Submitted on Sob, 05/21/2005 - 6:23pm
Jest to oficjalna strona Industrial Workers of the World. Znajdziesz tu prawie wszystko, czego potrzebujesz, aby przy³¹czyæ siê do IWW, organizowaæ siê w Twoim miejscu pracy i budowaæ Jeden Powszechny Zwi¹zek. Wiêkszoœæ zamieszczonych tutaj informacji dotyczy Stanów Zjednoczonych i Kanady, ale s¹ te¿ linki do stron IWW gdzie indziej.
IWW jest oddolnym zwi¹zkiem dla wszystkich pracowników, zwi¹zkiem przeznaczonym do organizowania w pracy, w naszych zak³adach i naszych spo³ecznoœciach. Cz³onkowie IWW organizuj¹ siê, aby wywalczyæ lepsze warunki ju¿ dziœ, ale te¿ by stworzyæ w przysz³oœci œwiat oparty na demokratycznej gospodarce. Chcemy aby owoce naszej pracy s³u¿y³y samym pracownikom i spo³ecznoœciom, a nie garstce szefów i w³adzom.
Jesteœmy Przemys³owymi Pracownikami Œwiata (Industrial Workers of the World), poniewa¿ organizujemy siê przemys³owo. Oznacza to organizowanie siê wszystkich pracowników wytwarzaj¹cych te same dobra, lub us³ugê w jeden zwi¹zek, a nie dzielenie ich ze wzglêdu na kwalifikacje lub fach, w ten sposób mo¿emy skupiæ swe si³y i wywalczyæ nasze cele. Pocz¹wszy od za³o¿enia w 1905 IWW wnios³o znacz¹cy wk³ad do walk klasowych na ca³ym œwiecie i zdoby³o chlubn¹ tradycjê organizowania siê w poprzek p³ciowych, etnicznych i rasowych podzia³ów na d³ugo przed tym, kiedy sta³o siê to powszechne.
Submitted on Pią, 02/27/2015 - 9:56am
Pro-Claimant Demo Gets Great Public Support in West Derby
By the Liverpool IWW
Members of Liverpool IWW joined around a dozen activists, including people from the benefits advice group Reclaim, outside West Derby job centre on Eaton Road this lunchtime. This was part of a national day of action in solidarity with Scottish Unemployed Workers Network activist Tony Cox. Tony was arrested on 29th January after Arbroath job centre management called police to stop him representing a vulnerable jobseeker. We protested to drive home the message that ‘advocacy is not a crime’, and aiming to build towards smashing sanctions against unemployed workers.
Submitted on Nie, 02/22/2015 - 4:52pm
By X331980, The Sakuma Brothers Farms, Inc. berry boycott campaign spread to yet another grocery store in Bellingham, Wash. on Feb. 21. A large group of Wobs and friends picketed a Haggen Foods grocery store on behalf of the Familias Unidas por la Justicia farm workers union. This was the first of these boycott pickets organized by the Whatcom-Skagit IWW, and it drew a good crowd. A large, bright red “Boycott Berries” banner attracted attention from the busy street in front of the store. Other picketed on the busy street corner two blocks down. Some pickets held signs supporting the nationwide boycott of Driscoll’s berries and Häagen-Dazs ice cream, large purchasers of berries grown at Sakuma Farms in Burlington, Wash. Some signs urged drivers to “honk your support farm worker justice” and drivers did. Others leafleted customers entering the parking lot with information about the boycott.
Submitted on Śro, 02/18/2015 - 10:23am
Laval -- On the morning of Monday, February 16, 2015, the IWW Montreal, the Student Workers Union of the University of Quebec at Montreal, as well as several other citizens, took part in the disruption of a Canada Post distribution center in Laval, Quebec.
This action in solidarity with postal workers is set in a current context of struggles against austerity, and in the scope of the campaign for a social strike on May 1st 2015.
Today, many workers are directly confronted with the effects of budget cuts to health services, to municipal employees, to firemen and firewomen, to postal workers, to students, to workers in the private sector...
Yet, resistance is organizing itself everywhere. We will not let different governments (whether conservative or liberal) and the bosses impose their anti-social measures on us. The time of a minority enriching itself on the back of an impoverished majority is finished.
Submitted on Wto, 02/10/2015 - 7:56pm
On January 7, 2015, two days before the end of her 6 month probationary period, THRWU member S. was terminated from her job as a Senior Harm Reduction Worker at Syme Woolner Neighbourhood and Family Centre.
S. was terminated immediately and without cause, which is reprehensible but legal in Ontario within a probationary period. During her 6 months-less-two-days at Syme Woolner, S. had advocated for better treatment of workers and against discrimination and disrespect of workers and service users. She was the third person to occupy her position in less than a year.