TUC Organise 2020 – Full session line-up announced

The TUC have now revealed the full line-up for their online festival of unions and trade union organising, from 9 -11 July 2020 ORGANISE 2020

All sessions are free to join, but you’ll need to reserve a place, so get your bookings in now. With 28 sessions in the programme so far, there’s bound to be something that’s useful for everyone. 

Thursday 9 July

Morning sessions
11:00-11:45 Winning for Working People
11:45-12:45 The state of the unions and the challenges we face
11:45-12:45 Running effective webinars and online events

Afternoon sessions
12:45-13:30 Engaging young workers: lessons from WorkSmart
12:45-13:30 Organising activists for media work
13:00-14:00 Union wins during the Covid-19 crisis
13:00-14:00 Organising in Trade Union Education
14:00-15:00 Getting creative and innovative with the Health & Safety agenda
15:00-17:00 Organising against the far right & challenging racism internationally

Friday 10 July

Morning sessions
10:00-11:00 Building stronger unions around the globe
11:00-12:00 Online organising – lessons from Australia

Afternoon sessions
12:00-13:00 The future of unions reps education
12:00-13:00 Online organising: lessons from the wider movement
13:00-14:00 Organising on the Climate Crisis and Just Transition
13:00-14:00 Unions in an age of digital disruptors
15:00-16:00 Organising in the most dangerous places for workers in the world
15:00-16:00 Building leadership with conference calls
16:00-17:00 Organising for better mental health at work
16:00-17:00 Creating a culture of innovation at any level
17:00-18:30 Amazon – global union organising within a multinational company

Saturday 11 July

Morning sessions
10:00-11:00 Using online petitions to engage and organise workers
11.00-12:00 Women, health & safety, and organising

Afternoon sessions
12:00-13:00 Launch of the Organise 2020 pledge
13:00-14:00 Winning together: Lessons from a joint union organising campaign
13:00-14:00 How can we find the next generation of activists?
14:00-15:00 Making our digital mobilisation more effective
14:00-15:00 Tackling far right ideology
15:00-16:00 Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival – 16-18 July