NSSN - NATIONAL SHOP STEWARDS NETWORK
CONFERENCE - SATURDAY - 4th JULY - LONDON
“David Cameron calls the UK “the aspiration Nation”. It is.
Where once we had rights to housing, healthcare, education, welfare, decent pay and pensions - now we can only aspire to them!”
- Mark Serwotka, PCS General Secretary.
The trade union movement - six and a half million strong & growing - is, on the industrial plane, working people’s most powerful weapon in the battle against austerity and the Tory pro-big business government.
The Tories know this - which is why they are preparing to further strengthen existing anti-trade union legislation (left untouched by New Labour during its 13 years in power).
We know it too, which is why TUSC’s sister organisation in the trade union movement - the National Shop Stewards Network - is building its own forces and influence.
The NSSN argues for democratic, fighting trade unions to defend jobs, wages and conditions - and to help inspire and organise those workers not currently in a union.
The 9th National Conference is on Saturday, 4th July. It is open not only to union activists, but also to all those seeking to fight back and organise solidarity and support for people in struggle - whether at work or in their communities.
This year the conference has another marvellous array of excellent speakers.
MARK SERWOTKA, PCS General Secretary,
RONNIE DRAPER, BFAWU General Secretary,
MATT WRACK, FBU General Secretary,
STEVE GILLAN, POA General Secretary,
PETER PINKNEY, RMT President,
HELEN PATTISON, Youth Fight for Jobs campaign,
DAVE SMITH, anti-blacklisting campaigner, and
ISAI PRIYA, Tamil Solidarity trade union co-ordinator.
The conference is from 11am – 4.30pm.
The address is - Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Sq, London, WC1R 4RL
More details can be found on the NSSN website HERE.