Author Archives: edinburghwobbly

May Day on the Green 2017

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Austerity is an Assault on Women

Now is the time for both women and men across Scotland, the UK, and internationally to take to the streets to demand an end to violence against women and the attitudes that support it. The cuts which have descended on … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day: Our Day of Empowerment, Resistance, Celebration

About IWD History… 1909: The Woman’s National Committee of the Socialist Party of America calls for a national day of protest on the last Sunday of February to support women’s suffrage in the context of the broader movement for women’s … Continue reading

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Strike Back! – Spring 2017

Download Strike Back! – Spring 2017 here.

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Anti-racist message from Clydeside IWW | St Andrew’s Day march 2016

Now more than ever we need organising that is: anti-racist anti-fascist internationalist. Donald Trump’s victory in the US elections, following the recent Brexit vote, creates a whole new political climate in the West. Since the 1980s, working class people have … Continue reading

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Report back: ‘Ireland & the Wobbly world’ conference, NUI Galway

IWW members in Scotland are excited about the presence of the union in Ireland and want to do our best to support organising there.  Irish FW Morgan Brannigan wrote this report at a recent conference conference, Ireland and the Wobbly World … Continue reading

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IWW supports UCU HE action on pay, anti-casualisation and gender pay gap

Are we in the 21st century or the 18th?  We do not need to tell you the importance of education for both individual development and flourishing communities.  But over half of academics are on insecure contracts, nearly half of UK … Continue reading

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