Join us

We now have online joining!

Before joining, we strongly recommend that you read the IWGB Privacy Notice and IWGB Data Protection Policy

Branch Membership type Monthly fee Online form (the link will take you directly to a blank form)
Couriers and Logistics Deliveroo couriers – Nationwide £6  Click here
Couriers and Logistics Only London pushbike couriers at CitySprint, Ecourier and Absolutely £9  

Click Here

 

Couriers and Logistics All Other London Couriers  £6 Click Here
Foster Care Workers and Scotland Foster Care Workers UK  £9 (First joiner from household)

£1 (Second joiner from household)

England, Wales & NI

Scotland

UPHD – United Private Hire Drivers UK £8 Click Here
Security Guards & Receptionists  London only  £9 Click Here
University of London £8 Coming Soon
Electrician Workers’ Branch (Open to electricians)  

Live or work in London – we will expand ASAP*

 

£10 Click Here

*There’s a vast amount of work to get us going and, as we are member led, our success is totally dependent on being effective. “London only” just means that we can’t effectively deal with matters outside of London just yet. However, as we grow so will our effectiveness across the country. We will open memberships outside of London as soon as possible (only for Electrician Workers’ Branch)

It’s easy to join the IWGB – just email office@iwgb.org.uk or write to:

Dr. Jason Moyer-Lee

General Secretary,
Independent Workers Union of Great Britain,
12-20 Baron Street
London, N1 9LL

Membership fees are set democratically within each branch, which means members decide how much they pay.

50% of membership fees are retained by the branch and it’s up to the members how that money is spent, i.e. to run a campaign, for a strike fund, or for hosting a community social event. The other 50% is allocated for Central union costs such as salaries, office rent and printing facilities.

 

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One thought on “Join us

  1. As a local authority foster carer for 5 years who is facing an arbitrary reduction in payment when the council’s new Payment for Skills Scheme comes into force this year I was most gladdened to read about the formation of a union for foster carers on the BBC Education site.

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