Many people who start trying to address the multiple impacts of casualisation on learning and working in universities often feel overwhelmed by the long list of ways which things could be going better.
There’s a campaign running in Australian public health care to encourage people to pledge to change one thing, on a particular day (March 6). US adjunct organisations are also starting to focus on collaborative action on May Day this year.
We’re interested in these kinds of campaigns, and it gave us the thought that a small, specific framework might help us focus on detail. So we have a Change One Thing category for contributor posts, but also followers are welcome to comment here.
What is one practicable thing about the way casualisation is currently managed that could be changed, that would make improve your experience, those of your colleagues or your institutions, or would benefit your institution in a large way?
Please feel free to comment—and the most recent comments appear at the top, so if you’re cheering on someone else’s point, remember it’s “below”, not “above”.