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Be part of the digital campaign

Show your support for Parents and Carers

If you're on social media, there are lots of ways you can help spread the campaign message.

Pledge your support

Visit and share our #SPC2019 pledge page.

Complete our short survey

Usdaw wants to find out more about the impact that short or unpredictable hours of work are having on Usdaw
members, particularly parents and carers so that we can lobby Government for improvements to family-friendly
employment rights. Could you spare us a few minutes? Take the survey.

Show your support on Facebook

Download our #SPC2019 images:
  Or update your status to tell people why you’re taking part in the #SPC2019 campaign.

Show your support on Instagram

Download our sharable image #SPC2019.

Show your support on Twitter

Download our #SPC2019 images:
Use one of our Tweet suggestions:
  • Not enough hours in the day? Support the campaign and find out more #SPC2019 http://www.usdaw.org.uk/spc - tweet this
  • Sign #Usdaw's pledge to give ALL workers the right to family and carer-friendly rights at work #SPC2019 usd.aw/spcpledge - tweet this

or tweet:
  • about why you’re taking part in Parents and Carers Spotlight Day, using #SPC2019
  • a photo of you and a friend taking part in the #SPC2019 campaign and we’ll retweet the best ones.

Get involved on Instagram

Whether it's a photo, a selfie or a quick video – tell us why you’re taking part in #SPC2019 campaign. The best will be reposted on the @UsdawUnion Instagram account.

Write a blog

Share your experiences and tell us why you’re taking part in #SPC2019 by writing a blog. Share it via Tumblr, Wordpress, Blogger, or the #SPC2019 hashtag on Twitter.

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