Mentoring young women unionists around the world
A global union’s leadership training programme / The ILO’s new
Director-General / The LabourStart report about union events / And singing”
This week on Radio Labour, host Marc Belanger discusses international initiatives to mentor young women to become trade unionists. Uni Global Union recently held a two-day workshop for young women who want to work in trade unions, preparing them for careers in the field and addressing issues such as lack of confidence and imposter syndrome.
“UnionLadies” was produced by the International Association of Machinists.
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RadioLabour is the international labour movement’s radio service. It reports on labour union events around the world with a focus on unions in the developing world. It partners with rabble to provide coverage of news of interest to Canadian workers.
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