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TUED Global Forum on Union Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis

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In light of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 global health crisis, Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED) will convene a Global Web Forum this Friday, April 3rd, at the following times: 10:00-11:30am New York 3:00-4:30pm London 4:00-5:30pm Paris, Rome, Johannesburg 11:00pm-12:30am, Seoul The call will hear from healthcare and public service unions from the USA, Italy, […]

FES and GLU launch ‘Trade Unions in Transformation’ Online Course

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The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and the Global Labour University (GLU) are launching an online course combining the knowledge of trade unionists, labour activists and academics. This online course provides concise knowledge on how trade unions are using power resources to improve working conditions and transform themselves in the process. The course provides also possibilities to discuss […]

TUED Working Paper #13: Transition in Trouble? The Rise and Fall of “Community Energy” in Europe

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Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED) has published its thirteenth working paper: Transition in Trouble? The Rise and Fall of “Community Energy” in Europe This working paper aims to help reframe discussions among unions and others fighting for energy democracy on how to cultivate meaningful and broad-based community engagement in the transition to a more […]

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TUED Bulletin 95: Australian Bushfires Statement from Trade Unions for Energy Democracy, Asia-Pacific

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“Destruction of the Natural World is a Criminal Act” TUED participating unions and allies in the Asia-Pacific region have been actively involved in monitoring and responding to the devastating bushfires in Australia, and have issued a statement. Signed by well over 50 union bodies from 17 countries across the region, the statement is an impressive […]

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TUED Annual Report 2019: Defending and Reclaiming Public Energy on the Global Stage

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Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED) has released its 2019 Annual Report: ‘Defending and Reclaiming Public Energy on the Global Stage.’ The report (which can be read here) details the growth of the TUED network with new unions becoming involved from the global South and North. It also highlights working papers developed by TUED, and […]