Young Workers' Project

The Young Workers' Learning Project delivers courses that give young and precarious workers the skills to build collective power and take control of their work. Hosted by the STUC on behalf of affiliated unions, it supports other STUC initiatives including the Better than Zero campaign, the STUC Youth Committee, and the Unions into Schools project, and helps facilitate educational opportunities for young workers across unions.

Focusing on sectors where union membership is low, spread over a number of trade unions and none, there is a clear demand for learning amongst workers whose employment and lack of union recognition makes it financially and organisationally difficult to access training.

For more information about the project and future events, please contact Cailean Gallagher at cgallagher@stuc.org.uk.

Related resources

Book Week Scotland - Young Workers' Project Download this flyer and join us to celebrate Book Week Scotland with ‘The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists’ one man magic show event on 9 December 2018 at the STUC, organised by the STUC Young Workers' Project.

Chasing the Future? Download the programme of events at the University of Strathclyde themed as 'Chasing the Future?' to take place between 5-13 December 2018, which includes workshops on topics such as 'Philosophies of Work', 'Exploring Feminism through Zines and Cartoons', 'The Truth about Rent, work and reproduction', 'Forgotten Resistance through Fiction and Biography', and 'Who holds the Camera - Film and Cinema'.

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