On #IWMD22 let’s remember those frontline workers who have died in the #COVID19 pandemic & the institutional racism in workplaces & society that has led to a massively disproportionate toll amongst black workers. ‘Remember the dead, fight for the living’ #IWMD2022
The Wales TUC invites you to join us at an early day memorial to commemorate those we have lost.
Speeches will be made by Mark Drakeford MS the First Minister of Wales and Shavanah Taj, Wales TUC General Secretary followed by a wreath laying ceremony and a minutes silence.
The Hazards Campaign has produced a wide selection of resources to help you mark International Workers’ Memorial Day effectively and visually including ribbons, car stickers, posters, bags, fabric face masks and t-shirts.
Download the order form here
Below is the poster – other resources can be viewed in the order form.
With just two weeks to go until International Workers’ Memorial Day on 28 April, the TUC is urging unions and safety activists to get their plans in place for the biggest event ever. It says there are two reasons for making an extra effort this year – Covid has exposed how worker safety is being disregarded and the union movement globally is on the verge of winning recognition of occupational health and safety as an International Labour Organisation (ILO) fundamental right at work.
TUC 28 April resources and events webpages. Get your 28 April event on the map!
STUC listing of 28 April events in Scotland.
Find out what is happening worldwide.
Check out the damning new analysis from Hazards of soaring work-related ill-health and collapsing enforcement in the UK.