Workers Uniting

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The organisation's logo

Workers Uniting is a trans-Atlantic trade union created in 2008 by a merger of Unite the Union (better known as Unite) of the United Kingdom and Ireland with the North American United Steelworkers union (USW) based in the United States.[1] Both unions still retain individual branding and leadership.

The merged union has a membership of three million members.[2]


Workers Uniting opposed the proposed Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the European Union and Canada. [3]


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