The march is part of the TUC’s ‘Protest the Right to Strike’ campaign and will coincide with the Conservative Party Conference in the city.
RCM is expecting thousands of people to join in the march against the Trade Union Bill, which makes it harder for unions to strike.
The union is against the bill, stating that it undermines midwives, maternity support workers and other workers in different fields to protest against issues such as pay, pensions and working conditions.
It has also been proposed that the Trade Union Bill will replace workers taking industrial action with agency staff.
Director for policy, employment relations and communications at the RCM, Jon Skewes said: “This will be a demonstration of our members’ anger at the proposed Bill and the serious and negative impact.
“I urge the Conservative politicians in Manchester to take note of the level of discontent this regressive and mean spirited legislation is unleashing. In particular they should be more cautious about the prospect of replacing midwives with agency workers during industrial action, on grounds of safety.”
The march will be held on Sunday 4th October 2015.
More information about the TUC march and rally can be found on the RCM website.