Profile is the magazine for all Prospect members. We produce four issues a year, and either send individual copies by post or an email link to a downloadable PDF version. (We produce an additional magazine for our reps, called Report.)
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You can download the most recent issues from the list below, or use the links on the left for back issues from previous years. If you're looking for a particular story you can download an alphabetical index of all the stories from a particular year to help you locate the relevant issue.
20 November 2013
Contents include: launch of Prospect Pledge campaign; Environment Agency job cuts; Portsmouth BAE job cuts; Longtown munitions victory (all p 4); domestic violence (p8); Prospect Pioneers calendar (p11); plant health - Prospect members protecting our trees (p21); storm force - the St Jude storm
27 September 2013
Contents include: Performance management: BT member wins his case (p6); Pay boost for Prison Service psychology staff (p8); Member profile: Professor Elliot Shubert’s cancer breakthrough discovery (p12); Rainforests and drugs: the human and environmental costs of the cocaine trade (p15); Women...making a difference at work (p16); Government’s mesothelioma proposals under fire (p26)
23 July 2013
Contents include: TV in the 21st century; Members in the community - scaling Everest and rowing the Channel; TUC disability conference; Public Sector Equality Duty; Prospect-Oxfam project to improve the lives of women in Nairobi’s slums; Members looking after the UK’s wartime heritage solve a mystery; Qinetiq - support your colleagues in their campaign for a voice at the table; News from across our industries; Blogs and tweets can give rise to defamation claims; Prospect accounts 2012; John Howard obituary