Calling all campuses! Assembly against casualisation at Warwick!

The battle against TeachHigher has been won, but the struggle against casualisation is just getting started. On 19 June 2015 join casualised workers from across the UK at Warwick University to build on our victory against TeachHigher, moving towards a national strategy against the casualisation of labour in higher education.


12:00 – 1:30 Lessons Learned from TeachHigher: The Shape of Casualisation in Higher Education (with Warwick UCU)

1:30 – 2:00 Coffee/Refreshments

2:00 – 3:30 What would a National Strategy Against Casualisation Look like? (with Warwick Hourly-Paid Tutor Group)

3:30 – 4:00 Photoshoot

How to Get here
The nearest railway stations to Warwick University campus are Coventry and Leamington Spa. Do not go to Warwick train station (it is far away, and has no public transport links.) From Coventry station catch the number 11 or 12 bus, from Leamington Spa catch the U1. 19th June is a Warwick University open day, so transport may be congested – leave lots of time to get here. There may be free shuttle buses running from Coventry railway station to campus.
For more information:


This event is supported by Warwick Hourly Paid Tutor Group, Warwick UCU, UCU Anti-Casualisation Campaign, and Fighting Against Casualisation in Education (FACE).
Management are insisting people register in advance if possible and to bring photo ID on the day, and we have agreed to compromise on tis issue. UCU regional office has created the registration page (asking for names, email addresses and institution). Rest assured, all information will be confidential and no names of attendees will be passed to management – we have the union branch’s confirmation of this. Register at:

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