In this webinar the panel will discuss how the trade union movement is supporting disabled workers during the pandemic and its role in achieving an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World – which is the theme of UN International Day of Disabled People, observed globally on 3 December.
Chairing: Ann Galpin and Dave Allan, Disabled Workers Co-Chairs
Introduction: Paul Novak, TUC Deputy General Secretary
Julian Allam: TUC Disabled Workers Committee Black seat holder and Unite member who holds key positions within the West Midlands region and represents the West Midlands at a national level.
Amy Bishop: computational scientist and member of Prospect's Equal Opportunities Advisory Committee and the TUC's Disabled Worker's Committee
Dr Natasha Hirst: Freelance photojournalist and disabled member on the NEC of the National Union of Journalists
Kendal Bromley: Vice-chair of the TUC Young Workers Forum and ex Disabled seat holder, Unison NEC young seat holder and children’s nurse.
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