Eileen Dinning

I’ve known Ann for a long time.

Her working and political life has been dedicated to improving the economic circumstances of women.

She’s fought for better pay and pensions, improved maternity provisions, a greater work/life balance and respect and dignity for women in the workplace.

She also understands that students couldn’t function without the staff who are essential to keeping universities working safely and securely.

She will be a voice for all.

Eileen Dinning, UNISON Scotland Equalities Officer

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