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TUC Congress 2020

17 August, 2020

Congress 2020 is open to all members of the Society online.

Keir Starmer, the leader of the opposition, and TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady, will set out the challenges facing the labour and trade union movement. Together, they will thank key workers, demanding the payrise they have earned.

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Monday 14 September

10am

Congress opens with remarks from the president, Ged Nichols

10.30am

Debate: Safety first - working people on the frontline of coronavirus

11am

Keynote speech: Frances O’Grady, TUC general secretary

11.30am

Launching the TUC’s campaign for decent pay for key workers

11.45am

Debate: The unequal impact of coronavirus

12.15pm

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Afternoon

Fringe meetings, Q&A with Frances

 

Tuesday 15 September

10am

Debate: Preventing unemployment and building a better recovery

11am

Keynote speech: Keir Starmer MP, leader of the opposition 

11.30am

Debate: Trade unions at the forefront of tackling racism 

12.10pm

Debate: A global recovery for working people

12.30pm

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Afternoon

Fringe meetings

 

More detail about all sessions is on the TUC website.

 

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