This video has already been doing the rounds but I thought it deserved another pop:Read more →
Between 5.00 â€“ 7.00 pm on Friday 9thÂ December 2011 campaigners will assemble at Speakers Corner and make their way via Marble Arch and Oxford Street to the US Embassy London.Â Â They will be there to demand the unconditional and immediate release of Mumia Abu Jamal.
This date marks 30 years since Mumia Abu Jamal was arrested and […]
On Monday 7th November at 10am, the cleaners of the prestigious London Guildhall will be holding a noisy and lively protest against their direct employers, Sodexo, and also the City of London Corporation, who control the cleaning contract. Their demands are: dignity and respect at work from management, the reinstatement of victimised union rep Wilmer […]Read more →
After the disgraceful footage of the brutal police crackdown at the Occupy Oakland assembly on Tuesday,Â this film shows the context in a beautifully clear way.
This is the most inspiring yet harrowing film I’ve seen so far on the Occupy Movements.
From the UNISON website and other Unison sources:
Today is World Day for Decent Work and there is a demonstration at 12:30-1:30 in front of Technopark building, London South Bank University, London Road SE1 6LN (nearest tube Elephant and Castle) as the cleaners are campaigning for the London Living Wage.
â€œWe, the cleaners at London South Bank […]
Today activists held a funeral outside high end fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana’s Old Bond Street store to send a message to brand owners that killing workers for fashion is unacceptable.
Protesters, headed up by workers’ rights group Labour Behind the Label, were calling on the brand to ban ‘sandblasting’ in its supply chain â€“ a […]Read more →
From Migrant Rights’ Network:
Mihir Bose speaking at TEDxEastEnd:
Several hundreds garment workers have observed a token hunger strike in front of Bangladeshi National Press Club in Dhaka today demanding payment of workers’ dues, including wages arrears and allowances from five garment factories and legal compensation of retrenched workers of four garment factories.
Bangladeshi National Garment Workers Federation (NGWF) organised the hunger strike, which […]
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