Taking forward the work of the TUC’s Anti-Racism Taskforce

The Covid-19 pandemic exposed the structural racism and deep racial inequality within society and the economy. Black workers and communities have suffered disproportionately during the pandemic […]

Employers and unions unite in call to protect “brilliant” and “vital” Union Learning Fund

The TUC and the GFTU have launched a campaign to save the Union Learning Fund for England which is currently at risk of being abolished. Union […]

Exposing the hidden cost of the gender pay gap

Compulsory gender pay gap reporting revealed that men are paid more than women in 7,795 of 10,016 employers in Britain. Frances O’Grady reported that it will […]

Napo motions receive support from TUC Congress

Napo received backing from the wider trade union movement on Wednesday when TUC Congress delegates carried two of our motions. Napo GS Ian Lawrence, who was […]

TUC motion 41 – support for gender self-declaration

At this week’s TUC Congress, delegates voted to carry a motion in support of gender self-declaration. Motion 41 called on the General Council to campaign for […]

TUC motions on TR and the crisis in the Family Courts

Napo’s two motions for this year’s TUC Congress will be going for ratification to the September NEC. The first deals with workload pressures in the family […]

Nothing about us without us – TUC Disabled Workers Conference 2018

The TUC disabled workers conference was in Bournemouth this year, after feedback from previous years that Congress House was not accessible enough for so many people […]

The menopause is a trade union issue

This year’s TUC Women’s Conference celebrated 150 years of the TUC fighting for women’s rights and throughout the three days we heard stories of inspirational women […]