We speak and campaign collectively on behalf of our unions and their members to ensure the voice of working people is heard in business, government, civil society, and the press.
We work with organisations within the region including politicians, government departments, local and combined authorities, metro-mayors and devolved bodies, Local Enterprise Partnerships, business and civil society organisations to ensure that the voice of working people is heard and included in policy
We are the regional office in Yorkshire for the national Trades Union Congress. We are democratically accountable to our member unions, and to facilitate this we hold a conference every year, attended by delegates from affiliated unions and trades councils in the region. This is our policy making body and resolutions passed at the AGM / Conference form our work plan for the coming year. This year’s work plan will be uploaded soon so you can see what campaigns we are currently engaged in.
An Executive committee made up of representatives of affiliated unions and trades councils meets regularly throughout the year to oversee our work and share experiences and resources between unions.
Hear about our latest activities, meetings, and how you can get involved in trade union activism across the region.
If you want to get in touch, your first point of contact should be our Regional Administrator, Sonya Dennis - firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy & Campaigns Officer: for policy & campaigns queries please contact email@example.com
Regional Administrator: Sonya Dennis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Officer - Skills (SYMCA): Janet Johnson, email@example.com
Project Officer - Skills (WYCA): Phill Day, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Officer - Skills/Multiply (SYMCA): Brogan Angell, email@example.com
Project Officer - Green Bargaining: Sam Perry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Trade Union Education Officer: Ade Toomey, email@example.com
5 Canal Wharf
Tel: 0113 242 9696
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