Monday, 9 May 2011

“Standing up for trade union rights: past, present & future.”

Len McCluskey & Sally Hunt 'In Conversation'

In Conversation 

Len McCluskey, UNITE and Sally Hunt, General Secretary UCU

“Standing up for trade union rights: past, present & future.”

Thursday 26th May 2011, 6.30—8.30 pm

c=wc1b+3ls&mapp=map.srf&searchp=ids.srf> TUC Congress House Great Russell
St, London WC1B 3LS
Chaired by John Hendy QC

This second ‘In Conversation’ is a result of what we all hope will become an
annual collaboration between The Institute of Employment Rights, The Haldane
Society of Socialist Lawyers <>  and the
<> TUC

2011 is an important anniversary year for the trade union movement as it
marks 100 years since the 1911 Transport Workers strike
<;>  50
years since the Council of Europe
<;> ’s Social Charter and
10 years since the Friction Dynamics Strike

Set in this context, the topic of ‘Conversation’ for 2011 will be trade
union rights: where they are now, and where we want them to be in future.

Free Admission
£10 to legal practitioners requiring CPD points
To book email

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