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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday January 24 2013
09:30 AM

Seminar - Making the Case for Decent Work

category dublin | worker & community struggles and protests | event notice author Monday January 21, 2013 19:25author by ICTU - Irish Congress of Trade Unions Report this post to the editors

Seminar - Making the Case for Decent Work
24 January 2013

Making the Case for Decent Work - Seminar -

Registration - 9.30am

Advance registration for this event is essential to guarantee a place.

Seminar - Making the Case for Decent Work
24 January 2013

Making the Case for Decent Work - Seminar -

Registration - 9.30am

Chair: Sally Anne Kinahan

Opening Remarks/ Introduction

Morning Session - Pay & Decent Work - 10am-12.45pm

ITUC Speaker (TBC: The Global Battle for Decent Work)

Panel Discussion:

Patricia King (SIPTU) - Low Pay Task Force; Michelle O'Sullivan, (University of Limerick): Protecting the Low Paid; Micheal Collins (NERI) - The Living Wage; Kevin Callinan (Impact)- Unpaid Work (JobBridge etc);

Questions & Discussion

Lunch (will be provided upon registration) 1pm-2pm

Afternoon Session: Campaigning for Decent Work - 2pm-5pm

Karen Nussbaum - (Working America): Learning from the US Model

Panel Discussion focusing on union-led campaigns: Fair Shop; Fair Hotels; Fair Deal for Cleaners, Time to Care (Home Helps)

Questions & Discussion

David Begg - Concluding Remarks

Venue

CWU Head Office, 575 North Circular Road, Dublin 1

Advance registration for this event is essential.

Irish Congress of Trade Unions
31/32 Parnell Square
Dublin 1
Ireland
Tel: +353 1 8897777
Fax: +353 1 8872012
Email: congress@ictu.ie

http://www.ictu.ie/press/diary/2013/01/24/seminar-makin...work/

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