The event to debate and question what are, and what should be, the politics of the international trade union movement.
Last year’s hugely successful GLI International Summer School took place from Monday 7th – Friday 11th July 2014. The School saw over 80 labour movement delegates from 28 countries descend upon Northern College in Barnsley, UK for an inspiring week of debate, discussion and education on the situation of the international labour movement and its politics in the 21st century.
In partnership with Union Solidarity International, we have created a permanent archive of videos, articles, presentations and photos from the Summer School. This archived content is aimed at providing an educational resource for trade union activists across the world. We hope it will provide a platfrom for the inspiring and challenging debates and discussions of #ISS14 to continue.
We would like to thank the participants and speakers of #ISS14, as well as the brilliant staff at Northern College, for making this year’s Summer School the best to date. We would also like to thank our funders, in particular the Berger Marks Foundation, for making the Summer School possible.
You can download the 2014 Programme & Guide here: ISS 2014 Programme Pack
You can access all archived #ISS14 material through the links below: