The CWU Young Workers Event will be held virtually via Zoom on Monday 22nd June 2020 from 10:30am – 3pm.

All CWU Young Workers (those under 30) are invited, with branches asked to do all they can to facilitate the attendance of their branches young workers officers or any other interested young worker within the branch.

With the events of the last few months meaning that physical meetings and events are out of the question for the foreseeable future, this is a great opportunity to get together (online!) with fellow young workers from across the union, to listen to some inspiring speakers and to take part in some discussions and Q&As.


10:30am-12pm: Political session ‘Young Trade Unionists and the Future of Activism’ with introduction from General Secretary Dave Ward and speakers including Charlotte Nichols MP. Will finish with a Q&A.

12pm-1pm: Break for lunch.

1pm-3pm: Industrial sessions in online breakout rooms for Postal and T&FS. With speakers including DGSP Terry Pullinger, DGST Andy Kerr, and officers from each constituency. During this session you will be encouraged to engage, ask questions and feedback on your experiences as young workers in the workplace.


To register for this event please email with your full name, branch and email address.

Registrations must be submitted by no later than midnight on Thursday 18th June.

The Zoom link for the event will be sent out to all those who have registered closer to the date.

Any enquiries regarding this LTB should be addressed to Lauren Townsend by email to

Yours sincerely

Dave Ward

General Secretary

20TLB286 – CWU Young Workers Event – Monday 22nd June 2020

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