500 delegates representing 620,000 GMB members from all parts of the UK and Ireland and from every sector meet virtually to discuss the industrial, economic and political agenda of the third largest trade union.
GMB Congress, comprising of 500 elected lay members, will be held virtually from Sunday 6 June to Tuesday 8 June 2021.
GMB is the direct successor to the Gas Workers & General Union which was formed on 31 March 1889 by Will Thorne. 130 years ago the union spread like wild fire across Britain and Ireland after it liberated gas workers from the unrelenting toil of working twelve hour days for six days a week by winning an eight hour day.
Delegates attending GMB Congress are the members who have been elected to represent 620,000 members from every part of the UK and Ireland and who are employed in every sector of the economy. Congress is GMB’s supreme policy making body.
CEC Special Reports
- CEC Special Report on the Environment & Energy.pdf
- CEC Special Report on Procurement & Spending.pdf
- CEC Statement on Pay and Cost of Living.pdf
- CEC Financial Proposal to Congress.pdf
- CEC Special Report Taskforce for Positive Change.pdf