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The Scottish Disabled Members Committee (SDMC) is a self organised group consisting entirely of disabled members who campaign on behalf of our disabled members to ensure that disability issues are given a voice within UNISON …read more. See also the UNISON UK Disabled Members site here

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Disabled Members’ newsletter winter 2018

thumbnail of SDMG Newsletter Winter Edition 2018
About the Scottish Disabled Members’ Group and Committee What we did in 2018 STUC ‘Unions into Schools’ Programme “IN THE SPOTLIGHT” ...
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Mental health: Name and shame employers but also model good practice

John Nisbet
#stuc2018 The STUC pledged support today for trade union campaigns which champion mental health services for both adults and children ...
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STUC needs your views on hate crime law

Say No to hate Crime
The Scottish Government is currently consulting on hate crime legislation. Across the STUC's equality structures trade union members have raised ...
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UNISON vows to keep up the fight against privatisation of public services

Carol Ball
Local Government Conference condemned the outsourcing and privatisation of public services that has seen the four biggest outsourcing companies in ...
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UNISON calls for zero tolerance on bullying and harassment

Alison MacCorquodale
Delegates at Local Government Conference heard harrowing accounts of bullying at work from a range of members and activists and ...
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Act to end barriers to work for people with disabilities

Tony Slaven
#stuc2017 Congress backed urgent action to support disabled people into work, amidst serious concerns that less than 50% of people ...
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