The University of Manchester has failed to meet voter turnout numbers to strike over key issues about work and pay conditions and pension cuts.
What do UOM staff think about working conditions at the university?
The UoM UCU strikes will be starting today over pay and working conditions following strikes that took place last term
BREAKING NEWS: Students from the activist group ‘UCU Solidarity’ have occupied the Samuel Alexander building at the University of Manchester
University lecturers will strike in early December over pay, workload, casualisation and inequality
The UCU has decided to take to the ballot over a number of nationwide cuts, meaning possible nationwide disruption to university life.
#FourFightsFourNights – People and Planet UoM occupied a University building for a second night to support UCU strikes
The University of Manchester and the Students’ Union have previously said that they are committed to ensuring student’s academic progression
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell defended the University’s decision not to fully divest from fossil fuels in a meeting with students
Whilst students by in large support the strikes, have they not also been affected?
As the UCU strikes disrupt classes, it’s worth remembering where the real issue lies (hint: it’s not the lecturers)
On the picket line: lecturers on why they are striking
Everything you need to know ahead of the UCU strikes this week
What has happened at the UCU ballots and what does it mean for strikes at UOM
The students used each night to highlight one of the ‘four fights’
The students are protesting University response to the current UCU strikes
University and College Union have announced that 14 days of further industrial action will begin this month