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  • Mother of All Marches

  • Public Meeting Marabella

    Public Meeting Marabella

  • September 7th

  • Labour Day Prize Giving Ceremony 2018

    Will be held at the OWTU's Paramount Building, 99a Circular Road, San Fernando. On Saturday 14th July 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

  • Labour Day 2018 Results

    Butler Classics 2018

    Run Male & Female

    Walk Male & Female

    5K Boys & Girls


    Rienzi Cycling Classic 2018


    Labour Day Calypso 2018

  • Labour Day 2018
    Butler 20K & 5K Classics
    Rules Reg. Form 
    Calypso Competition 
    Reg. Form 
    Panel Discussion
  • OWTU Central Executive Gets Fresh Mandate!!

    OWTU's Rebel Movement, led by President General Comrade Ancel Roget, emerged unopposed in the National Executive's offical nominations held on Thursday 15th December 2016, at Paramount Building, San Fernando. PG Roget thanked retiring Vice Presidents Gregory Marchan and Sylvester Virgil for their many years of dedicated service to the OWTU, and welcomed newly elected VPs Ricky Benny ( Petrotrin/PAP)  and Marcus Cordner (T&TEC/Tobago) to the Executive. A heartfelt thank you was also extended to former General Secretary Comrade David Abdulah, who retired in April 2016 after thirty-nine years of excellence in service to the OWTU. The duration of the new term is from January 2017 to January 2020. 

  • Labour Day 2015


  • 2015 CLR James Memorial Lecture


  • “Going Beyond Two Party Politics in Plural Trinidad and Tobago”

    OWTU hosted a  Public Policy Forum entitled “Going Beyond Two Party Politics in Plural Trinidad and Tobago” on Wednesday April 15, 2015. The panelists were: Michael Harris, Vincent Carbrera, Sunity Maharaj and David Abdulah. Opening remarks were delivered by OWTU President General, Ancel Roget and OWTU Chief Education and Research Officer, Ozzi Warwick chaired the proceedings. The OWTU organized this forum in order to provide a space for dialogue on the state of national politics as in this election year this is a critical issue around which there must be a national conversation.   

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