14 September 2009
On the first day of this week's TUC conference in Liverpool, delegates have made a public stand against racism.
The TUC's Brendan Barber is pictured right with Gee Walker standing side by side amongst delegates as a silent vigil was held today to remember those lost in racist attacks.
Gee Walker lost her son, Anthony Walker, in one such attack. Read Gee Walker's speech to conference.
BECTU will be involved in the delivery of two motions this week - one on illegal file-sharing, the other on the future for minimum wage regulations. Keep in touch with developments throughout this week by accessing the special conference site Congress Voices.