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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Feb 25th 2015. A day of Solidarity with arrested Scottish Unemployed Workers Network activist, Tony Cox. Scottish Unemployed Workers Network activist Tony Cox was arrested on 29th January after Arbroath Jobcentre management called police to stop him representing a vulnerable jobseeker. … Continue reading
The Edinburgh Branch of IWW joins in solidarity with Edinburgh Coalition Against Poverty(ECAP) ‘s ongoing campaign against workfare. Workfare is an attack on not only the unemployed and disabled but also on workers too. Since our principle is “An Injury … Continue reading
This isn’t as widely publicised as it should be. Now part of IWW constitution as of the end of 2014 due to an IWW referendum, thanks to IWW Gender Equity Committee. Industrial Workers of the World ‘Safer Space Policy’ Resolution … Continue reading
Received from Poland today, with a request to circulate. Feel free to share: We would like to spread the massage of the two attacked collectives. You find it below and on the webside: http://www.syrena.tk/ Solidarity, Agnieszka/Ruda Inicjatywa Pracownicza — March … Continue reading
More on the event can be found here.