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  • 1. SATUC AGM
    Hosted Unemployed Debate.
    Strabane & Area Trades Union Council
  • 2. By
    Ryan Mc Nulty
    Paul Gallagher
  • 3. Delegates elected by trade union branches which meet or have members working or living within the area meet as Trades Union Councils.
    A union branch will normally affiliate to the trades union council in the area in which it meets. Each branch will then send delegates to the trades union council's meetings. These branches pay an affiliation fee.  Our trades union council is open to all trade unionists to attend although only delegates can vote.
    Delegates elect officers from amongst themselves to represent the views and priorities of the constituent branches and to take responsibility for working for and supporting the policy of Congress and the TUC General Council. This is because trades union councils are registered with the TUC, rather than being entirely independent bodies.
    Trade Union Councils
  • 4. The Strabane Trade Union Council is responsible for:• implementing ICTU policy in Strabane.
    • co-ordinating union activities and campaigns, involving more than one union.
    • providing assistance with research, negotiations and advocacy to affiliated organisations.
    • lobbying for social and industrial reforms.• providing a public point of contact for general enquiries on unions.
  • 5. Activities
    Strabane Trades Union Council have and continue to be pro-active in relation to the needs of the worker and indeed the community as a whole!
    Play your part
    Join your local Trade Union Council.
  • 6. Strabane Trades Union Council brings together local affiliated trade union branches to campaign around issues affecting working people in their workplaces and local communities.
    SATUC aim to: Raise public awareness of rights at work and the union role in enforcing those rights; Promote, organise and recruit to build union membership; Support union and community campaigns for dignity and respect in the workplace and beyond.
    The hypocrisy of the coalition government needs to be exposed. HMRC has accepted that over £40 billion in tax is lost to fraud and avoidance every year. PCS and many other tax analysts believe that this figure is much higher in the region of £120 billion.The cuts aren't inevitable and the coalition government needs to stop unnecessary tax repayments and close all tax avoidance loop holes.George Osbourne can start by paying the correct amount of tax himself and by ensuring that Philip Green the owner of the Arcadia group and government advisor of the cuts pays his fair share of tax too!
  • 7. Affiliates
    SATUC is an association of Trade Unions or union branches who are affiliated to the ICTU in the area. In Strabane the affiliated Trade Unions to the Trades Council are:
  • 8. Membership Requirements
    Everyone is welcome to join the trades Union Council.
    Requirements are simply that you are a member of an affiliated Trade Union.
  • 9. Accounts
  • 10. An Appreciation
    Felix Mc Crossan
  • 11. Debate/Discussion by Unemployed Union
    This event will be themed around the importance of organizing the unemployed workforce as a vehicle for revolutionary activism and ...the importance of building the class consciousness of the unemployed.
  • 12. Invited Speakers
    Paul Gallagher, of the Strabane Trades Council (Chair)
    “We extend a very courteous Welcome to tonight’s Speakers”
    Eamon McCann, of the People Before Profit Alliance.
    Tommy McKearney, of the Independent Workers Union.
    Michael Craig, of the Unemployed Union.