Web accessibility: Change options
The 139th Trades Union Congress took place from the 10th - 13th September 2007 at the Brighton Centre.
Congress business has now finished but you can read the motions, decisions, and key speeches by following the links below...
The most recent documents available on this subject are:Congress Report 2007
full verbatim report of 2007 CongressPDF version available for download
The text of all the resolutions carried at Congress, together with the General Council statements adopted by Congress and results of the elections to the General Council and Congress General Purposes Committee. The full verbatim report of Congres...PDF version available for download
Dave Prentis, General Secretary of public services union Unison has today (Thursday) been elected as the next TUC President.
Address to Congress by Sithokozile Siwela, Secretary to the Women's Committee of the ZCTU
Speech to Congress by ETUC President Wanja Lundby Wedin, Wednesday 12th September
Defence of public services. POA
Back to About the TUC.
Regional: Home page | Contacts | Press releases | Events | Links | Email alerts | TUC Education | Learning Services| Britain's unions | In the regions | Members' services | Know your rights | Mainly for students | About this site
Subjects: About the TUC | Economic Issues | Equality Issues | Industrial Issues | International Issues | Social Issues | Union Issues | Workplace Issues
Themes: All Together for Public Services | All Together for Public Services - Events | Brendan Barber | Changing Times | Child Poverty | Decent Work | Fair Work | Frances O'Grady | It's About Time | May Day | New Unionism | NorthernMagazine | One-in-Five Campaign | Speak Up For Public Services | touchstone | TUC Aid | Working On The Edge
Other navigation: Newsroom | What's New | Site search | Advanced search | Home
TUC full graphics home page
TUC, Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS
Telephone 020 7636 4030, Email
Privacy statement, Copyright © Trades Union Congress 2013, unless otherwise stated