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: Scottish Education Workers’ Network
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
DEFEND HIGHER ED PENSIONS The pensions of the staff at Scottish universities covered by the USS pension scheme are under attack. Staff with many years of service and who are preparing to retire are now being told that their pensions … Continue reading
Fellow education workers! The next meeting of the Scottish Education Workers Network will be on Tuesday, 24 June, at 7 pm at the Electron Club space of CCA in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. I hope you will be able to attend this meeting. … Continue reading
The Scottish Education Workers Network is now in its second year as an IWW-initiated industrial organising project. Our purpose is to help bring together workers throughout the education sector and across job titles. SEWN stands for eliminating the disparity in … Continue reading