The TUC and its affiliated trade unions run and support a range of campaign against race discrimination and institutional racism in the workplace and in society.
Here you can find latest information and news on campaigns run and supported by the TUC.
The most recent documents available on this subject are:Women in Wales most vulnerable to public sector job cuts
The Wales TUC is concerned that women's unemployment is set to rise as the UK Government's public sector job cuts begin to bite.
TUC Deputy General Secretary Frances O' Grady told a TUC conference today (Monday) that ten years after the publication of the Macpherson Report into the death of Stephen Lawrence, the UK has reached a defining moment in the battle against racism.
The TUC has called for Londoners to support the formation of a symbolic 'Ring of Democracy' around City Hall. The event will be held at lunchtime, 28 April, and will express the participant's belief that it is vital to keep the far-right out of Londo...
Long lost film footage, featuring people and events that are central to our understanding of black history, has been recovered by the BBC and will be screened in London at the TUC's headquarters next week, (Thursday 22 November). The salvaged film...
Opening the annual TUC black workers conference in Bristol later today (Friday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber will call on the Government to introduce an annual day to remember the victims of the UK slave trade.
Commenting on today's Court of Appeal ruling that SERCO could dismiss BNP councillor Arthur Redfearn as a driver because of the health and safety threat posed to the vulnerable adults and children he was employed to transport, TUC General Secretary B...
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