The TUC has produced a range of education materials to raise awareness about international development within the British trade union movement. Covering a broad range of topics, these materials explain why international development is a trade union issue and why trade unionists are in an excellent position to do something about it:
The most recent documents available on this subject are:Prospect – Corporate Social Responsibility, Negotiator's Guide
The TUC and Prospect agree that employees and union representatives should be enagaged in developing and implementing CSR policies that benefit workers in the developing world. This handy Negotiator's Guide published by Prospect Union, enables union...
This new TUC Fact File contains a series of fact sheets and activities to help trade union tutors and activists inform others about the unfair labour practices in the global sporting goods industry and how to tackle them in the lead-up to London 2012
This brief covers the key achievements of the TUC's Strategic Framework Partnership Arrangement (SFPA) with the Department for International Development (DFID) during its second year (July 2007 to June 2008). It also touches on key plans for the fina...
Common lobbying positions have been adopted by the Global Call to Action Against Poverty, which the International Trade Union Confederation is a key part of. It should be read alongside the trade union submission to the G8 summit at www.tuac.org/en/p...PDF version available for download
Prospect has secured funding from the Department for International Development's Development Awareness Fund, to enable its members to introduce measures in their workplaces to help people in the developing world achieve fairness and justice.
The NUT is making great strides in setting up its "ICT Skills for Women Teachers Programme" with the Sierra Leone Teachers' Union in Sierra Leone. The pilot programme is funded under the TUC's International Development Learning Fund, itself funded by...
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