Workers' Memorial Day

Unions and safety campaigners have taken the fight for safer work to the government's doorstep.
06 May 2011
More than one hundred events involving thousands of workers took place around Britain today to commemorate Workers' Memorial Day.
06 May 2011
The focus was on Sunderland for this year's Workers' Memorial Day. Over 70 people were welcomed to Sunderland Civic Centre by Gill Hale, Chair of the Northern TUC.
05 May 2011
Unions and campaigners have marked Workers' Memorial Day this year in record numbers in over 70 countries worldwide.
29 April 2011
A series of events will be held around the UK today (Thursday) to mark International Workers' Memorial Day (IWMD).
28 April 2011
People killed at work to be commemorated in wreath-laying ceremony on Thursday April 28 – Workers' Memorial Day
27 April 2011
The Northern TUC will once again be joined by unions and in the region at an event to commemorate Workers Memorial Day on Thursday April 28th. More than 70 people will attend a seminar at Sunderland Civic Centre followed by a wreath laying ceremony in the Memorial Garden, and then...
20 April 2011
The UK government will continue to recognise Workers' Memorial Day, the global 28 April event each year when unions and campaigners vow to remember the dead and fight for the living.
25 March 2011
Global union confederation ITUC has announced the theme for International Workers' Memorial Day this year.
11 March 2011
Welcoming the Government's decision today (Thursday) to formally recognise Workers' Memorial Day, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
28 January 2010