Crichton Campus Saved – VICTORY

 V – I – C – T – O – R – Y- ! – ! – ! campus.jpg

Posted [on Herald forum] by: Jim McFarlane, Glasgow on 12:21pm today…

 

The Scottish Exec may take the credit but it was the grassroots campaign of students & workers at Crichton backed up by the UCU and IWW (industrial Workers of the World) which kept the issue alive and refused to accept Muir Russell’s plans, which created the possibility of this decision being reversed

The Scottish Exec may take the credit but it was the grassroots campaign of students & workers at Crichton backed up by the UCU and IWW (industrial Workers of the World) which kept the issue alive and refused to accept Muir Russell’s plans, which created the possibility of this decision being reversed

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5 Responses to Crichton Campus Saved – VICTORY

  1. ajohnstone says:

    Well done . The IWW helped raise the profile of the campaign to stop the closure and rightfully due credit for their solidarity with the students and staff of the college

  2. Wandering Willie says:

    HUGE thanks to the IWW for all of their help and support with this. There’s a lot of people down in Dumfries currently lifting their hats to you.

  3. Colin says:

    Nice One IWW. Your support for the staff and students at the Crichton Campus, and creative solidarity gave the campaign a massive boost.

  4. IWW Dumfries says:

    A new IWW Dumfries & Galloway Branch is being set up.

    Website at http://www.geocities.com/iww_dg

    for more info contact iww_dg@yahoo.co.uk

    Cheers

  5. Hobbes says:

    Hey,

    I’m starting a new socialist blog called Rosa’s Ghost. I
    was hoping you might add it to your links page. It would be a great
    help. Thanks in advance.

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