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IDM - Monthly newsletter reporting international development matters and issues affecting trade unionists around the world. Including reports, statements, interviews and events.
International Issues: 28 April 2017
A TUC Aid project, in partnership with NGWF, is supporting training for woman leaders within the union to develop knowledge on labour law, grievance resolution and collective bargaining and to develop their skills and confidence as union negotiators
International Issues: 28 April 2017
The TUC Aid project supporting SITRABI’s organising efforts in the south of Guatemala has concluded with the banana union having strengthened its presence considerably in the region but still facing serious obstacles.
International Issues: 27 April 2017
TUC Aid funds granted to the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) are being used to fund a trade union coordinator for the ETI programme to improve the condition of women in the textile sector in Tamil Nadu, South India. This programme has brought trade unions, NGOs, local employers and ETI member companies together to better understand the kind of problems women workers face and develop activities to address them. 
International Issues: 26 April 2017
A self-employed workers’ union, based in Managua, Nicaragua, has worked with TUC Aid to recruit and support more woman members while reforming its structure to ensure that women can take senior roles in its previously male-dominated federations and regional branches.
International Issues: 26 April 2017
The new Memorial Stone to workers throughout the world who have suffered illness, injury or death as a consequence of their work will be unveiled in Leeds on 28 April.
About the TUC: 26 April 2017
“Remember the dead – Fight for the living” #IWMD17 On Friday 28th April across the world, millions of workers, unions and families stand together. We remember all those killed at and by work and we fight for the living because no-one should ever die just for going to work: Stop it employers/government, you’re killing us! Around 51,500 deaths, over 621,000 injuries and millions made ill by work in GB every year.
Workplace Issues: 26 April 2017
This briefing will provide union reps with a comprehensive guide about facility time. As well as covering the implications of the Trade Union Bill it includes guidance on the ACAS Code of Practice on Paid Time Off, the legal status of reps, the implications of the Trade Union Act, how to make the case for facility time and how to use it effectively to build strong workplace unions.
Union Issues: 25 April 2017
Workers' Memorial Day takes place every year on 28 April. The purpose behind the day is to 'remember the dead: fight for the living' and unions are asked to focus on both areas, by holding events or memorial services to remember people killed through work but at the same time ensuring that such tragedies are not repeated. On this page you can find out about the events that are happening on Workers' Memorial Day 2017.
Workplace Issues: 23 April 2017
 Download A TUC guide on gender in occupational safety and health (PDF)
Equality Issues: 21 April 2017
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