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|August 21, 2014||Baristas Rise Up||We Pull the Shots|
|September, 2013||Pension Funds, Unions, and Working Class Strategies||HTML|
|June 15, 2011||Fredericton District Labour Council||National Day of Action in Support of CUPW|
|April, 2011||Dennis Pilon, Stephanie Ross, Larry Savage||Solidarity Revisited: Organized Labour and the New Democratic Party|
|March 26, 2010||Roger Annis||Another Olympics Legacy – Frozen Wages|
|July 28, 2009||Len Wallace||You Held the Line|
|July 27, 2009||Radio BASICs interviews Stephanie Ross on the CUPE strike||Audio|
|July 7, 2009||Radio BASICs interviews Greg Albo on the CUPE strike||Audio|
|June 13, 2009||Steve Early||Embedded with Organized Labor||HTML|
|June 9, 2009||Herman Rosenfeld||The North American Auto Industry in Crisis||HTML|
|April 25, 2009||Greg Albo||Unions and the crisis: Ways forward||HTML|
|April 23, 2009||Roger Annis||Unions in New Zealand Organize the Unorganized, Win Gains in Minimum Wage||HTML|
|April 10, 2009||Sam Gindin||CJAM Radio - Sam Gindin interviewed||Audio|
|April 4, 2009||Sam Gindin||Alert Radio interviews Sam Gindin on the shape of the North American auto industry in the wake of President Obama's new directives and offers a better alternative.||Audio|
|March 26, 2009||Joe Iosbaker||Review: Build a Fighting Workers Movement||HTML|
|Dec. 18, 2008||Bill Fletcher, Jr.||The United Auto Workers Must Fight Back!||HTML|
|Dec. 5, 2008||Sam Gindin||Interview by Radio Canada International on the auto crisis (thank you to Radio Canada International for supplying the audio)||MP3 audio|
|Dec. 7, 2008||UE News||UE Members Occupy Chicago Plant in Struggle for Justice||HTML|
|Dec. 7, 2008||Carl Bloice||Holiday Gloom in Silicon Valley||HTML|
|Nov. 23, 2008||RedEye interviews Sam Gindin||Bailing out GM, Ford and Chrysler||HTML/Audio|
|Nov. 21, 2008||Doug Henwood interviews Dan La Botz||The End of the UAW?||HTML/Audio|
|Nov. 20, 2008||Labor Video Project||Hamilton, Canadian Steel Workers And The Cost Of NAFTA||Video|
|Nov. 6, 2008||CUPE||Help CUPE 3903 win a fair contract and settle the strike at York University!||3903 Strike|
|Oct. 12, 2008||Steve Early||EFCA, The Economy, Obama and Labor?||HTML|
|Oct. 3, 2008||Bill Fletcher||Globalization, Union Renewal and the Fight for Social Justice||Audio|
|Sept. 20, 2008||Interview: Don Grinde and Steven Parsley||Standing up against Corporate America||HTML|
|Aug. 30, 2008||John Conway||Strategy for unions to get off their knees||HTML|
|July 20, 2008||Nancy LaPlante||Rank and File Union Workers Must Think Outside the Box||HTML|
|July 7, 2008||Wendy Thompson and Chris Kutalik||What Went Wrong in the American Axle Strike?||HTML|
|May 28, 2008||Report by Rachel Tutte||The Economic Consequences of War||HTML|
|May 27, 2008||Left Forum at the CLC Convention||Video|
|May, 2008||SP Labour Committee||Labour Movement Platform||HTML|
|May, 2008||Anita Chan||Should we establish contacts with Chinese trade unions?||Video|
|May, 2008||Geoff Bickerton||Toronto Labour Council Unveils Action Agenda For CLC||HTML|
|May 13, 2008||SP meeting on CLC and Action Agenda
7:00pm, Tuesday May 13, 2008. Centre for Social Justice, 489 College St, 3rd floor, Toronto.
|April 15, 2008||Steve Early||The Purple Punch-Out in Dearborn||HTML|
|April, 2008||Labor Notes Staff||Conference-Goers Push for Labor Solidarity||HTML|
|February 26, 2008||Jerry Tucker, Gregg Shotwell, Sam Gindin||Campaign to Oppose Two-Tier Wages||HTML|
|February 10, 2008||Dan Gallin||Reviewing Andy Stern||HTML|
|February 5, 2008||Gregg Shotwell||Live Bait & Ammo #103: When the union turns against you||HTML|
|January 12, 2008||CEP Local 481 workers locked out for more than 9 weeks||HTML|
|December 15, 2007||Ron Kaminkow||Rail Labor Activists Build Solidarity Caucus||HTML|
|November 26, 2007||Stephanie Ross, Candace Rennick, Herman Rosenfeld||Defending The Right To Strike||Video|
|November 26, 2007||Adam Hanieh, Herman Rosenfeld, Iliam Burbano||Standing for Justice in Palestine:
The Role of Union Solidarity
|November, 2007||New page devoted to the CAW-Magna Agreement||HTML|
|October 31, 2007||Ken Kalturnyk and Karen Naylor||The CAW-Magna Deal - The Inevitable Final Form of the Liberal-Labour Alliance||HTML|
|October 27, 2007||Linda Diebel (Toronto Star)||On King St., the new face of labour digs in||HTML|
|October, 2007||UNITE-HERE: Lockout at Holiday Inn enters fifth week||HTML|
|October, 2007||CAW and Magna Agreement||HTML|
|June 28, 2007||Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives||Rising Profit Shares, Falling Wage Shares||HTML|
|June 19, 2007||International Solidarity||After 15 days of detention, Labour Party General Secretary Farooq Tariq has been released||HTML|
|June 16, 2007||International Solidarity||Appeal for the Release of Farooq Tariq||HTML|
|Aug 9 - 12, 2007||1st Upper Midwest Solidarity School sponsored by the Solidarity Education Center (SEC) & the Center for Labor Renewal (CLR)
Education for Struggle. The one-sided class war against workers must be stopped. America's workers are under relentless attack - today's labor movement is on the defensive. We need a renewed commitment to roll back this assault including a strategic approach to worker education and engagement. In the 1920s and the early 1930s, the U.S. working class faced similarly desperate times. Unconventional schools and training models emerged to provide “education for struggle,” and soon a new generation of worker-activists were better prepared to lead the great upsurge of that period. Contact Jerry Tucker at email@example.com or 314-968-5534.
Solidarity Education Center | Center for Labor Renewal
|Feb 8, 2007||Family and union lay private charges in 2006 picket line death
The family of Prof. John Stammers, assisted by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU/NUPGE), is proceeding with a private prosecution following the man's picket line death in March 2006.
|Jan 21, 2007||Backing Off The Boss With Workplace Power!
Guest Speaker: Jerry Tucker. Workshops & Open Discussions. Sponsored by: CAW Local 88 Education Committee and the Socialist Project.
Audio from the event: Herman Rosenfeld - Socialist Project; Jay Johnson - CAW;
Jerry Tucker: intro, 1970s competitiveness, their agenda/our agenda, strategy and tactics, work to rule.
|Dec 19, 2006||Release of persecuted Iranian trade unionist welcomed.
Brussels, 19 December 2006 (ITUC Online): The ITUC and the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) today welcomed the release of detained Iranian trade unionist Mansour Osanloo, while deploring the fact that he had to post additional bail to ensure his release. Osanloo was already on bail of 150 million Toman (US$ 165,000), stemming from his previous detention by the authorities from 22 December 2005 to 9 August 2006.
"We are pleased that Mansour Osanloo is now out of detention, but the additional bail condition, and the fact that leaders and members of his union continue to face systematic repression and harassment, are of deep concern", said ITUC General Secretary Guy Ryder.
|Nov 25, 2006||Free Mansour Osanloo now.
Mansour Osanloo, the President of the Syndicate of Workers of the Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company (Sherkat-e Vahed) was arrested by plain clothes agents, who refused to show any identification or arrest warrants, on Sunday, November 19, 2006 while he, along with two other union board members, were on their way to the office of the Labour Ministry in Tehran East. The agents physically and verbally assaulted Osanloo and Ebrahim Madadi, the union's vice-president, and one of them pointed a gun at Mr. Madadi and fired a bullet in the air. The agents finally forced Mr. Osanloo into a waiting car and drove away.
|July 23, 2006||Gregg Shotwell||Gettelfinger Is Backpedalling To The Future||HTML|
|Apr 27, 2006||Junji, Philippines||Question 1: "I am a dock worker by day and a student by night here in one of the agricultural provinces in the Philippines. Our dockyard was having a strike last December and at this moment we were on a stalemate situation..."||HTML|
|Mar 14, 2006||Faculty, Librarians and Counsellors
of George Brown College.
|Why has Management forced a strike at Ontario's 24 Colleges?
(more information on the strike - OPSEU Local 560)
|Feb, 2006||Sam Gindin||Concessions: First Time Defeat, Second Revival?||HTML|
|Feb, 2006||Greg Albo and Dan Crow||New Bargaining Strategies? USWA and the New Economy||HTML|
|July, 2005||Bill Fletcher Jr||The Crisis in American Labour: What's Missing from the Debate||HTML||Streaming Audio|
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