CTUF AGM: June 27th Agenda

CAMPAIGN FOR TRADE UNION FREEDOM AGM 

DATE: Saturday, 27th June 2015, 12 noon – 2pm

WHERE: Rooms 1&2, Unite Central Office, 128 Theobalds Road, London.

AGENDA

  1. Welcome by Chair
  2. Apologies
  3. Minutes from AGM 2014
  4. Finance Report by Treasurer
  5. Report by National Secretary
  6. Election of Officers

Nominations from the Committee:

Chair – Tony Burke

National Secretary – Andy Green

National Assistant Secretaries – Adrian Weir, Carolyn Jones

Treasurer – Treena Johnson

Election of President and Vice-Presidents

 Nominations from the Committee:

President – Professor Keith Ewing

Vice Presidents – Barry Camfield; Professor Keith Ewing; Maria Exall; John Hendy QC; Ian Lavery, MP; Len McCluskey; Roger McKenzie; Ricky Tomlinson

7. Trade Union Bill – What next for the campaign?

8. Update on New Generation Of Trade Agreements Campaign (TTIP, TiSA, CETA, TPP and others).

9. AOB

Unions, branches and individuals who cannot attend are invited to write to the Secretary to raise any matters, including proposals for future action, concerns and/or to report on relevant activity at office@tradeunionfreedom.org.uk

Nominations for Officers, President and Vice-President are invited and must be received by the 12th June 2015

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2 Responses to CTUF AGM: June 27th Agenda

  1. Gemma Short says:

    Why when the Tories have announced the biggest attacks on trade union rights in a generation, which could be seen coming a mile off (hint: it was very well publicised in the lead up to the election!) is the CTUF only having a 2 hour AGM, where the new laws are item 7 on the agenda!?

    Why not have an emergency meeting, lengthen the time of the AGM and have a political discussion about what to do about the new laws first on the agenda as it will shape the campaign’s activity for the next year?

    • admin says:

      Gemma

      This was an AGM to deal with admin matters and to agree the programme for the next 12 months. So you can be assured we have agreed to make the TU Bill a major piece of work for this year along with the new trade agreements and their effect on Employment Rights and Collective Bargaining. There will be meetings this year on the TU Bill and the other issues including at Durham, Tolpuddle, in the regions and at at the TUC and Labour Party.

      We will be putting together campaigning material on the TU Bill – once we have seen the full scope of the law. There will be changes not included in the Queens Speech. So visit the site and you can keep updated.

      Tony B

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