The conference represents the culmination of the Trade Unions in Post Conflict Societies programme, funded by the SEUPB. The project seeks to explore, analyse and share learning from regions dealing with conflict with a focus on the role of trade unions in the development of shared and just societies.
This year’s conference will bring together trade unionists, activists and academics from Britain, Ireland, Iraq, Palestine, the Basque Country and Andalusia who will talk about the challenges faced by trade unions in societies in transition.
The conference will focus on:
- Labour and transition from conflict
- Labour rights as human rights
- Austerity and inequality
- Alternatives for transition
The fees for attendance are £60 per person (£30 unwaged) and include accomodation and food for three days.
Places are limited and the registration is strictly on a first come first serve basis.
To register, please send full contact details and fees to Ellie Perrin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full programme will be forwarded to registered participants.
Ass. Gen Sec Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU)
Gen Sec Basque Nationalist Workers’ Committee (LAB)
Trade union Friends of Iraq (NASUWT)
Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions (PGFTU)
Professor Mary Mellor
Sustainable Cities Research Institute
Professor Kathleen Lynch
Equality Studies, School of Social Justice UCD
María José Lera
Andalusian Workers Union (SAT)
International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR)
Dr Zak Cope
Researcher in Political Theory
South Africa National Union of Mineworkers (NUM)
Compensation Officer at the NUM
Justice for Colombia
This Project is part financed by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund through the EU’s Pease III Programme for Peace and Reconciliation managed by the Special EU Programmes body. www.seupb.org