Over 600 people celebrate the life of Fidel Castro in London

More than 600 people attended the CSC organised memorial for Fidel Castro on 5 December. The event was moved to a larger venue to accommodate the hundreds of people who wanted to attend to pay their respects and hear moving tributes from speakers including ambassadors, writers, journalists, MPs and musicians.
Messages from the book of condolence, which now has almost 8,000 messages from more than 20 countries, were read out. If you have not done already you can read the messages and sign the book here:
Book of condolence

Picture of Farewell to Castro at Cuban EmbassyRead a full report of the evening

See photos from the evening

Read Richard Burgon MP’s speech

Sign the book of condolence

NTA Elections 2016: Results

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Election results


The results of the 2016 elections for NTA Officer positions and NTA Delegates have been announced.
A summary of results can be downloaded here:

NTA Election Results 2016


The Electoral Reform Services report can be downloaded here:
ERS Report

Those interested in making comparisons with previous years can find an archive of NTA election results here:
NTA Election Results Archive

The archive covers 1998 to 2016.

Is your brain pink or blue?

Challenging stereotyping in STEM
18h00 -20h30
Thursday 19th January 2017
Hamilton House

A panel of speakers will lead a discussion on what we know about the brain and the way it interacts with sex, gender and neurodiversity.

The event is open to all but of particular interest to those working in education and the STEM professions. Sixth form students would also be very welcome.

Book your tickets here.

Booking is essential.

Poster 1: Is your brain pink or blue?

Poster 2: Is your brain pink or blue?(From email received from Sara Tomlinson & Kiri Tunks
on behalf of the London NUT Women’s Network)