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Nerys Owen

Nerys Owen

Nerys works as a legal researcher for the Labour Research Department. She has written guides for union reps on a variety of topics including redundancy law, contracts of employment, TUPE and discipline and grievance procedures. She also gets involved in research and writing projects for unions from time to time.

Jeremias Prassl

Jeremias Prassl
Jeremias Prassl

Jeremias Prassl

Jeremias Prassl is a Teaching Fellow at Oxford University specialising in corporate law and finance, employment law and European Union law.

Corporate Law and Finance, Employment Law, European Union Law

Prem Sikka

Prem Sikka
Prem Sikka

Prem Sikka

Prem Sikka is Professor of Accounting at the University of Essex

Preethi Sundaram

Preethi Sundaram
Preethi Sundaram

Preethi Sundaram

Preethi Sundaram is Policy and Campaigns Manager at the Fawcett Society. She is responsible for Fawcett's policy and campaigns work relating to women and power, including women's representation in politics and public life and women's workplace rights. Before joining Fawcett, Preethi was Senior Policy and Campaigns Officer at Skill (now Disability Rights UK) and worked in policy at the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty Against Children (NSPCC).

Narmada Thiranagama

Narmada Thiranagama
Narmada Thiranagama

Narmada Thiranagama

Narmada Thiranagama currently works for UNISON in its policy unit. Prior to this she used to lead on the union’s work on race equality. UNISON is the UK's largest public service trade union with 1.3 million members. UNISON’s members are people working in the public services, for private contractors providing public services and in the essential utilities. They include frontline staff and managers working full or part time in local authorities, the NHS, the police service, colleges and schools, the electricity, gas and water industries, transport and the voluntary sector. Prior to working for UNISON, Narmada used to be the TUC’s national policy officer for women.

Steve Tombs

Steve Tombs
Steve Tombs

Steve Tombs

Steve Tombs is Professor of Sociology at John Moore's University, Liverpool. He has previously written publications covering health and safety issues with David Whyte.

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