This year’s TUC congress will be a virtual one – and will be open to everyone.
On the mornings of Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 September, trade union members from across the UK will discuss the huge impact of coronavirus on working lives.
The congress will be:
- calling for better safety at work and an end to the inequalities that the pandemic has laid bare;
- calling for action to stop mass unemployment, protect decent jobs and ensure working people don’t pay the price of the pandemic;
- underlining the trade union movement’s place in the fight for equality for Black workers;
- speaking out about the need for a global recovery in solidarity with struggles for justice around the world.
Every debate will be led by frontline workers, speaking alongside union leaders from across the movement.
We’ll hear from Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, and TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady, setting out the challenge facing the labour and trade union movement.
And together, we will thank our key workers, demanding the pay rise they have earned.
Congress is open to everyone. It’s our moment to demand change for working people.
Sign up to attend now here. And please share with your friends and workmates on Facebook and Twitter using #TUC20.