Labour website of the year 2004

It’s that time of year again — voting has begun the Labour Website of the Year. This annual competition, which began in 1997, allows trade unionists around the world to vote for their favourite union websites.
The Labour Website of the Year is the only global competition open to all trade union websites and aims to encourage excellence in website design in the international trade union movement.

Last year, the winning site belonged to Canada’s largest union, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), an excellent site based on open source software tools. It competed with 467 other sites to win the competition. Over 5,500 trade unionists participated in the voting. Three British sites made the top ten (30KFirePay