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The Members

  T A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
         
  Taj, Shavanah United Kingdom National organiser
  Tarnongu, Captain Nickle Nigeria Union administrator
 

Taylor, Cheri

Australia

Union branch secretary

  Temple, Liz Australia
financial union member
Union organiser
  Teppett, Ross New Zealand
financial union member
National union educator
 

Thomas, Edward

Australia

Press operator

  Thompson, Glenn Australia Union official
 

Thompson, Kenneth

United Kingdom

Auxiliary nurse

 

Thorn, Lachlan

Australia

Union organiser

  Tidalgo, Hilda Veronica Philippines ILO worker
 

Tindling, Michelle

New Zealand Customer service rep
  Tirino, Ronald United States Educator
 

Tiwow, Marcus Wenas

Indonesia Unionist
FESDIKARI SBSI
  Todhunter, Dr Liz Australia Union research and policy officer
  Toff, Steven United States Labor activist / law student
  Towers, Ian Germany University teacher
 

Treadwell, Paul

New Zealand

IT worker

 

Treloar, Ian

Australia

Union organiser

 

Treen, Mike

New Zealand Union organiser
 

Tswaipe, Edward

Botswana

University lecturer

TAWU
 

Tubach, Linda

United States

Teacher and Director, Collective Bargaining Education Project

  Tuluk, Cevdet Germany Galvaniser
  Turner, Lowell United States Professor
  Tuyu, Sammuel Zambia Medical laboratory technician
HWUZ
  Twigg, Alex New Zealand
foundation union member
financial union member
bioWorks for the NZ Partnership Resource Centre. Has worked in employment relations as advocate, mediator and arbitrator, and worked previously in South Africa in the areas of human rights litigation and promoting alternative dispute resolution. Alex has a keen interest in contributing to the growing "alternative story" of designing processes that contribute to positive workplace culture change, as well as interest-based collective bargaining and joint problem solving techniques.
  Twyford, Conor New Zealand
financial union member
Union campaign director, 'Quality public services'
   
  U A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
         
  Uehlein, Joe United States Musician / Organizer
       
  V A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
         
  Vaile, Vanessa United States Retired adjunct  
  van Barneveld, Kristin Australia Union employee
  van der Maas, Erin United Kingdom Industrial Coordinator / Researcher
  Vandaele, Kurt Belgium Union institute researcher  
 

Vandenberg, Andrew

Australia

University lecturer

  Vanderschaaf, Wouter Netherlands Teacher union staff member
  van Dongen, Jeanette Netherlands
financial union member
EU Works Council consultant and trainer
  van Keirsbilck, Felipe Belgium Union General Secretary
  Varga, Joseph United States Educator  
 

Vazquez, Guillermo

United States

Union organizer

  Vieta, Marcelo Canada Researcher and university teacher
 

Vithoulkas, Jean

Australia

Union writer

         
 

 

 

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