Labour MPs show their solidarity with UCU and CWU taking action to protect their lives and livelihoods in the midst of the cost of living crisis.
"70,000 university staff have turned out like never before, defying bullying tactics from management to show they will no longer accept falling pay, pension cuts, brutal workloads and gig-economy working conditions."
As university staff in the UK begin the biggest strike action in the sector's history, Caitlin Adam looks at the reasons why educators are striking and the effects of marketisation on Higher Education.
"Thousands of students will support university workers throughout the duration of the industrial action, taking part in teach-ins, joining staff on picket lines, and working to organise strike fundraisers."
"Millions of people need a pay rise... Just as the government is not neutral over the strikes, neither should Labour be" - Simon Fletcher writes on Labour movement strategy during the crisis.
In the wake of Boris Johnson's resignation announcement, activists from around the country joined a panel of trade unionists, parliamentarians and more to demand a New Deal for workers.
UCU confirm that 41 universities will be hit by a marking and assessment boycott in the coming months, as the fight for better conditions intensifies.
An international group of experts have this month called on the UK government to address issues of job insecurity in UK universities. The call was in response to evidence from the UCU about the impact of casualisation on academic freedom.
Up to ten days of strike action began today at universities across the UK over devastating cuts to pensions and deteriorating pay & working conditions.