The Trade Union and Employment Forum's Convenors also attend a number of conferences and events organised by people involved with and active in the union movement. Where appropriate, we publish records of these events and our contribution on this site.
The theories and impacts of leading industrial relations academics and labour historians were explored in a seminar organised by the British Universities Industrial Relations Association History Study Group at Loughborough University.
Professor Gregor Gall argued that union lay representatives were a vital community as well as trade-union resource, while Chris Weavers (NASUWT) argued that the unions have long been at the forefront in pushing for social responsibility.
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