Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in Scotland. We are formed of two branches, Clydeside and Edinburgh.
The IWW is a union that believes in 3 key principles: Democracy, Solidarity and Direct Action. We build our strength through organising our fellow workers to fight against the bosses.
If you’re tired of the reformist unions, tired of terrible working conditions then join the IWW today and get organising.
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11:00-11:50 Superdrug, 117 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3ER Like many chain stores, Superdrug, who made a £20 million profit last year, have been given a massive public subsidy, in the form of unemployed people working for nothing but their benefits … Continue reading
IWW Lobby BMA Council for a London Living Wage for BMA House Cleaning Staff There’s a petition “British Medical Association & Interserve PLC: Pay Your Cleaners the London Living Wage!” on Change.org. Please sign here!
Here’s an excellent article by a Fellow Worker in London, which highlights very effectively the importance of the Wobbly approach in the labour movement in the current economic crisis.
Good news from our Fellow Workers in London: Outsourced John Lewis cleaners have won an immediate and backdated 9% pay rise following their pledge of industrial action. The increase, backdated 5 months, takes their pay to £6.72 per hour at … Continue reading
Thurs 22/11: Anti-Atos Picket, 16:30 Gordon Street Co-Op Bank and Co-Op store Sat 24/11: Anti-Racism March Annual event, 10:30 for 11:00 start, Glasgow Green Sat 24/11: Glasgow’s Radical Independent Book-fair project… 10:00-17:00 Radisson Blu Hotel, 1st Floor lobby, Argyle Street … Continue reading