Film length: 13:44 As teachers in more and more republican states in the USA take unofficial strike action to defend education, West Virginia teachers explain how they started the movement, and how they organised strikes for the first time in 25 years on a rank and file basis, involving members across unions and non-union members. Packed meeting at the Labor Notes conference in Chicago on April 6.
Film length: 8:28 A major step forward for outsourced workers at the University of London: immediately after their two day strike in November 2013, Balfour Beatty announced major concessions on sick pay and holidays. However […]
Film length: 12:40 Teaching assistants and other support staff in Derby have had their pay cut by 25%, incredible after an equal pay review – which means losing £400 a month for this low-paid, predominantly […]
Film length: 6:07 Britain’s most successful arthouse cinema is shut down for the day as Ritzy cinema workers in Brixton, South London, strike for a living wage – and plan to do so again over […]