Society & Culture
"It's The Economy, Stupid!" - Making sense of economics, feat. Antonia Jennings
We’re back! In this first episode of series 2, @beckyunions21 and @simonsapper discuss the end of precarious working at DPD couriers, why we should all be more #LikeASwede, and what we can learn from Dutch union Kunstenbond’s experiment with a flexible subscription model. And we spend time with @tweetingantonia Jennings (pictured) of @economyasks demystifying just what economics is and how we can make it work for us. Plus a preview of our national conference on 13 April. A Makes-You-Think production
Kiwi Lessons In Innovation
HeartUnions Week 2019
New Workers’ Rights dissected and 2018 in review w/ Becky Wright & Simon Sapper
How Collective Bargaining Controls Algorithms & Other Tales From Sweden
Organising, Comms and Strategic Choice w/ Vic Barlow
Lifting The Lid On The Low Pay Commission
Lessons for everyone in Equity’s fight against low pay - w/ Charlotte Bence
Civil Servants, Collective Voice and Brexit Abuse w/Amy Leversidge
The Aussie view on UK union challenges w/ Dr Chris Wright
TUC review w/ Paddy Lillis, Antonia Bance, Worksmart and 90,000 new members!
Bite-size Masterclass 5: Unions And Good Governance w/ Claire Sullivan
Bite-size Masterclass 4: Union organising across borders w/ Garry Elliott
Bite-size Masterclass 3: Union organising, education and the mobile divide, w/ Dr Peter Bloom
Bite-size Masterclass 2: Unions and CPD, an unbeatable combination w Mary Bousted
Bite-size Masterclass 1: A renaissance of private-sector unionism w/ Mike Clancy
Heatwaves and Blue Sky Futures w/ Prof Mel Simms
“I didn’t think I could take my maternity leave but I knew I had to"
Young Workers, Collective Voice and #LikeASwede
Special Episode: US unions respond after Janus case - holed below the waterline, or conservative own-goal?
A Good Week For Unions w Paul Day & Joe Dromey
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