Tower Hamlets & the City NEU is building a bank of resources on equality issues including on disability and inclusion. We are collecting recommendations for links and resources to enable our members to incorporate teaching and awareness of disability issues into our work and lives.
We are currently also building up examples of good equality resources for anti-racism, antisexism, decolonising the curriculum and LGBT+.
If you have a resource or a link that you would like us to share from this website, please email it to email@example.com
Check out our curriculum resource page for disability and inclusion here
The NEU is committed to challenging discrimination against disabled people and to campaigning for disability rights for its members and students. We work to influence policies at school, local and national levels relating to both working conditions and rights for our members and for the young people we work with. We work with other unions and organisations who share our aims.
TH&C district is keen to increase the involvement and activity of disabled members in the work of the Union. If you would like to be more involved or require some advice or information, please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact the NEU Advice Line 0345 811 8111 or further contact details can be found here
TH&C District Equalities Officer: Vacancy
NEU National Executive Member for Disability: Colleen Johnson
More Information and resources on disability issues
London Disabled Members Organising Forum Representatives:: Mandy Hudson, Kim Knappett, Pamela Daly, Richard Rieser, Jo Howcroft-Scott
Read the latest London Disabled Members’ Newsletter
This conference is held annually for NUT members identifying as disabled. The Conference plays an integral role in ensuring that the Union’s work is in the interest of its disabled members and in developing education policy addressing disability issues. The Conference is empowered to submit a motion for NUT Annual conference.
If you are interested in attending this conference, please email email@example.com
National Executive Representative for Disabled Members: Colleen Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Trade unions have played a big part in the progress made in improving the lives of Britain’s eleven million disabled people, particularly in the area of employment, until that progress was halted by the policies of the Coalition government that took office in 2010. Trade unions have since played an important part in resisting the impact of those policies.