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Supporting HEARTUNIONS week

JANUARY 21, 2020

This is our chance to celebrate our successes and share the stories of Unite members, reps and activists and the amazing work that they do in workplaces and communities up and down the country.

We want your stories to inspire a new generation to join our great movement- the trade union movement.

Your union needs you to be a Unite champion. Get your branch, workplace and colleagues involved and start spreading the word.

1. Take part in the Big Workplace meeting 9 February.

This will take place across the country, with as many union branch meetings as possible taking place simultaneously at 12.30pm on Thursday 9 February. TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady and special guests will be talking about how we build a strong trade union movement. Get a laptop and get your branch ready to tune in. Watch the broadcast live from the hearts unions website:

2. Organise a #HeartUnite day of action. Why not organise an event in your workplace,a bake off challenge, put up some posters, leafleting session or a stall in your workplace? Talk to your colleagues, family and friends about why being part of Unite matters to you. Download the recruitment flyer and Share your plans with us 

3. Selfie challenge- pick a day, print off a heart Unite poster or this poster and take a selfie with your colleagues -send your selfies to Chantal Chegrinec  

4Share your stories - we want to share your stories far and wide. Use the form below to tell us how Unite and your union rep has helped you.

5. Spread the word online - Many people don't know about the vital work that trade unions do and how they can help  Get on Twitter and Facebook, share your stories, your selfies and share the memes, using hashtag #HeartUnions. Add the heart Unite twibbon to your profile picture here
6. Check out the TUC hearts union workplace to see what other unions are up to - and to order your supply of heart unions badges, caps. pens and more.


You can download and share these images:

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For more information please visit the Unite website here.


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