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TUFI

 

Trade Union Friends of Israeli (TUFI) was established to promote solidarity and strong links between British, Israeli and Palestinian trade unions. TUFI support a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine that delivers peace, economic progress, security and justice for both nations.

Through delegations and events, TUFI works to encourage the British trade union movement to play a positive role in improving the lives of both Palestinians and Israelis. We engage progressive forces advocating peace, social justice and human rights, and highlight the diversity of Israeli society, striving for full equality regardless of ethnicity, religion or gender.

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Delegations to Israel & Palestine

TUFI leads large delegations of trade unionists to Israel and Palestine annually, helping trade unionists gain a better understanding of the issues.

"A thought–provoking and well-organised trip, one which highlighted the needs of workers on both sides and vividly demonstrated the significance of a peaceful solution and its importance for both Palestinian and Israeli trade unions. If you get the opportunity to go, then do it!"

Rob Sneddon
Community Union  

Find out more about TUFI's previous delegations and see delegation photo galleries here.

 

Most Recent

1. TUFI November 2013 Newsletter

2. TUFI October 2013 Newsletter

3. TUFI September 2013 Newsletter

4. TUFI August 2013 Newsletter

5. TUFI July 2013 Newsletter

 

 

 

In Focus - The New Histadrut

TUFI has published a new publication about the Histadrut, titled “The New Histadrut - Peace, Social Justice and the Israeli Trade Unions”. 

The publication was authored by Professor Alan Johnson, who is a Senior Research Fellow at the Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre (BICOM), and a Senior Research Associate at the Foreign Policy Centre.

Click here to read the new publication.