Sarah Woolley, General Secretary of BFAWU, the Bakers’ Union spoke at our July 2021 meeting BFAWU Right to Food reporthttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1h_FU55hhDyVrCiocEsoJDklb1DYvqAkM/view
Wolverhampton & Walsall hit hardest in West Midlands
Freedom for Ӧcalan campaign. Abdullah Ӧcalan is the imprisoned leader of the Kurdish liberation movement and the campaign is in solidarity with both his and the Kurdish people’s struggle for freedom from […]
A new jobs protection and upskilling plan TUC September 2020
April 2021 17,250 are now claiming unemployment related benefits in Wolverhampton. 5,625 are under 30 years old.
have a look at this half hour play Nurse Brown from Jamaica By Wolverhampton’s Jefny Ashcroft about the Wolverhampton nurse
PCS members in the Universal Credit Service Centres in Wolverhampton and Walsall took two day strike 28/29 May 2019, in their campaign for more staff and improved working conditions.
Tom Wilson, Visiting Fellow at the University of Wolverhampton and until recently the Director of the TUC’s Unionlearn will give a lecture: ‘A Quality Apprenticeship’ Date: Tuesday 19th January 2016Time: […]
UNISON members took part in a two-hour strike 14 July 2015, in support of our campaign for fair pay.
14th – 15th September Report by Martin Mayer TUCJCC rep Yorks and Humber , representing Trades Councils Conference plus TUC Fringe reports by Nick Kelleher
AGM report 25 February 2017