Links

IWW

Industrial Workers of the World – UK www.iww.org.uk
This is the official website of the IWW in the UK. It has news and update from the UK branches, workplace advice and pictures/videos of our activities.

Industrial Workers of the World Worldwide www.iww.org
International website for the IWW. With news, history of the union and links to the websites of branches worldwide.

Solidaridadhttps://iwwsolidaridad.wordpress.com/

Revista oficial del IWW en español / Official magazine of the IWW in Spanish.

General workplace information

Labour Start – UK www.labourstart.org.uk
Online campaigning and news website with coverage of union and workplace struggles in the UK and around the world.

Citizens Advice Bureau (England) https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/work/

General information about rights at work and how to deal with problems. Useful link to resources including a template grievance letter.

ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation & Arbitration Service)http://www.acas.org.uk

Providing information, advice and conciliation services to both employers and employees in the UK.

 

Radical and grassroots groups and initiatives in Bristol (not exhaustive and in random order!):

Alternative Bristol http://www.alternativebristol.com/

A hub to find out about events, groups and news about all things alternative happening in Bristol.

Bristol Anarchist Bookfair http://www.bristolanarchistbookfair.org/

The Bookfair Collective is a group of individuals who came together in 2008 to organise a yearly anarchist bookfair in Bristol. They have an excellent list of links to local groups on their home page 😉

Bristol Radical History Group http://www.brh.org.uk/

Formed in 2006 with the aim to approach history from ‘below’ by examining the actions and perspectives of those involved rather than the views of the contemporary establishment histories.

From Bristol with Love http://frombristolwithlove.org

From Bristol with Love is a showcase for local music, local news and new forms of local thinking.

Hydra Bookshop www.hydrabooks.org
Bristol’s independent and community bookshop, coffee shop, meeting and events space. Politics, radical history and IWW literature.

The Bristol Cable http://thebristolcable.org/

The Bristol Cable is a media co-operative created and owned by people in the city. Free events, a multimedia website and a free print edition every two months.

The Bristolian http://thebristolian.net/

Smiter of the High and Mighty. A scandal sheet covering all sorts of shenanigans in the city of Bristol.

Bristol SolNet https://network23.org/bristolsolnet/

Bristol group of a wider “solidarity network”, a grassroots initiative using direct action methods.

 

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