In this episode we talk with ICTU President Gerry Murphy on the future of work, the trade union movement and prospects for Irish Unity.
Gerry, a primary and post primary teacher, was formerly principal of St. Mary's National School in Belfast. He has been a trade union representative at all levels of the INTO in the north, serving at branch and district level and on the union's northern committee. He was chairperson of the Belfast West branch, one of the largest in the north and is secretary of the NI Teachers Council as well as chairperson of the teachers' negotiating committee. Gerry currently holds the role of President of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) and is approaching the end of his 2 year term of office.