Published in: openDemocracyUKWhy the universities strikes are about more than just a ‘measly’ pay offer
It's not just the money, it's the direction our marketised universities are taking - enormous rewards at the top...
Published in: openSecurityViolence visited on Cambodian garment workers
Cambodian garment workers make around $80 a month, taking on long hours of overtime in harsh conditions. Now workers...
Published in: oDRNow I'm a union man
In both Soviet and more recent times, Russia’s trade unions have tended to be an arm of the regime, but Grigory...
Published in: Shine A LightCriminal barristers strike in England and Wales
The British government insists that the cost of Legal Aid is spiralling out of control. The facts suggest otherwise.
Published in: openSecuritySouth Korea: rail workers, repression and resistance
An almost unreported strike in South Korea, which has just come to an end, epitomises how a ‘free’ market can be...
Published in: TransformationA labor of love
Yesterday, September 26, 2013, a mass movement succeeded in persuading Governor Jerry Brown to sign the California...
Published in: ourNHSTaking the battle to save the NHS into our communities
A new TUC guide for NHS campaigners aims to help people fight to defend the NHS, as the impact of cuts and the speed...
Published in: HomeTrade unions and the construction of a specifically Tunisian protest configuration
To understand Tunisia, one must get to grips with its labour movement. UGTT has enjoyed a continuity in history and...
Published in: TransformationOrganizing as whole people
There are no shortcuts to building the kind of power it takes to win meaningful change. As an organizer in a county...
Published in: openDemocracyUKA new dawn for the Unions? Frances O’Grady and economic democracy
The TUC’s new General Secretary seems to represent real change in the 'pale, male, stale' world of British unions....