Campaign and events leaflets

Leaflets promoting our campaigning activities and events

Miscarriages of Justice Organisation (MOJO) speaker to attend Finsbury Park branch on January 14th

Finsbury Park branch will be inviting speakers from a range of progressive organisations and campaigns to speak to members every month forthwith as part of an effort to educate and inform members about wider political issues. The first speaker will be Paddy Hill from the Miscarriages of Justice Organisation who spent 16 years behind bars for a crime which the police and government knew he had no part in. Paddy will be speaking at the Twelve Pins public house at 6pm after the regular branch meeting.

Meeting for all London Underground staff: Be Part of RMT's Fight for Secure Jobs and Decent Pay!

Venue: Indian YMCA, Fitzroy Square, nearest station: Warren Street - map here.

  • hear the industrial action ballot result
  • plan for effective action
  • hear details of London Underground’s assault on jobs
  • ask questions
  • join the discussion

Show your support for RMT’s fight for jobs, pay and justice!

Click '1 attachment' / file name to download a notice advertising this meeting. Please distribute this widely at work.

Film show: Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska

RMT presents Private Screening @ Bernie Grant Arts Centre Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham Green N15 4RX (Nearest Tube: Seven Sisters)


Email: Tel: 07538 650 286 (PLEASE leave your name + contact details)

A film inspired by the record shops and their unfair demise, whilst championing those like Daddy Vego, Duke Vin, Count Suckle, sound systems and other sources never ever forgotten.

This film has been designed to inspire. Educate. Note history!

Conference on Reparations

A conference to discuss the issue of slavery, and of reparations to those countries exploited by the slave traders.

Venue: Board Room, Unity House (RMT head office), 39 Chalton Street, London NW1

Invitation and details in attached document.


1200 – 1600hrs AFRIKAN Drummers OPENING CONFERENCE

12:05 Introduction & Welcome by Black & Ethnic Member’s Chair

12:20 Setting the Agenda Judy Richard (UNISON) Delegate to Geneva

12:40 History of Toussaint L’Ouverture and Haiti Brother Omowale Afrikan Teacher

Meeting: Jobs, Pay and Justice!

Venue: Friends House, Euston Road

  • hear the industrial action ballot result
  • plan for effective industrial action
  • hear reports from your union’s negotiators
  • ask questions
  • join the discussion
    Show your support for RMT’s fight for jobs, pay and justice!


  • Oliver New, RMT National Executive
  • Janine Booth, RMT Regional Council Secretary
  • Steve Hedley, RMT Regional Organiser
  • Andy Littlechild, Chair, RMT LU Engineering branch
  • Plus a guest speaker opposing Post Office privatisation
    Chair: Vaughan Thomas, RMT Regional Council President

    Click '1 attachment'/file name to download a leaflet advertising the meeting. Please distribute widely.

  • RMT Young Members Present a Nicaragua Benefit Gig

    RMT Young Members Present a Nicaragua Benefit Gig @ Brixton Jamm - Saturday 13th June 2009

    Including Guest Speaker Karina Gomez, Young Nicaraguan Trade Unionist

    Live Acts - Oggie, Red Venom and Melody Boytoy

    On the Decks Dirty Needlez DJs from Skelly B and Locky Stylez with MC Flowz

    Proceeds will help support the Linking Young Trade Unionists Project and projects run for informal sector workers by the CTCP Confederacion de Trabajadores de Cuenta Propia- Informal Sector Union in Nicaragua.

    Support Mary's Campaign!

    Click '1 attachment' or file name below to download a leaflet/poster.

    ISS CLEANERS! Stand up for your RIGHTS. SUPPORT Mary’s Campaign

    Injured at work, refused annual leave, no sick pay, booked off duty without pay, sacked, reinstated, then sacked again

    RMT-organised Conference to discuss the crisis in working-class political representation

    Saturday January 10 2009, 11am - 3pm, Friends Meeting House, Euston Road, London NW1

    Speakers: Brian Caton POA General Secretary Bob Crow RMT General Secretary Professor Mary Davis John McDonnell MP Mark Serwotka PCS General Secretary Chair John Leach RMT President

    Open to all. Please register in advance at, or write to RMT, Unity House, 39 Chalton Street, London, NW1 1JD

    Download a leaflet by clicking on the file name below.

    Train Operator’s pay stopped after eye operation!

    Merry Christmas from Morden Management

    A Morden train operator has had his pay stopped because he has had an eye operation for a detached retina. If this condition had not been treated he would have lost the eyesight in his right eye.

    Management tried to force Bob to come back to work on alternative duties. Bob declined this offer, the operation was successful and he was recovering at the expected timescale.