Everyone says the Union Learning Fund works so why is the DfE planning to cut its funding? CONTINUE READING
Unions at the heart of government
Senior civil servants’ union sues PM, and Mel Simms’ Thought For The Week-The UnionDues podcast is back! CONTINUE READING
Union Dues podcast in profile
Where did the idea come from? How does the show work? What’s the preoccupation with unions and collective voice and a fair deal at work? Here’s Evan Matthew Papp of the Empathy Media Lab and Labor Radio Podcast Network getting to grips with the UnionDues podcast project. CONTINUE READING
What now for NZ workers after Labour’s landslide?
With an unexpected majority Labour government, what are the priority issues for the NZ Council of trade Unions? CONTINUE READING
My journey along the Working River – with Brian Denny
Songs from and the stories behind the Working River project – the lives of those who live and work on the Thames. CONTINUE READING
An epic journey – postal workers though the twenteens!
Terry Pullinger, CWU DGS (Postal) gives the inside story of a tumultuous decade, and his hopes for post-Covid Britain. CONTINUE READING
It’s all about organising, with Rozanne Foyer
STUC General Secretary on campaigning, Covid, working with government, the independence debate, and her trade union journey. CONTINUE READING
Unions and the self-employment opportunity
From podcasters to planners, the booming self-employment sector is a challenge and opportunity for unions. What have we learned so far and what more can we do? CONTINUE READING
CatWalks and Organising – Unionising the fashion industry
The latest UnionDues podcast looks at unionising the fashion industry and the campaign to save UK theatres. CONTINUE READING
UnionDues is back!
Union website league table revealed, why office based servers are a recipe for risk, the threat posed by ignorance about data laws, and why happiness lies in search engine optimisation. CONTINUE READING