This year’s conference, “Unions building dignity at work” has a public link that allows everyone to watch #TUC21 online.
From the TUC September 2021 email:
“As we recover from the pandemic, how do we build a world of work that gives everyone the dignity and fairness we deserve?
Every trade unionist is invited to join us online for three days of discovery and debate at Congress 2021. Sign up now to join us here.
Between Sunday 12 and Tuesday 14 September, union members across the UK are meeting online to discuss how we build stronger unions and mobilise for a new deal for workers. We’ll have debates on investing in a green economy, with good, unionised jobs. We’ll discuss tackling racism, highlighting the work of the TUC’s Anti-Racism Task Force. And we’ll campaign for an overdue pay rise for our key workers and an end to the scandal of fire and rehire.
We’ll hear from Leader of the Opposition Keir Starmer and TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady, as well as union leaders, activists and key workers. A full online fringe events programme will offer everyone a deeper chance to engage on issues they care about.
Congress is open to everyone. We have a growing union movement, based on our work keeping members safe and protecting their rights and livelihoods throughout the crisis. This is our moment to demand real change for working people.
And please share this with friends and colleagues who you think might be interested. Let’s build the call for dignity at work for everyone in 2021.”