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Your Voice Your Vote - UNISON National Executive Council Elections 2019

15/04/2019


As your local Branch, we have been asked to nominate candidates to be put forward to UNISON's National Executive Council and I am listing those we have nominated below:

The Branch nominated Teresa Connally, Lee Morgan, Angela Greenhalgh, Louise Heywood and Danielle Dolan for the North West National Executive Council Regional Seats.
These activists were nominated because they are committed to:

• Putting UNISON North West members first
• Fighting cuts and austerity
• Fighting for fair pay and pensions
• Building a union that looks after you and your family
• Growing and retaining a member led union
• Uniting our union in one voice
• Fighting racism and hatred

These principles are what you, our membership tell us that you value most.
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The Branch has nominated Peter Crews, Maggie Griffin, Andrea Egan and Kati Conway for the UNISON Local Government Service Group Seats.
These activists were nominated because they are committed to:

• Putting UNISON Local Government members first
• Fighting Local Government cuts and austerity
• Fighting for fair pay and pensions
• Building a union that looks after you and your family
• Growing and retaining a member led union
• Uniting our union in one voice
• Fighting racism and hatred

These principles are what you, our membership tell us that you value most.


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The Branch has nominated John Gray and Denise Thomas for the UNISON Community Service Group seats.
These activists were nominated because they are committed to:

• Putting UNISON Community sector members first
• Fighting cuts within their sector
• Fighting for fair pay and pensions
• Representing members when they need help and support
• Building a union that looks after you and your family

These principles are what you, our membership tells us that you value most.

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The Branch has nominated Angela Hamilton and Paula Carlyle  in the UNISON National Executive Council elections to represent Disabled Members.
We did so because they are committed to:

• Putting UNISON members first ensuring the rights of disabled members everywhere
• Representing members when they need help and support
• Winning better pay and decent pensions for all
• Fighting cuts and austerity
• Building a union that looks after you and your family

These are the values and priorities of the majority of UNISON members and that your Branch hold and support.

Make sure your voice is heard.  Make sure your Branch is supported.
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The Branch has nominated Manjula Kumari, Sandra Okwara, Ash Dhobi and Abiola Odunlami in the UNISON National Executive Council elections to represent Black members.
We did so because they are committed to:

• Putting UNISON members first
• Fighting racism and hatred
• Representing members when they need help and support
• Winning better pay and decent pensions for all
• Fighting cuts and austerity
• Building a union that looks after you and your family

These are the values and priorities of the majority of UNISON members and that your Branch hold and support.
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The Branch has nominated Kendal Bromley-Bewes and Ella Smith-Gibbs in the UNISON NEC elections to represent Young members.
We did so because they are committed to:

• Putting UNISON members first
• Ensuring young members issues and voices are respected
• Representing members when they need help and support
• Winning better pay and decent pensions for all
• Fighting cuts and austerity
• Building a union that looks after you and your family

These are the values and priorities of the majority of UNISON members and that your Branch hold and support.

 
The NEC is a diverse group of ordinary members, like you, working in all areas of public services, who make decisions about how our union is run.


 
Which campaigns should we throw our collective weight behind?  How should your hard-earned subscriptions be prioritised?  And what are the big changes in society we want to see?  All this depends on who you choose to represent you.  You're in charge!
 
A ballot paper will be sent to your home, together with information on the candidates.  Please read what they have to say and decide whow ill be your voice on UNISON's NEC.
 
The ballot opens on the 15th April and closes on the 17th May 2019.
 
If  you haven't received your ballot paper by the 29th April, please call 0800 0857 857.
 

Contacts/Links

Website: unison.org.uk/nec2019

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