History & Policy's Trade Union Forum and the Trades Union Congress will host a one day conference 13th June 2014 at Congress House, London to explore the crucial role of trade unions in protests that have taken place across the global south. The conference will examine protests from the end of imperialism to the present day and the relationship between trade unions and the state. The conference is free and open to all, on a first come, first serve basis.
See the conference schedule here
To reserve a place please contact Gareth Curless: email@example.com
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