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  • Bristol UCU Newsflash, 25th May 2022
    1) Annual General Meeting, Wednesday 8th June 2022, 13:00-14:00: Teams Link, Agenda & Papers To join the branch AGM on Wednesday, 8th June, click on the Teams link below: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NjhlNjZhZWQtOTU0MC00NzE1LTlkZmMtZTQxMTA1ZTNjMzVi%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22b2e47f30-cd7d-4a4e-a5da-b18cf1a4151b%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22808b1cd4-a148-40b5-9088-03701d876c24%22%7d Agenda: Minutes of the Previous Annual General Meeting (AGM), 9 June 2021 Treasurer’s Report and Statement of Income and Expenditure Election of Branch Officers and […]
  • Bristol UCU Newsflash, 18th May 2022
    1) Changes to Academic Progression Procedure, May 2022 Pathways 1, 2 and 3 colleagues (some of whom were on fixed-term contracts ending this academic year) may have received a letter or email entitled ‘Changes to the Academic Progression Procedure’.  We are keen to hear from any academic colleagues on these changes. Please email ucu-office@bristol.ac.uk with your comments.  […]
  • Bristol UCU Newsflash, 11th May 2022
    1) Pathway Two: Concerns and Solutions Pathway Two (PW2, research only) staff, employed grant from grant, short-term contract to short-term contract, are one of the most precariously employed groups in the University. This issue was to the fore on recent picket lines (‘Bristol University staff say insecure contracts put them at ‘risk of homelessness’, Bristol Live, […]

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Bristol UCU has approximately 1,800 members. We are an inclusive, open branch that represents our members’ interests with regard to workload, the casualisation of staff, equality issues, academic autonomy and much more.

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University and College Union (UCU)
University of Bristol Local Association
1d Priory Road
Clifton
Bristol
BS8 1TX

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ucu-office@bristol.ac.uk

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Bristol UCU campaigns to improve our members’ workplaces. We work on a range of Higher Education policy concerns: workload and stress; anti-casualisation; research conditions; fair pay in education; university governance and equality issues.

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