There is a golden thread that links the Matchgirls Strike from 1888 to today. A new collection of poems and prose gives fresh perspectives. CONTINUE READING
Companion blog to the new episode feat. Artists’ Union Zita Holbourne, Mel Simms’ #thought4theweek and Josiah Mortimer’s #RadicalRoundUp. CONTINUE READING
In depth – the ACAS view on the future of work and fairness at work plus the latest from Mel Simms and Josiah Mortimer. CONTINUE READING
In this special episode, Simon chats with GMB National Organiser Martin Smith on his union’s ground-breaking deal with Uber.
A candid conversation about the opportunities and challenges of organising in a company known for its hostility to unions puts the deal in economic and historical context – and nothing is off-limits. CONTINUE READING
Links and background to the latest UnionDues podcast – community activism and unions, shop-workers transformed, and much more. CONTINUE READING
“The biggest job is translating a union and its benefits for a generation that doesn’t understand what they are.” Have UTAW broken the mould of old-style unionising? CONTINUE READING
UnionDues returns, featuring Mel Simms, Josiah Mortimer and special guest John Earls CONTINUE READING