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HTUP 106th Session

January 9th to February 17th, 2017


The 21st century will be remembered as a pivotal time in labor history. With the break-up of the AFL-CIO and an increasingly hostile political climate , labor, now more than ever, faces unique challenges in an uncertain future.

Harvard's Trade Union Program, that recently celebrated its 70th anniversary, brings together an exceptional group of renowned academics and practitioners to confront these challenges head on and to equip union leaders with the tools they need to meet them.

The Program offers an intensive 6-week residential session for approximately 30 experienced union officials and senior staff and includes a curriculum built around a set of core courses supported by
topical seminar series.

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