If you’re on Facebook, please RSVP via our Facebook event page:

Pay and Equality Ballot public meeting – all welcome!

You can also add the event to your calendar by clicking on the link below:

Background on the Pay and Equality Ballot

You can also find out more by following the link below:

Pay and equality ballot now open!

Not received your ballot yet?

If you’re a member of UCU, you should by now have received your ballot paper for the Pay and Equality Ballot. If you haven’t received it yet, please contact our branch administrator, Russ Whitfield, on admin@birminghamucu.org

If you think you may have lost your ballot your ballot paper, please follow the link below and UCU will arrange for a replacement ballot to be sent to your registered address.:

To ensure we reach the 50% threshold please vote and post your ballots back as soon as possible.

Join UCU today and help win fair pay and equality for all

If you’re not yet a member of UCU, there’s still time to join and vote for fair pay and conditions at the University of Birmingham.  can join today. You can join online within a matter of minutes by following the link below:

Join UCU

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