Peace & Justice Project hosts South African trade union parliamentary delegation

Peace & Justice Project, alongside International Transport Federation, hosted representatives from National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa on a visit to UK Parliament.

We were delighted to welcome the NUMSA general secretary Irvin Jim, ITF general secretary Stephen Cotton and representatives from across the labour movement in British parliament.

During the meeting, which also included our founder Jeremy Corbyn MP, former Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP and Ian Lavery MP, the delegation discussed an alternative economic model, the global political challenges, climate crisis and international solidarity.

ITF general secretary Stephen Cotton, Laura Alvarez, NUMSA general secretary Irvin Jim, Karie Murphy and Jeremy Corbyn.

Peace & Justice Project looks forward to developing our excellent relationships with the ITF and NUMSA, and look forward to working together on international solidarity projects and strengthening workers' rights in the UK, South Africa and around the world.

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