Every year the TUC hosts equality conferences that supplement the general work of TUC congress. These conferences focus on supporting the advancement of issues that disproportionally impact minority groups.
The Young Workers' conference looks at the issues effecting the experiences of young people in the world of employment.
Accord is seeking diverse representation to attend, and it's open to any Accord members under the age of 30, just register your interest. When you register, we’ll ask you for a bit of information to support your interest, this is so that we can ensure we have a diverse representation at each of the conferences. Registration is open until the 27th January.
Sound interesting? Take a look at the issues debated at the 2022.
This is an external event, hosted by the TUC. Accord is not responsible for this material.Register your interest
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This webinar from the Bank Workers Charity explores the frequency and lengths of breaks you should be taking to ensure high levels of wellbeing and productivity during your working day. This is a free webinar and open to anyone.
This webinar from the Bank Workers Charity looks at exploring grief, loss and bereavement. This webinar aims to provide an understanding of grief and the impact it can have on us. It recognises the difficulty many of us have in talking about loss and identifies the best ways to support someone that has experienced a bereavement. This is a free webinar and open to anyone.
The TUC LGBT+ conference offers an opportunity to debate the trade union movement’s response to important issues impacted LGBT+ workers. Registration is open to all Accord members identifying as LGBT+ .
Accord has over 350 trained workplace representatives across the country who are there to help when things aren't going so well. Reps are the beating heart of the union, and often the first port of call offering advice, guidance, information, and representation.
No other union in either LBG or TSB can match this network of support.