Our database of policy motions from ICTU conferences.

Participation of Retired Workers

Motion no
33
Conference acknowledges and values the work of its Retired Workers Committees and the significant contributions they make to the work of Congress.Conference is concerned that these Committees cannot participate in delegate conferences, in respect of their...
Adopted

Housing

Motion no
34
Congress believes that the Right to Housing is a fundamental human right.It calls for an immediate reversal of the failed official housing policy (Rebuilding Ireland) that has resulted in:tens of thousands of workers – especially younger workers – being...
Adopted

Housing Crisis

Motion no
35
This conference congratulates the Executive Council of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions for the initiatives it has taken in relation to the crisis of housing facing our people.The housing crisis is an all-Ireland one but its worst manifestation is to be...
Adopted

Homelessness and the Working Poor

Motion no
36
Conference recognises the growth of homelessness in our society and the increasing numbers of people forced to live and shelter on our streets, in cars and even with friends or family. We also recognise that increasing numbers of those without a home or a...
Adopted

Equality

Motion no
39
Conference commends the ongoing work of Congress and affiliates in protecting and promoting human rights and equality on the Island of Ireland and in building a culture of respect for human rights and equality in our workplaces and trade unions. Rights...
Adopted

Anti-racism Campaign

Motion no
40
Having regard to the ever increasing rise in levels of racism in Irish society, the emerging number of organisations and individuals spreading hate speech, the increasing attacks on individuals because of their skin colour or nationality and the arson attacks...
Adopted