Trade Union Education
Albanian Trade Union Confederation (KSSH)
Bulgaria - KNSB
Bulgaria - PODKREPA
Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bosnia-Hercegovina (SSSBiH)
Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Montenegro (SSSCG)
Confederation of Trade Unions of Republika Srpska (SSSRS)
Croatia - SSSH
Czech Republic - CMKOS
Estonia - EAKL
Federation of Trade Unions of Macedonia (SSSM)
Hungary - ASOK
Hungary - LIGA
Hungary - MOSZ
Hungary - MSZOSZ
Hungary - SZEF
Latvia - LBAS
Lithuania - LDS
Lithuania - LPSS
Moldova - FGSRM
Nezavisnost
Poland - NSZZ Solidarnosc
Romania - Alpha Cartel
Romania - BNS
Romania - CNSLR-Fratia
Romania - CSDR
Slovakia - KOZ SR
Slovenia - ZSSS
Union of Indept.Trade Unions of Albania (BSPSH)
Union of Indpt. Trade Unions of Kosovo (BSPK)
ETUCO
ICFTU
ILO
Phare
All-Russian Confederation of Labour (VKT)
Azerbaijan Trade Union Confederation (AHIK)
Belorussian Trade Union Federation (FTUB) *
Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia *
Congress of Democratic Trade Unions of Belarus (BKDP) *
Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR)
Federation of Trade Unions of Armenia *
Federation of Trade Unions of Kazakhstan *
Federation of Trade Unions of Kyrgyzstan *
Federation of Trade Unions of Turkmenistan *
Federation of Trade Unions of Uzbekistan *
Free Trade Union Confederation of Ukraine (FTUCU) *
Georgian Trade Union Amalgamation (GTUA)
Other Organisations from NIS
Other Organisations from South-East Europa
The Confederation of Labour of Russia (KTR)
Ukranian Trade Union Federation (UTUF) *

The aims of this website are to:
  • Promote the interests of organisations of teachers and education employees and of education within Central and Eastern Europe through consultations with all relevant institutions and through other trade union actions.
  • Promote the social dimension of Central and Eastern Europe in association with all Education Trade Union.
  • Promote assistance programmes by serving as the liaison between Central and Eastern European institutions and international organisations with regard to national and Central and Eastern European programmes sponsored by EU institutions.

1500 sign petition to keep Trade Union studies - Stoke Sentinel

Stoke Sentinel

1500 sign petition to keep Trade Union studies
Stoke Sentinel
The college has been forced to look at closing its trade union studies unit, which has provided 40 years of trade union education, after being hit by a £2.5 million cut in adult skills funding. Steve Jones, the vice-president of North Staffordshire TUC ...

  
Liz Kendall denies 'phone rage' - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Liz Kendall denies 'phone rage'
Daily Mail
Despite being an Oxbridge-educated former special advisor – like fellow leadership contenders Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall and Tristram Hunt – Mr Burnham insists he represents a break from the 'metropolitan-establishment' which has dominated New Labour ...
Yvette Cooper warns against Labour lurch to the left or rightThe Guardian
Labour facing hard truths - CooperLedbury Reporter

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Twelve policies to make the Conservatives a One Nation Party - Conservative Home

Conservative Home

Twelve policies to make the Conservatives a One Nation Party
Conservative Home
The Coalition did a lot for education with the Michael Gove exam and school reforms. It created a record number of jobs through George Osborne's economic management, Iain Duncan ... Make the Conservative Party lead by example. That means working ...

  
Tory trade union proposals will violate international law - Left Foot Forward

Left Foot Forward

Tory trade union proposals will violate international law
Left Foot Forward
Len McCluskey was right to ask whether unions can continue to make the commitment to stick, under any and all circumstances, within the law as it stands. Trade union membership stood at 13 million in 1979, the year Margaret Thatcher started gradually ...

  
'11 bids for every apprenticeship' - Cotswold Journal

Cotswold Journal

'11 bids for every apprenticeship'
Cotswold Journal
David Cameron has pledged to create three million new apprenticeships and official figures this week showed the numbers of people considered "NEET" - not in education, employment and training - are at a 10-year low. Cllr Peter Box, economy spokesman ...

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Catering jobs under threat at Glasgow college campus - Glasgow Evening Times

Glasgow Evening Times

Catering jobs under threat at Glasgow college campus
Glasgow Evening Times
Scott Donohoe, assistant branch secretary with trade union Unison, said: "Following the recent decision by the board to end the catering contract at City Campus, Unison has been in discussion with management to secure the jobs of the thirteen members ...

  
Labour in U-turn on EU referendum - Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail

Labour in U-turn on EU referendum
Oxford Mail
Pascal Lamy, head of the Notre Europe think-tank, said he felt Mr Cameron should be positive about the union during the referendum campaign. The former director general of the World Trade Organisation told the BBC: "Most European leaders, including ...
Bank to probe 'Brexit' economy riskBournemouth Echo

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After the election, what priorities for the left? - Morning Star Online

After the election, what priorities for the left?
Morning Star Online
Public services will be further slashed or privatised as many more “free schools” destroy whole swathes of local authority and comprehensive education across England. Local government funding will be sliced to the bone, except where ... Additional anti ...

  
Build a movement to defeat the government's savagery - Socialist Party

Socialist Party

Build a movement to defeat the government's savagery
Socialist Party
In order to try and prevent such a movement the government is also going to propose further undemocratic restrictions on trade unions' right to strike, alongside other anti-democratic measures including the abolition of the Human Rights Act. However ...

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Universities make 0.9% pay offer to staff - Times Higher Education

Times Higher Education

Universities make 0.9% pay offer to staff
Times Higher Education
But the offer, which was announced after a meeting of the Joint Negotiating Committee for Higher Education Staff on 24 April, is below the 1 per cent offer that triggered strikes and the threat of a marking boycott last year. Industrial action was ...

  
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