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Campaign to empower teachers across the United Kingdom.
NASUWT campaign to empower teachers across the UK.
The NASUWT supported a motion at TUC Congress 2016 offering solidarity with the BMA and the junior doctors in their current dispute with the Government over new contracts.
Every NASUWT member is protected by our Action on Curriculum for Excellence.
NASUWT has added its name to a letter calling on the First Minister to expand a review of the use of PPP contracts to build schools in Scotland
A chance to take a study trip to visit the USA to explore the American education system is on offer to NASUWT members.
NASUWT position statement on refugee children and education. The statement sets out the actions that the NASUWT believes are needed in order to secure the rights of refugee children and young people.
The NASUWT has won the TUC Communication Award for Best Member/Best Recruitment Communication, for the 'Starting Out' pack.
The Department for Education (DfE) published on 6th July the Government’s response to the recommendations in the 26th Report of the School Teachers’ Review Body for England and Wales.
NASUWT members at the largest-ever annual Disabled Teachers Conference have been told their rights have to be respected.
NASUWT has confirmed its preference for the proposals published by the Claim Your College Coalition.
The NASUWT has launched a major national campaign to secure racial justice in schools and communities.
The NASUWT is supporting a new national campaign launched to 'Reclaim the Internet' and tackle online abuse.
The NASUWT is supporting the campaign from Refugee Action to Let Refugees Learn.
A round up of the main motions and speeches from NASUWT's 2016 Scotland Annual Conference
A round-up of the main motions and speeches from the NASUWT's 2016 Northern Ireland Annual Conference
Esmail Abdi has been released on bail after spending months behind bars.
The NASUWT has added its name to a May Day campaign calling on the Iranian government to release two Iranian teacher union leaders.
The NASUWT is supporting the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
The NASUWT has created easy-to-use online checklists for members to test whether their school policies are fit for purpose and are supporting teachers to focus on teaching and learning.
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