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TUC Black Workers Conference

The TUC Black Workers Conference was held at Congress House, London on 17-19 April 2015.

The TUC Black Workers Conference was held at Congress House, London on 17-19 April 2015.

This is a major annual event attended by delegations sent by trade unions that are affiliated to the TUC.

MU delegate Nixon Rosembert spoke at the conference that carried a theme of ‘fighting for decent jobs, decent hours and decent pay’.

TUC General Secretary, Frances O’Grady, opened with a key note speech on the politics of hate. Other issues raised included the rise of UKIP and cuts to mental health services, while the union for senior managers in the public service, the FDA, called for action against race inequality.

More information at tuc.org.uk


Published: 21/05/2015
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