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Report: TfL Diversity and Inclusion Trade Union Engagement meeting, 30 July 2019

RMT representatives: Janine Booth, Jamie Parry

Unite had three representatives at the meeting, PCS one. The other unions - TSSA, ASLEF and Prospect - were not represented.


‘Safety Moment’

We raised the issue of sexual harassment, especially on Night Tube. Management responded that the Mayor’s office (Michele Dix and Amy Lame) had drawn up a charter for women’s safety at night. The unions expressed alarm that we had not been consulted about this. Management agreed to arrange for our involvement.

Jubilee South News June 2018

Jubilee South News is the newsletter from Jubilee South branch.  In this edition:

  • Jubilee strike action for 6th June suspended 
  • RMT To work more  closely with Labour 
  • Join us at the next branch meeting 
  • Station's H&S Update 
  • Stop managers abusing the Attendance Policy 
  •  RMT LGBT+ Conference 

Please download the newsletter and distribute it in your workplace, or share this article online.

Join RMT comrades at London LGBT Pride

This year we will be marching in London Pride, one of the world's largest LGBTI events. Not only are Pride marches a time of celebration for our LGBT community, but are an opportunity to promote the union and our campaigns. 

Pride marches are family friendly events and all members, whatever sexuality or gender/gender identity are welcome to join in. 

We encourage branches and regions to take their banners and support our LGBT members.

RMT union celebrating LGBT History Month

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) history month is an annual event that takes place every February. A range of events are organised around the world to celebrate the lives of activists and acknowledging their role in history, culture and society.

RMT LGBT officer Finsbury Park branch John Stack said that the events play an important role in raising awareness of the prejudice and discrimination that people still face and in helping to break down barriers to equality of opportunity.

Blog: Stonewall To Campaign On Trans Issues

Stonewall has announced today that it will begin campaigning on Trans issues. Stonewall is a charity which works to achieve equality and justice for lesbians, gay men and bisexual people. In 2013 the RMT LGBT conference passed a resolution on Stonewall which included the call that "Stonewall should stop perpetuating the exclusion of transgender people and campaign on trans issues in England and Wales, not just LGB issues."

You can read about Stonewall's decision to begin campaigning on trans issues here.

RMT at London Pride 2014 - Join Us


Our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Advisory Committee are taking part in the annual Pride march in London on Saturday 28 June. An invitation is extended to all RMT members, friends and family, whatever sexuality, to join them and show solidarity for LGBT rights across the world.

The plan is to meet at Unity House, Charlton Street between 10.45-11.15am to collect banners, whistles etc and/or go on to join in with the TUC section of the parade assembling at 12.30-1pm (nearest tube Baker Street). The march commences at 1pm.