Branch Secretary :

November Branch - Special Guest Speaker!



The leadership of the housing sector is not as inclusive as it should be, and doesn't reflect the diversity of those who work at more junior levels, or those who use our services.

Trade unions have historically led challenges to the barriers of racism and sexism, and along this theme, we are delighted to welcome Sharon Harding as our special guest speaker this month.


Sharon became a worker and black female activist in the challenging environment of the construction sector. We will hear her inspiring story and discuss how we can fight for true inclusivity and diversity across the housing sector.


Join us for the discussion at our November Branch meeting:

  • 6pm - 8pm

  • Tuesday 13th November 

  • Unite HQ

  • 128 Theobalds Road WC1X 8TN (map)

  • Download the Agenda here.


"Inclusive futures camapaign highlights lack of diversity" See our response to Inside Housing's campaign here


"The double - glazed glss ceiling"  It’s not just about being equal, educated, or engaging... See here



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