Disabled Members

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The Scottish Disabled Members Committee (SDMC) is a self organised group consisting entirely of disabled members who campaign on behalf of our disabled members to ensure that disability issues are given a voice within UNISON …read more. See also the UNISON UK Disabled Members site here.

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Disabled Members’ Newsletter Spring 2021

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The UNISON Scotland Disabled Members' spring newsletter 2021 is now available to read online. You can also find out more ...
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UNISON Week 300 – £500 ‘Bonus’ payment, disability history month and more …

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UNISON Week 300 - £500 'Bonus' payment, disability history month and more ... Read our full newsletter here ...
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Disability history month event

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International Day of People with Disabilities To mark Disability History month, UNISON Scotland Convenor Lilian Macer will join other speakers ...
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UNISON Scotland disabled members – constitution 2019

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The constitution of the UNISON Scotland Disabled Members' self-organised group 2019. You can read the full publication here or by ...
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UNISON Week 268 – Being Reasonable, Voting, Further Education & more

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UNISON Week 268 - Being Reasonable, Voting, Further Education & more ...... Read full newsletter here ...
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UNISON disabled members launch Be Reasonable campaign

UNISON disabled members launch Be Reasonable campaign
UNISON Scotland’s Disabled Members’ Committee has launched its new campaign which aims to challenge attitudes to disabled people in the ...
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