Trade unions, the organising model, and ICTU’s ONE movement

December 28th, 2020 | by aobaoill |

This month, I interview Fiona Dunne of ICTU about the ONE movement, which provides a grassroots approach to trade unions, integrated with other civil society groups, such as student unions. We discuss the organising model of trade unions, and some of their recent projects, including a campaign to secure workers a legal right to their tips.

In our regular monthly segment from special correspondents Tadhg and Noah, we look back on 2020, discuss the impact of COVID-19 on their schooling, and look towards the rollout of the vaccine in 2021.

News headlines open the show, as always, focusing this month on immigration.

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