Southern and Eastern TUC

About Southern and Eastern TUC

SERTUC, the Southern & Eastern Region of the TUC, is the largest of the TUC's six English regions and covers three of the former government regions: London, the South East, and East of England. Over two million trades unionists live and work within the region.

The Regional Council is appointed annually by affiliates and county associations of trades councils and meets four times a year to discuss both how to achieve policy determined at the national Trades Union Congress and to make specific policies on regional issues. At its Annual General Meeting, it elects officers and an Executive Committee that meets monthly.

Affiliated trade unions and county associations also nominate to SERTUC's industrial and equality subgroups who use their industrial and life experience to inform the activities of the Regional Council.

The SERTUC office administers the Regional Council, delivers services to affiliates, represents the TUC in relations with public bodies, and campaigns for Congress policies.

Paddling furiously

Paddling furiously (PDF), SERTUC's tenth survey of equality in trade unions, is now available.

Truth, lies and migrants: a guide to population and migration (PDF), is now available. 

SERTUC Annual Report

SERTUC Annual Report 2016 (PDF), SERTUC's annual report, is now available.

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27 September 2016
SERTUC visited the NUJ picket line this morning, outside the BBC studios on Millbank, a short distance from the Houses of Parliament, to offer our best wishes and solidarity greetings to NUJ members who are on strike
15 June 2016
Commenting on new analysis published today (Sunday) by London First...
08 May 2016
Paddling furiously: this book is correctly named in so many...
25 April 2016
SERTUC fight for the unity of young and old, women...
19 April 2016
The priorities of Bristol’s next elected mayor matter to working...
01 April 2016