|The TUC campaigns against discrimination at work and in wider society. Unions have always been at the forefront of the drive for equality at work, whether through the strugggle for equal pay, through tackling racism or working for equal access to learning and skills. This section will keep you up to date with the latest TUC equality information.
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The most recent documents available on this subject are:North East Equality Awards
The 2013 North East Awards presents the opportunity for a TUC affiliated trade union representative or trade union organisation to apply for 'The TUC unionlearn Award'. This award will be presented to the Union Representative or trade union organisat...
The Public Sector Equality Duty is a vital spark in getting public bodies to take equalities seriously - from stamping out sexism and racism, through to ensuring public services reach the most marginalised in society. But it's under threat. Please...
Commenting on the latest figures on the Funding for Lending scheme, published by the Bank of England today (Monday), TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady said:
Speaking later today (Wednesday) at the TUC's Disabled Workers' conference in London, TUC Assistant General Secretary Kay Carberry will warn that government welfare reforms and spending cuts are having a devastating impact on disabled people.
The collapse of the Rana Plaza textile factory in Bangladesh provided an horrific, unpleasant reminder of the significant differences in labour and other standards in areas of the world in desperate need for economic development. The 1990s and early...
As amendments to the Equal Marriage Bill are discussed in parliament today (Monday), the TUC has called on MPs not to exempt public officials from recognising equal marriage.
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