I’m an ex-union rep myself and come from a family of trade unionists, so . . .
I’ve been saying for years that the industry needs to be more collective and organised, so it’s lovely to be able to to help out in whatever small way I can.
Amazing work everyone’s doing.
Teacher, teacher trainer and author at LEXICAL LAB and National Geographic Learning
It’s good to hear that some progress is being made in terms of teachers’ working lives and I wish you all the best in your current campaign. It was in fact talking to teachers in Ireland when I was last there two years ago that really alerted me to the systemic iniquities in employment conditions.
Thanks once again, and you can count on my support.
Students and teachers all over the world are joining again together to fight the existential threat that faces us. The ELT unite branch would like to kindly facilitate you in teaching your students with our free lesson plan.
Don’t forget to join the protests.
Follow us on Instagram @eltunite and perhaps we can protest together at an event near each other. This is one of the Dublin events but other events near you can be located on the Global Climate Strike website.
More resources and information can be found at the following link.
Commercial English Language Sector Report
After months of successful engagement with our branch we thank Mr. Patrick King for his careful and concise report on the sector. It is rare to have a document which encapsulates the reasons for our existence as a motivating and organising force in the sector.
Welcome to the official home of the English Language Teachers branch of Unite. We hope that any information you need about the sector can be found here. If you can’t find what you’re looking for please get in touch and we’ll be happy to find the relevant information and add it to the website.