Following a letter in The Guardian from hundreds of academics at Goldsmiths College, University of London a demonstration was called to show support and solidarity for the cleaning staff who stand to lose pay and conditions. In the letter, it says:
“Cleaning staff “are not the dirt they clean” as the LSE cleaners campaign put it, and they deserve respect and employment parity. If neither of these are delivered, we are fully prepared to stand with our colleagues in their campaign for justice and to drive such toxic companies out of our universities.”
Councillor Alan Hall is proud to show support and solidarity to the Goldsmiths cleaners and call for ‘justice for cleaners’ see the video below.
Alan Hall is Chair, Unite the Union Community, Greenwich, Lewisham and Bexley
— Unite Community GLAB (@UniteCommGLAB) August 6, 2018