The TUC has always been internationalist, working with unions throughout the world for social justice. In particular the TUC has played a key role in advancing workers rights in Europe and making the case for social Europe. We are affiliated to the world trade union body, the ITUC and the European TUC - both of which maintain up to date links to unions throughout the world.
The most recent documents available on this subject are:Swapping austerity for attacks on rights at work is the new threat, says TUC
Speaking in Dublin later today (Wednesday) to trade union leaders from across Europe, TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady will warn that the European Commission is relaxing its austerity measures only to replace them with a series of attacks on wor...
IDM - Monthly newsletter reporting international development matters and issues affecting trade unionists around the world. Including reports, statements, interviews and events.PDF version available for download
The TUC has today (Friday) slammed the arrest of eight Mauritian and international trade union representatives for holding a peaceful demonstration outside the FIFA Congress in Mauritius.
Activities under Employment Support for People with Disabilities in Uganda Project are continuing.PDF version available for download
A statement from the Federation of European Retired Persons' Association (FERPA) about the European Citizens' Initiative which will be launched later this year with support from the TUC.PDF version available for download
Delegates attending the UEFA Congress in London today (Friday) will be lobbied by unions as part of the campaign to secure better treatment for migrant workers employed on the construction of stadiums for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and for foreign f...
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