The agenda can be downloaded here (word document)
Our motions booklet #2 including emergency motions can be downloaded here (word document)
Our AGM report is below (you can download this as a PDF)
Here is the motions booklet for AGM 2022 [Word file]
If you disagree with any of these and want to propose alternatives then you need draft an alternative motion and submit it to GWHITING@LAMBETH.GOV.UK by Friday 18th February. We have a rolling AGM this year in three parts so we are not doing amendments, if you want to amend a motion then you must make the changes you want to one of these proposed motions and submit it by Friday 18th February
Motion passed at our January 2020 Branch Committee
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Please download by clicking on this link AGM Motions booklet
As we have a rolling conference over three days we cannot vote on amendments. However if you agree with most of a motion but want to change specific points then you can propose an alternative motion.
Contact Simon or Ruth to find out more details (SHANNAH@Lambeth.gov.uk and RCASHMAN@lambeth.gov.uk)
Support the Picturehouse Strikes!
Picturehouse workers are going to take strike action for over two weeks at the end of January. This is part of their campaign for the Living Wage, and also to get four colleagues re-instated who were sacked by Picturehouse for campaigning for the Living Wage. All four were trade union reps. Cineworld, who owns Picturehouse, made over £90 million profit last year, pays their Chief Executive £2.5 million a year and their directors over £1 million a year. Yet they continue to pay their workers poverty wages, and employ them with bad terms and conditions.
Picturehouse has responded to the strike by saying they will lock workers out of the Ritzy, even on days where there aren’t any strikes, to try and break the strike by denying them any wages at all. Previously they wrote to all the workers to say they would sack any workers taking strike action.
Lambeth UNISON has been a key organisation in supporting the Community Pickets outside the Ritzy cinema over the past nine months. This motion asks the AGM to support the workers in their two week strike and the strike fund that needs to raise £20,000 so workers on poverty wages can continue their strike.
The AGM resolves to:
We have three motions submitted for our AGM, one on amending national rules and two on political issues. Continue reading