Online registration is closed but walk-ins are welcome.
Chicago troublemakers are planning a day of skill-building workshops, education, and strategy discussions to put some movement back in the labor movement.
Check out the event program here!
This school will be a great opportunity for union members, stewards, and activists to share strategies and build the solidarity required in these tough times.
Workshops will include: »
The agenda for the Labor Notes Asia Conference is now available online in English.
Due to the strong interest in the conference, registration is now closed.
For questions or more information, please contact Kevin Lin, International Labor Rights Forum.
Building International Solidarity and Defending Labor Activists in Asia
Online registration is now closed, but it's not too late to attend the event! Show up Saturday morning and you can register at the door.
View the program here.
8:30 am-Registration Opens
9:00 am- Morning Plenary - Lori Burris, Oklahoma Education Association on their statewide teachers strike
- Stephanie Kopnang, UNITE HERE, on airport sky chefs voting to strike for a fair contract »
Are you ready to organize your co-workers to win victories at work? These workshops are for you. Learn the basics of organizing and creating a winning plan, based on the popular book Secrets of a Successful Organizer. Learn the time-tested methods that work!
Saturday, June 22, 2019, 9:30 am-5:30 pm
BNH Community Hall 5024 Rumble St Burnaby, B.C.
Saturday, June 1, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Worcester State University,
Competition Gym at the Wellness Center, 486 Chandler St., Worcester, MA
Massachusetts troublemakers are planning a day of skill-building workshops, education, and strategy discussions to put some movement back in the labor movement.
This school will be a great opportunity for union members and labor activists to share strategies and build the solidarity required in these tough times. »
Saturday, May 18, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Tamarack, 1 Tamarack Place
Final program here
West Virginia troublemakers are planning a day of skill-building workshops, education, and strategy discussions to put some movement back in the labor movement. »
The ivory tower of academia does not protect its workers. Across the country, austerity politics are bleeding colleges and universities dry, opening the door for the corporate takeover of higher education. But, like their colleagues in elementary and secondary education, higher education workers are fighting back.
Join Labor Notes staff member Barbara Madeloni on Tuesday, May 7 at 8:00 p.m. EST for a video webinar during which we will hear from students, faculty, and staff about how they are organizing for power and winning on campuses across the country. »
Conversations with Troublemakers: Organizing for the Common Good
The strike is back! More workers walked off the job last year than any year since 1986. Teachers and nurses are at the forefront of this upsurge, and they're using their workplace leverage to advocate not only for themselves, but also for their patients, their students, and the public. Join Labor Notes organizer Chris Brooks as we discuss how winning a better world requires collective action on the job.