The Right to Work conference in London this Saturday will bring together hundreds of activists to plan and mobilise against the government’s cuts programme.
The conference will also have an international flavour of resistance. Tiana Andreou, from the Greek civil service union, will be reporting fresh from the streets of Athens after this week’s general strike.
More than 400 people had registered for the conference at the beginning of this week, and dozens of union branches had pledged support.
Workshops will discuss how to organise a campaign against cuts, organising temporary and part-time workers, fighting the anti-union laws and how strikes can win.
Campaigners will discuss new initiatives, such as protests on
22 June, the day of the emergency budget, and a protest at the Tory party conference in October. See below for full conference details.