Open Doors forums

20 Jun

Open Doors forums

Have you attended an Open Doors Forum? Let us know what you thought by completing this survey.

Since its launch in April, over 22,000 people have joined our  Uniteyou mobile companion service and have been giving us their views on a range of industrial, political and social issues from a Scottish-specific perspective against the backdrop of the cuts agenda.   As part of this new interaction, many people have told us they would like to attend a Unite meeting to discuss what’s happening in their workplaces and communities across Scotland.  So we have acted on this and confirmed ‘open door’ forums for:

  • Dundee –  Thursday 16th June, 6:30-8pm, 110 Blackness Road, Dundee, DD1 5PB
  • Aberdeen – Saturday 18th June, 10:30-12 noon, 42-44 King Street, Aberdeen, AB92TJ
  • Edinburgh –  Saturday 18th June, 10:30-12noon,   Sanctuary Augustine United Church, 41-43 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EL
  • Glasgow –  Thursday 23rd June, 6:30-8pm & Saturday 25th June, 11am-12:30, John Smith House, 145 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 4RZ

These will be informal gatherings, open to members and non-union members alike and we have invited a range of local civic and social justice organisations to participate too.  We need to have a conversation with people across Scotland around work, politics and society and everything else in between.   So if you want to find our more about Unite, local-level campaigning against the cuts or are just curious, come along to one of our venues near you.  Let us know if you plan to do so by contacting us at:

Email: scotland@unitetheunion.org

Twitter: @unitescotland

And if you haven’t already done so;  join UniteYou to receive our free text service:   Text CUTS to 86888

 

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