Trade Union Congress


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Trade Union Congress

A UK-based organisation which professes itself as the voice of the British working class. TUC campaigns for fairness, equality through diversity and for social justice at home and in Europe, by building links with political parties, business, local communities and society.
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As part of the initiative by International Trade Union Congress, GFBTU and INTUC will work to impart training on labour rights for workers from Kerala travelling to Gulf countries.
TODAY sees the start of the 141st Annual Trade Union Congress, in Liverpool as it happens.
Speaking at the Wales Trade Union Congress conference at Llandudno, the Rail Maritime and Transport general secretary said EU legislation could soon outlaw strike action across the European Union.
The initiative involves the Learning and Skills Council (LSC), Jobcentre Plus, the Trade Union Congress, Business Link and the Association of Learning Providers.
He pledged last year to have quit before this September's Trade Union Congress and observers have begun to expect an announcement around May 3.
The Antigua and Barbuda Trade Union Congress has protested against Caribbean Star Airlines' decision to dismiss 10 pilots.
The call was made at the Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) Hazard conference in Glasgow.
She has been a Health and Safety Commissioner and worked for the Trade Union Congress, representing the organisation at national and international level as a spokesperson on health and safety issues.
At this year's Trade Union Congress annual conference Mr Crow slammed Prime Minister Tony Blair for "lying about weapons of mass destruction".
Ferguson is President of the Trade Union Congress of the Bahamas.
Kanta Sood, from the Indian National Trade Union Congress, said the Indian group faces difficulties in organizing union members because of India's size and its enormous population, and because of the country's strong gender role consciousness.

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