Wales TUC Cymru

About the Wales TUC

The Wales TUC is the voice of Wales at work. With almost 50 affiliated trade unions, the Wales TUC represents nearly half a million workers. We campaign for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

Heartunions week 8 -14 February 2016

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Join the week of action from Britain's unions. It is aimed at highlighting some of the great work done by reps and their unions across the country, and the damage that would be caused by the government's dangerous and divisive trade union bill. You can find out more and sign up to the campaign at

Better Jobs, Closer to home

 This October saw the Wales TUC- Powered by Welsh Trades Unions- Launch its Better Jobs, Closer to Home  Campaign.

Our valleys communities need better jobs, closer to home,

‘Brand new powers for the Welsh Government offer a fresh chance to make that happen,

‘Wales TUC – powered by Welsh trade unions – is campaigning to make this opportunity a reality,

‘Together, we can make this the start of an exciting future where no person’s talent is wasted,

Join us today at to demand a vibrant future for our community,

‘Wales can’t prosper while the valleys struggle.’


All Wales Equality Network

The Wales TUC All Wales Equality Network has been set up for Trade Union Equality Representatives.  The network meets quarterly in locations across Wales and shares information across the network on the latest developments in the equality field.

If you would like to become an Equality Rep and receive a monthly newsletter containing valuable equality related information from the All Wales Equality Rep Network please email [email protected]

NEWS FROM WALES TUC Date: Tuesday 26 th January 2016 ‘Stand up for devolution today’ - Wales TUC tells Assembly Members The Wales TUC is calling on Assembly Members to use a vote today to stand up for devolution against a UK government which is ‘preparing to act unconstitutionally’. Assembly...
26 January 2016
The Wales TUC has today published what it calls “a damning legal opinion” and accuses the UK government of preparing to “act unconstitutionally” and “undermine the democratic will of the people of Wales”. An independent legal opinion, commissioned from leading Queens Council Hefin Rees (attached in full), looks at those...
12 January 2016
TUC International have produced an employment rights online resource guide...
07 January 2016
Organising Officer Wales and South West Regional Hub – Reference...
09 December 2015
Wales TUC: Valleys Communities Need Better Jobs, Closer to Home...
05 October 2015
Our valleys communities need better jobs, closer to home, ‘Brand...
02 October 2015