Congress 2001

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Includes; obituary, President's Address, vote of thanks, Report of the General Purpose Committee, equal rights, Address by Gurbux Singh, Address by Her Excellency Cheryl Carolus, racism, presentation of gold badge to Neville Lawrence, economic and industrial affairs, Health and Safety.
24 April 2002
Includes; Address by the Fraternal Delegate from AFL-CIO, partnership, manufacturing, address by the Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt MP, rights at work.
24 April 2002
Includes; learning and skills, TUC Learning Services, special award presentation for union learning reps, Address by Eva Knapp, promoting trade unionism and work with young people, Congress awards presentation by Rt Hon Ian McCartney MP, Young poets competition, environment and the arts.
24 April 2002
Includes; equal rights statement by the Prime Minister following terrorist atrocities in the USA, the regional dimension.
24 April 2002
Announcement by the president closing Congress early as a mark of respect to those who died following the terrorist outrages in the United States of America.
24 April 2002
Texts of the resolutions carried at Congress,plus motions remitted and lost
28 September 2001
The 133rd Congress closed on Wednesday morning as a mark of respect, following the atrocities in the United States of America.
12 September 2001
following the terrorist outrages in the United States of America.
11 September 2001
decisions on motions
11 September 2001
Only 49 per cent of the workforce look forward to going to work on an average day in the UK, according to the first report from the British Workplace Representation and Participation Survey – the most extensive poll of workers and their attitudes to their job, trade unions and their...
11 September 2001

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