Thursday, December 9, 2010
The session will include an introduction by Wilf Sullivan: TUC Race Equality Officer, plus the opportunity for individual employment advice from local trade unionists and professional employment lawyers.
- There will also be advice for job seekers including interview skills and practice. Finally, there will be advice on benefits for working families.
All of this is free to those who live or work in Hackney
Please help make this event a success by forwarding on this message to individuals, groups and organisations who may be interested in supporting the event, or who may benefit from the advice available.
For more information on the workers advice project visit: http://www.hackneyunites.org.uk/search/label/WorkersAdvice
Hackney Community Census
You can also help us by taking part in the Hackney Community Census. This is an independent on-line census, undertaken by Hackney Unites seeking the views of Hackney people. We want to know what you think about the challenges facing our communities and what we can do together that will help protect our communities. The census takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.
We are aiming to translate the census into community languages. If you could help with this, please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hackney Unites is a coalition for social justice, please cascade this email on and help us build a network for social justice across our communities.