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Maiden Address by the General Secretary of the BWU
Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:36


The following is the maiden address, delivered by Comrade Toni Moore as General Secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union, at “Solidarity House”, on Saturday, September 6, 2014, the second and final day of the 73rd Annual Delegates’ Conference.

As I stand before you this morning as General Secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union, I am overflowing with a tremendous sense of humility, but more so gratefulness to the founding fathers of this organisation whose vision and commitment have helped Barbados to develop into the country that we know today; one whose pillars are community, equity and, social justice. I cannot help but acknowledge that it is their effort, their valiant struggle that permits me, a product of the lower class, a woman, a young woman, to stand before you as a leader in this male-dominated calling.

Senator Sir Roy Trotman Retires
Thursday, 24 July 2014 15:57

Another chapter in the history of the Barbados Workers’ Union  (B.W.U.) will be closed on Saturday, September 6, 2014, the final day of its 73rd Annual Delegates’ Conference when Senator Sir Roy Trotman, KA demits office after twenty-two years in the leadership role of General Secretary and forty-three years as an officer of the Union.

Unions: The Fight to Survive
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 11:20


Apart from the debate on the forthcoming elections, Barbadians would readily agree that the dispute between the Barbados Workers’ Union and Cable and Wireless over the redundancy of 97 of its workers has been the topical issue on the island, and, among trade unions across the region, who have rallied behind the Union.

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