Vision Statement

Labour education is collective learning and development designed to strengthen unions and their individual members, to instill belief in trade union principles, and to achieve social and economic justice for workers and our communities.

The SFL Education Committee will work to promote and sponsor educational opportunities for workers which are:

View the committee's Terms of Reference.

 

To this end, we will:

To date, the activities we have supported include:

The annual SFL/CLC spring school, input into the design of the U of S labour studies program, the CLC Labour College of Canada, administration of labour education scholarships, popular education design and facilitation training for union educators, promotion of Ready for Work and similar programs aimed at young workers, and promotion of union education funds through bargained employer contributions.

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