Thursday, January 28, 2010

The following item came to Molly's attention via the online labour solidarity site Labour Start. What is it / It's a great new weekly series of podcasts on labour issues available at the new Radio Labour site. Here's the promo.

RadioLabour launching next week:‏
A new weekly presentation of international labour news is being organized on the Internet.
The audiocast - called Solidarity News - will be available on every Monday morning.

RadioLabour is the brainchild of Marc Belanger -- the founder of SoliNet, which was the first trade union online network back in the 1980s.

Solidarity News will focus on union and workers' activities and issues from around the world with special emphasis on emerging market and developing countries.

RadioLabour reporters will provide regular weekly presentations, but a special feature of the audiocast will be reports from unionists who want to report on particular events or publicize an activity of their organization.

Scripts of the audiocasts will be available as aids for unionists who want to learn the use of English as an additional language in the international labour movement.

For more information about RadioLabour, listen to the audiocasts, or provide reports, visit the RadioLabour site. Or write directly to Marc at .

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