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TUC's International Conference insists that 'trade unionism remains the hope of the world'
At SERTUC's ‘International Conference' on Saturday, (14 June), trade unionists from London, the South East, the East of England and beyond will meet with trade unionists and international speakers from across the world to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing working people and their families in the world today. The conference, to be held at Congress House, in central London, will start at 10am and is free to attend. Key note speakers include: Ana Lucia Pinzon, General Secretary, Colombian Public Sector Workers Union Frances O'Grady, Deputy General Secretary, TUC Nestor Lopez, Venezuelan Embassy John Monks, General Secretary, ETUC Fabio Ghelfi, CGIL Charles Abani, Oxfam Glyn Ford MEP Richard Howitt MEP and Victoria Britten, journalist and former associate editor of the Guardian
9 June 2008

Launch of guidelines for TUC International Development Learning Fund
The aim of the Fund is to build TUC affiliated trade union capacity to work on international development: to raise development awareness amongst their membership and/or to work in partnership with developing country trade unions, with the ultimate goal of reducing global poverty. Affiliates are invited read the guidelines and consider how they might engage with the Fund.
11 September 2006

Announcment of new International Development Learning Fund
The new three year DFID/TUC Strategic Framework Partnership Arrangement (SFPA) began last month. One objective within the partnership is to build TUC affiliated trade union capacity to work on international development: to raise development awareness amongst their membership and/or to work in partnership with developing country trade unions. To achieve this, the TUC is currently setting up an International Development Learning Fund.
31 August 2006

Report on TUC Delegation to India May 2006
A four person TUC delegation led by TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber visited Bangalore and Delhi in May 2006 meeting with Indian union leaders, governement ministers, business people and NGOs this report covers meetings held during the visit.
29 June 2006

TUC delegation to China October 2004
Report details high-level TUC delegation which visited Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong in October 2004.
PDF version available for download
29 April 2005

The TUC and this weekend's European Social Forum
Speaking at an event in Southwark Cathedral later today (Thursday) organised by Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London to mark the beginning of the European Social Forum, TUC Deputy General Secretary Frances O'Grady will say:
14 October 2004

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