Fair Share for Care: What can we do to make sure Carers are fairly paid?

Social Care int he UK is in crisis. Care workers are eing paid a pittance, face exploitative zero hours contracts and and the funding of social care win local authorities is under unprecedented strain.

As part of the the TUC's fair pay fortnight, come and join the debate about the need for care workers to receive their fare share as well as the need to ensure that social care secures the funding and respect it needs.


Helen Black, UNISON Regional Secretary
Carol Starr, Unite Care Worker
Caroline Weimar, UNISON care worker
Lydia Rye, Nottingham Citizens

February 25, 2015 at 6pm - 7:30pm
Mechanics Institute
3 N Sherwood St
Nottingham NG1 4EZ
United Kingdom
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