Video by @IWGBUnion
On Saturday 2nd November, members of the Industrial Workers of Great Britain and workers at John Lewis Store in Oxford Street, occupy the store to protest and demand the London Living Wage. The video below is in Spanish and also has segments in English:
By Ant X / @ant_x_ince
On 28th January 2009, 800 British engineering construction workers went on wildcat strike at the Lindsey Oil Refinery. In the days that followed, 3,000-4,000 more around the UK followed suit. The strikersâ€™ demands seemed clear in the media: they wanted an end to the use of â€˜foreignâ€™ workers on UK building […]Read more →
The international cleaning and security workers union, UNI Property Service Global Union has called Monday 17th June, the day for International Justice for Cleaners. The union represents over 1 million workers and have recognised agreements with large corporations such as G4S, ISS and Securitas.
They have confirmed through their affiliates that a series of organised events, […]
By Justin / @justinthelibsoc
On Wednesday 17th April, in Nea Manolada, Greece, more than 30 Bangladeshi migrant strawberry pickers were shot by their supervisors and bosses and several workers are currently in critical condition. The shooting took place when around 200 migrant workers demanded to receive wages for 6 months unpaid work. TheÂ Associated Press news agency […]
Friday 10th February at 5pm
Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, EC2
Friday 23rd December, 6am onwards
London EC2V 7HH
Cleaners staging sit in at Corporation of Londonâ€™s Guildhall over abuse of women!
Cleaners are staging a sit-in at the Corporation of Londonâ€™s Guildhall in protest at the inadequate response of their employer, the contractor Sodexo over the abusive treatment of women employees.
On Thursday 24th November at 4:30pm, there will be loud and colourful demonstration at the historic Old Bailey, supported by the IWW and Occupy London. The people who clean the offices of the law firm, McGrigors, at the Old Bailey, are protesting against the illegal practices, bullying and the union-busting treatment they have received by […]Read more →
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 →
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