On the 26th May 2015, the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) opened their campaign against the Royal College of Music (RCM) in order to improve the employment terms … Continue reading
Charges have been dropped against two trade unionists. The men were arrested at a demonstration which took place at the John Lewis store in Oxford Street on 13 December 2014. The … Continue reading
Jake Lagnado, an experienced trade union representative and union activist, will be running a 6-part Introductory Trade Union Rep course to train members in all IWGB workplaces. For more details … Continue reading
12th August 2015 The Independent Workers’ of Great Britain (IWGB) announced on Tuesday 14th July that Nancy Mukoro, formerly a Senior Caseworker at the union, would be the organisation’s first … Continue reading
The IWGB Cleaners and Facilities Branch is looking for barristers or people with knowledge of employment law to help provide pro-bono legal support for its members – see here for more … Continue reading
IWGB notes with concern that the Conservative government’s plans to offer UK citizens an in/out referendum on EU membership in 2017 could lead to the UK’s exit from the European Union. IWGB … Continue reading
IWGB notes with concern that the Conservative government intends to repeal the Human Rights Act (1998) (“HRA”/ “the Act”), which codifies the protections in the European Convention on Human Rights … Continue reading
The Cleaners and Facilities Branch of the IWGB is seeking volunteers – for full details see here and here.