Upcoming Events

23-26 October 2017

  • Reform of Trade Union Structures Conference and GLU Alumni Meeting

2 October 2017

  • UNI-Africa Massmart Shop Stewards Alliance Meeting, Johannesburg, South Africa

8 August 2017, Workshop invitation

  • Crossing the Divide: Precarious Work and the Future of Labour, Johannesburg, South Africa

24-28 July 2017

  • ITF Hubs And Transport Corridors Regional Meeting, Johannesburg, South Africa

3-4 July 2017

  • UNI-Africa Pick And Pay Shop Stewards Alliance Meeting, Johannesburg, South Africa

7-9 June 2017

  • ITUC Climate Change Regional Workshop On Policy Development, Johannesburg, South Africa

Past Events

UNI-Africa Shoprite Shop Stewards Alliance Meeting

15-19 May 2017 | Cape Town, South Africa


14th-16th November 2016 | Johannesburg, South Africa

UNI/FES – Massmart/Walmart Conference

24-27 October 2016 | Johannesburg, South Africa 

IndustriALL Global Union – SAEN Conference

13 -14 October 2016 | Johannesburg, South Africa 

University Of The Witwatersrand, FES GLU Programme 11th Annual Conference

28th– 30th September 2016 | Johannesburg School Of Social Sciences, South Africa

UNI/FES NAKUMATT Trade Union Shop Stewards Alliance Meeting

23rd – 24th August 2016 | Kenya

BWI/FES Africa Network Strategy On Chinese MNCs

10th -12th August 2016 | JHB

FES Trade Union Competence Centre

34, Bompas Road
Dunkeld West

+27-11 341 0270
+27-11 341 0271


  • 11.10.2017 | Publication

    Future energy policy in Southern Africa : What role for trade unions?

    The booklet "Future Energy Policy in Southern Africa – What Role for Trade Unions"?

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  • 20.09.2017 | Publication

    "Modern slavery in company operations & supply chains", a review of current legislations towards an intl. framework

    This paper sets out what leading governments are already doing to insist global business does more to eradicate modern slavery.

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  • 29.05.2017 | Publication

    Chinese MNCs In Africa

    Those who follow China-Africa relations are generally in agreement that state-owned and private Chinese companies have become major investors in...

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