Young Workers

  • Climate Action and the Mobilisation of Young Workers are Two Sides of the Same Coin
    by Hayley Moffat on 21/01/2022 at 15:36

    Throughout November, the National Young Workers Committee were thinking about various issues that impact young workers as part of Young Workers Action Month. In this blog, committee member, Laura Marshall, explores the challenges young workers face in the workplace and wider society, due to the hegemony of neoliberalism. Together, we will also consider the ways

  • The Truth about Zane: Important breakthrough in the push for justice
    by Hayley Moffat on 22/09/2020 at 08:33

    Those who have been following the Truth about Zane campaign should know about an important breakthrough in the push for justice. And those who have not yet heard of this campaign will be incredibly moved when they learn of the injustices which a family in Surrey have consistently faced in the wake of their son’s

  • They Don’t Call it a Struggle for Nothing
    by Hayley Moffat on 29/06/2020 at 08:49

      John Carson writes an appeal to fellow left-wing activists looking to leave the Labour Party in the wake of the sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey… Emotions are running high since the sacking, on June 25th, of the Shadow Education Secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, by Labour leader Keir Starmer, but, whatever your strength of feeling on this,

  • Heartbeak, tragedy and the search for answers
    by April O'Neill on 21/05/2020 at 14:19

    Luke Elgar writes about the campaign led by Kye Gbangbola and supported by the Fire Brigades Union, as well as the CWU and other organisations and individuals, calling for a full Panel Inquiry into the tragic death of Kye’s seven-year-old son Zane at their Surrey home in 2014… The story of seven-year-old Zane Gbangbola is

  • Send My Kids Back To School?
    by April O'Neill on 15/05/2020 at 12:45

    For families in lockdown with small children, life can be a somewhat mixed bag; a wonderful time filled with cuddles and quality time with your little angles and a unique hellscape of tantrums and screaming over which child gets to pick what’s on the telly. A WWE style showdown on whether to watch Peppa Pig