Category Archives: Conferences
UNISON’s women’s conference meets in Bournemouth tomorrow, where a packed agenda awaits.
With the UK having just started its first full year under a Boris Johnson government, one of the dominant themes at conference will be continuing austerity – because, aside from the announcement of a rise in the national minimum wage to come in the spring, election campaign promises to end austerity have yet to be realised. Click here to read more.
The conference aim is to increase awareness of the impact of political policing on the trade unions and progressive movements since 1968. Click here to read more.
Delegates denounce the cynical attack on public service workers’ pensions and warn that other sectors are at risk. Click here to read more.
National delegate conference backs a range of approaches to tackle the shortage of affordable housing in a passionate debate. Click here to read more.
The Morning Star reports ““UNPRECEDENTED” levels of cuts have seen the number of local library volunteers skyrocket to over 51,000 since the Tories took power. Click here to read more.
Young members talk about their concerns, their hopes and their achievements at national delegate conference. Click here to read more.
With more than one million women members representing 80% of the union, conference hears how UNISON is at the forefront of the campaign to eradicate the gender pay gap. Click here to read more.
Free TUC conference Monday 26 June 9am https://www.tuc.org.uk/events/living-edge-rise-job-insecurity-britain
TUC conference Monday 26 June 9am. Ten years on from the Commission on Vulnerable Employment, the TUC is hosting a major conference to discuss how unions and other civil organisations can tackle insecure work. Click here to read more and reserve a place.