TUC Congress 2012 - The IER and a future that works

Submitted by sglenister on Fri, 07/09/2012 - 14:26

New interactive Coalition timeline

The IER has launched a brand new interactive timeline on the Coalition's ideological attack on workers' rights and trade unions.

We believe our Coalition timeline is the first free resource of its kind. Use your mouse – or finger on a touchscreen – to move through the last two years of news and debate, following the erosion of workers’ rights by the government since May 2010.

Click here to browse our interactive timeline

Days of Action

Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC will be launching their publication Days of Action: The legality of protest strikes against government cuts, at the Sunday Night Special.

To order a copy of the book, click here

 

 

 

 

 

Federation Viewpoint

Our Sunday Night Special also features the launch of our brand new journal Federation Viewpoint, which we produce in conjunction with the GFTU.

How has an unelected Coalition swindled workers into accepting the pains of austerity, while big business continues to gain? And what alternatives are there to the cuts?

Find out in the first edition of Federation Viewpoint

Fighting austerity

Sunday 9th September

Workers and trade unions are eager to fight the dissolution of their rights as outlined by our timeline.

Legal experts from the IER will be joined by UNITE General Secretary Len McCluskey at a special fringe meeting at this year’s TUC Congress. Do not miss out on the Sunday Night Special:

Speakers

Professor Keith Ewing
President of the IER and Professor of Public Law at King’s College, London

John Hendy, QC
Chair of the IER

Len McCluskey
General Secretary of UNITE

Location

The Old Ship Hotel King’s Road Brighton BN1 1NR

RSVP for fish and chip supper

If you would like to book a fish and chip supper for when you attend the free meeting, please email annette@gftu.org.uk

 

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