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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Category Archives: Glasgow
Members of the Garment workers union in Bangladesh owed wages & benefits started an indefinite siege of the factory owner’s house from the 30th of August. A hunger march had been held. The Garment workers are linked to the International Confederation … Continue reading
Beginnings are always the hardest. Like the blank sheet for the writer, the beginning is a challenge, it is uncertainty – and tackling it always requires a dose of reflection and bravery. Taking the first step is essential and encouraging. … Continue reading
Our May Day History May Day has been a festive holiday for centuries. As a workers’ holiday, May Day arises from events that took place in Chicago in 1886 when a bomb exploded as police charged a rally. Four of … Continue reading
In honour of International Women’s Day – Friday, 8 March – a Rally and Walk of Pride will be assembling at 12 Noon in the Glasgow City Centre at the Dewar’s statue in Buchanan Street. All are welcome to come … Continue reading
Dear SNP: The Past Misdemeanours of Labour and Union Leaders are not the Concern of Women on Strike Today
This was written by a Dundee Wobbly (in personal capacity) on 24th October – the second day of the Glasgow women’s equal pay strike. There are 8,000 women on strike in Glasgow today demanding equal pay. They are spread across … Continue reading