Anti-casualisation

The Anti-Causualisation Campaign focuses on improving the working conditions of workers in the university who are on fixed term, fractional, and/or hourly paid contracts.  More broadly it seeks to combat the increasing drive of academia towards more reliance on casualised labour.

Anti-casualisation officers on Committee for the 2019-2020 academic year are post-doctoral research fellows Kevin McNicholl and Kathryn Nash.

Key news items

Anti-Casualisation: A Step Forward but More to Do

Stepping Up Our Anticasualisation Campaign

Joint Statement (UCU Edinburgh and University of Edinburgh)

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