Promoting  workers’ education as part of the adult learning policy discourse and its vital role in advancing socio-economic justice for the working class

Providing quality non-formal and formal workers’ education that encourages critical thinking, activism and transformation of the workplace and of society.

Supporting the development of education, organising and leadership capacity of the labour movement.

Advancing the unity and solidarity of the working class locally, on the continent and globally.

Upholding traditional union values of democracy, collectivism, equality, human rights and the dignity of labour.

Collaborating with the workers’ education movement locally and globally.