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SERTUC Race Relations Committee Walking Tour - Thursday 3 August 2017
SERTUC Race Relations Committee in association with Go London Tours Murals and Markets: Buzzy Brixton Walking Tour Thursday 3 August 2017 @ 5.30pm Once London's premier suburban shopping centre with a unique surviving set of arcaded markets and early picture palaces, Brixton was transformed in the mid-twentieth century by the vibrant Caribbean community. Join guide Rachel Kolsky to discover its changing fortunes and recent transformation...
03 August 2017
SERTUC Women's Right Committee Annual Walking Tour - Tuesday 22 August 2017
SERTUC Women's Rights Committee in association with Go London Tours   Battling Belles of Bow: In the Footsteps of Sylvia Pankhurst    Tuesday 22 August 2017        This summer, our annual walking tour celebrating women in London takes us to Bow where we will follow in the footsteps of Sylvia Pankhurst whose statue will be unveiled next year in Clerkenwell Green. Sylvia chose east London as the starting point for her...
22 August 2017
SERTUC Public Service Committee support: People vs PFI Exhibition – starts Monday 18 September 2017
People vs PFI Exhibition – starts Monday 18 September 2017 and closes Wednesday 27 September 2017 Opening times: Monday - Friday (09:00 to 19:00)  Marion Macalpine is a London-based photographer who combines art photography with community and political issues.  After a career in critical management research and teaching in the public and voluntary sectors, she is now using photography to raise and communicate critical concerns. These include the...
18 September 2017 to 27 September 2017
SERTUC Race Relations Committee: A Tribute to Jayaben Desai - Monday 2 October 2017
This event is hosted by the SERTUC Race Relations Committee in conjunction with GMB.   As one of the sacked women workers employed by Grunwick, a film-processing firm based in north London, Jayaben Desai fought for better pay, conditions and dignity for workers in 1976 and 1977, on behalf of 137 sacked and poorly paid Asian women. At first she and her fellow workers were not in a trade union, but after a visit to the Trades Union Congress, she and her work mates joined Apex, which...
02 October 2017

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