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Campaign for Trade Union Freedom Event: Defeating Austerity, Free Trade Deals and Attacks on Trade Union Rights

25th March 2015

We want politicians that inspire and policies that work for the people!

Employment law after the election: what do we want?

25th March 2015

In the run up to the general election, we ask how can lives and living standards be improved in Britain.

Employment Law after the election: what kind of laws do we want? London

11th February 2015

Experts in law and academia discuss the direction they would like to see employment law take following the upcoming election.

Equality and Discrimination: what next for equal rights?

19th November 2014

Updates from experts on developments in equality in the workplace covering: age, race, gender and disability discrimination.

Employment Law Update 2014, Liverpool

22nd October 2014

Your employment law update for the year leading up to October 2014.

Employment Law Update 2014, London

7th October 2014

A day spent reviewing the year's most important updates in employment law.

EU Developments: has social Europe disintegrated? LONDON

22nd June 2024 – 4:03 am

Wednesday 9 February 2016 A one-day conference Diskus Room, Unite the Union, London With the upcoming election looming there have been talks from all parties in regards to an EU referendum. The intention of this London conference is to inform the debate surrounding the issue in a timely manner before a referendum takes place.

Employment Law Update LIVERPOOL

22nd June 2024 – 4:03 am

Wednesday 2 December 2015 A one-day conference The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool The eighth annual Employment Law Update Conference organised by the Institute of Employment Rights.

Workplace Issues: taking up the issues with the new government

22nd June 2024 – 4:03 am

Wednesday 10 June 2015 A one-day conference Diskus Room, Unite the Union, London This event will be the first IER conference to take place after the general election, providing an excellent opportunity to assess the government’s programme of work. How will worker’s rights fair under a new regime? Which labour law topics will trade unionists need to be aware of in order to best protect their members at work?

Employment Law after the election: what kind of laws do we want? LONDON

22nd June 2024 – 4:03 am

Wednesday 11 February 2015 A one-day conference UNISON Center, LONDON As we rapidly approach the next general election, Britain’s working population and, in particular, its 6.5 million trade unionists need to know how their economic wellbeing is going to improve under a new government. It has been said that the next general election will be won or lost on the issue of employment rights. The conference will be a key event in the run-up to the general election for trade unionists, academics, lawyers and anyone with an interest in workers’ rights and trade union freedoms. This is an opportunity to set out what we expect from an incoming government.

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