Incorporating the Variety Artistes' Federation
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NW Branch Committee Nomination Forms 2015

30 September 2014

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Nomination forms for the 2015 committee.

NW London Branch Minutes - September 2014

26 September 2014

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PDF of the September branch minutes.

September Minutes

26 September 2014

Reports and documents - 16kb DOC

September 2014 minutes for the NW London Branch

Live Entertainment Works! poster

29 July 2014

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The Live Entertainment Works! campaign has now launched. The aim of the campaign is to approach local venues asking them to display the poster supporting live entertainment and get across the message that the change in licensing law means that it is now easier to put on acts in venues with a capacity of 500 or below. For further information contact Mike Day by phone on 020 7670 0235 or mday@equity.org.uk

Equity briefing: changes to National Insurance

24 February 2014

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Equity briefing: changes to National Insurance effective from 6th April 2014

Involvement of student members in branches

10 February 2014

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Involvement of student members in branches as agreed by the Equity Council, January 2014

Map of the NW London branch area

5 February 2014

Branches - 2559kb JPG

This is a map or our area

Theatres & venues in the NW London area

5 February 2014

Branches - 26kb DOC

A list which we shall keep updated ... If you spot any omissions please let us know!

Equity Deps Newsletter December 2013

20 December 2013

Newsletters - 1135kb PDF

Equity Deps Newsletter December 2013

Creating Without Conflict report

19 November 2013

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The worlds of the media, arts and entertainment are often seen as glamorous, but a survey of 4,000 workers has revealed these industries are "hotspots" of bullying, with more than half of those questioned (56%) saying they had been bullied, harassed or discriminated against at work.
People who contributed to a survey, commissioned by the Federation of Entertainment Unions, ranged from household names, top screenwriters and performers to those at the beginning of their careers.
The results showed shocking levels of ill-treatment and inappropriate behaviour and a culture of silence, with only a third of those suffering bullying and harassment reporting the incidents.

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