UCU Vice Presidential Candidate outlines why UCU at Glasgow Caledonian is growing

Innovative activity on issues such as International Women’s Day, Equality and Diversity, Student Support, Health and Wellbeing, as well as successful action against threatenened redundancies, on pensions and against cuts in real wages have helped make UCU at GCU the leading  branch in Scotland in terms of growth, according to Douglas Chalmers, President of the local UCU branch. Douglas is standing in the current election for Vice President of the UCU in Scotland, and Vince Mills, VP of the local UCU branch put some questions to Douglas regarding some of the main issues facing the union and Scottish education. This can be found below. Andy Samuels of Abertay University is also contesting the position of Vice President UCU Scotland

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