Discounted tickets to BookMachine/Unite event – United, We Publish II: ‘Your Pay – Your Say?’


The SYP have 10 discounted tickets to give away to upcoming event United, We Publish II: Your pay  - your say?, a discussion about pay and conditions for workers in the publishing industry, organised by BookMachine and trade union UNITE. It will be an evening of workshops with food and drink included in the ticket price.

The keynote speaker will be Owen Jones, columnist at The Guardian and author of Chavs: The  Demonisation of the Working Class and The Establishment – And How They Get Away With It.


Picture: Owen Jones

Other speakers on the night will also include:

  • Tania Hummel, an executive coach and HR professional,
  • Simon Dubbins, Director of International and Research for UNITE
  • Michelle Stanistreet, the first woman general secretary in the National Union of Journalists (NUJ)'s history

SYP UK Chair 2016, Zara Markland, said of the BookMachine/Unite 'United, We Publish' events:

“The previous event in 2015 provided an introduction and an insight into the valuable role trade unions play in publishing and journalism. Everyone at the event I talked to said they really enjoyed learning how the trade union was relevant to their role and that they came away with lots of information and knowledge about their rights in the workplace. I certainly felt personally more empowered, more aware and completely enthused to help improve working conditions within the industry. This event I'm sure will be just as insightful, especially with Owen Jones on board with his first hand knowledge and insight. I can't wait! ”

When? 14 July 2016, 6.30pm
Where? St. Bride's Foundation, London
How much? £15 on the doors, £8 early bird (until 24 June), £5 BookMachine/Unite members/SYP discount (until 14 July)

You have until 14 July to be one of the 10 lucky SYP members to collect your £5 ticket  using the promo code 'SYPFOLKS' 

**Click here to buy your ticket and for more info.**




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