Dead Pigeon Gallery presents Dockers – The ‘95 to ‘98 Liverpool Lockout, a documentary photography exhibition by Dave Sinclair of the Liverpool dockers strike.
Trade Unions / Employment
The Lucas Plan was a bold endeavour by workers to swap from designing and making weapons of war, to socially useful products such as wind turbines, kidney machines and electric cars.
28th April is International Workers Memorial Day, when annually around the world those who have lost their lives in the work place are remembered, while safety in the workplace – or lack of it – is highlighted to protect the living.
Interview with a Deliveroo Courier in Liverpool.
Roovolt: Deliveroo couriers in Liverpool taking solidarity action.
Night cover plans have been postponed at Liverpool City Centre and Wallasey Fire Stations but cuts to the service are still being imposed with a new crewing duty system introduced.
Ritchie Hunter reports on campaign to stop Fire Stations in Liverpool City Centre and Wallasey from being closed for 12 hours at night.
Feature by Lisa Worth on the strike at Cammell Lairds in 1984, in which she interviews Eddie Marnell, a shop steward at that time, who is still campaigning for justice.
Come together to celebrate International Workers Day and protest against the Tory cuts being implemented by Labour Councils!
1 Day Without Us is a National Day of Action on 20th Feb 2017 to celebrate the contribution of migrants to the UK, to coincide with UN World Day of Social Justice.
Sonia tells of her experience of coming from Europe to live in Liverpool and work at one of the Albert Docks most expensive hotel.
Staff and students have united against cuts, as the management of Liverpool City College continue to attack the conditions of staff.
Recent gains by workers in low paid, precarious jobs, show they are getting organised.
Report by Minnie Stacey on the session at the Momentum conference at Liverpool’s Black-E where tough questions about Trade Unions in the 21st century and the challenges they face were addressed.
Founded in 1905 and known by many as The Wobblies, IWW is an international union with 100 years of history in class struggle.