We will help union leaders, both national and grassroots, all labour initiatives and organisations to grasp, understand and monitor the deep-going changes around their workplaces, local regions, national borders and the globe which we should rather call “working class’s home”.

We will helprepresentatives of labour to learn about the opportunities presented to them by all-embracing global changes in production and distribution, and organisation of personal lives of the 99% of humanity.

We will work together with the unions to understand the importance of self-learning, self-confidence, self-awareness and raised consciousness based on the democratic culture and humanist philosophy of labour to be able to win the future struggles in the battlegrounds of the one-world market.

We will therefore have an eye on strengthening the unions’ capacity over learning, training and educating their members, reps and professionals in the spirit of global struggle.

We will help within the capacity of our Memorandum, organising solidarity and unity at all levels between elected workers’ bodies, initiatives and institutions which contribute at any instance of life to the workers’ struggle in sciences, research, democratic education, training, organising their social-cultural or political life.

We will initiate and/or duly support in our own capacity all independent, scientific research and organisational work of quality which supports our aims.

We will monitor the current developments in Turkey, U.K., E.U. and the world over to keep ourselves as a highly informed organisation capable of realising own objectives.

We will continue to promote our activities and demonstrate the added high value of “unity – internal democracy – militancy” and humanist philosophy in the workers’ world.

We will continue to monitor and improve the effectiveness of our organisation in order to meet our stated objectives, including implementing an equality assessment of both internal and external activity.

EMAR-EFLR wants tobecome a centre of excellence for supporting high quality research and education activity for and by the unionised workers, and disseminating the information on best practices through “exchange of experiences” among the workers and/or their organisations.