You are cordially invited to the upcoming seminar on The government’s new anti-strike legislation between 14:00-16:00, Wednesday 22nd November in HH102 Hamilton House.The Government’s New Anti-Strike Legislation The Government’s New Anti-Strike Legislat

Please find the details below and on this Eventbrite link. We would be delighted if you could join us for a timely discussion about the legal changes and the reasons behind the anti-strike legislation as well as trade union responses to the new law. Coffee and refreshments will be provided.

CREW Seminar: The government’s new anti-strike legislation

Date and time: 14:00-16:00, Wednesday 22nd November 2023

Location: HH102 Hamilton House, University of Greenwich
The minimum service levels law explained.  The theory behind it and the trade union response.
Dr Ioannis Katsaroumpas, University of Sussex
Dr Ioannis Katasroumpas is a Lecturer in Employment Law in the Department of Law at the University of Sussex. His most recent research focuses on UK and Greek collective labour law and international labour law. Dr Katsaroumpas has been the author (or co-author) of reports of the European Parliament, the International Labour Organisation and the European Trade Union Institute. He is an executive committee member of the Hellenic Observatory of Institutions, Culture and Development of the University of Athens and coordinator of the Committee of Labour and Social Rights. Dr Katsaroumpas holds an LL.B (First Class) from the University of Athens, M.Jur, M. Phil in Law (Distinction) and D. Phil in law from the University of Oxford. His article on the Act can be found here
Hannah Reed, Unite the union
Hannah Reed is the Co-ordinator of Constitutional Affairs at Unite the Union. She was formerly a Senior Employment Rights Officer in the TUC’s Economic and Social Affairs Department. She was responsible for trade union and employment law, including collective and individual employment rights.  Hannah used to represent the TUC on the Employment Tribunal User Group and previously was a Member of the Gangmasters Licensing Authority Board.  She is also an Executive Committee Member of the Industrial Law Society.
Getting to and from Greenwich Campus
The venue is about ten minutes on foot from the Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich DLR Station and 14 minutes on a bus or 16 minutes on foot from Greenwich Train Station. We intend to also set up an online meeting link in case anyone registered for this event wishes to join us remotely.
By train
You can access London Underground services via Greenwich DLR Station and Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich DLR Station. You can access National Rail services via Greenwich Station and Maze Hill Station.
By boat
The Thames Clipper will take you from Greenwich to Westminster in 35 minutes.
By car
There is a public car park just outside the campus in Park Row.