The Greater London Co-ordinating Committee website

The Greater London Co-ordinating Committee (GLCoord) consists of the three union branches of the Communications and Digital (C&D) Sector in Prospect which serve members in the Greater London area. We represent members working in companies who do not have recognition agreements with Prospect as well as members actively seeking work even if not currently employed.  You can join Prospect on line via thier website. If you wish to find out more you can contact any Branch Principal Officer via thier email address.

Benefits of being Registered -- Across this whole website some articles are only available to registered users, if you are member of the union register if not apply to join and then register - you know it makes sense.

The TUC has launched a new Charter for International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Solidarity.

The central message of the Charter is that solidarity is at the core of trade union values, but that decisions regarding when, whether and how to act must be firmly in the hands of the LGBT communities in each country.


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This is a primary care mental health initiative launched a few years ago to provide first line support, via CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) for those suffering a range of disorders around the depression, anxiety, panic and phobias spectrum.

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At the 2013 TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference, Prospect’s motion drew attention to the importance of monitoring the UK’s compliance with the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, particularly highlighting the impact on disabled people of this Government’s cuts and austerity measures.

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