Stuart Graham: It's time to bring climate action to Glasgow's workplaces
After the announcement that Glasgow will host the UN Climate Summit in December 2020, Glasgow Union social work branch co-convenor Stuart Graham says trade unionists in the city need to get organised for the huge challenges of the Climate Emergency which lie ahead
AS THE climate emergency climbs higher up the political agenda and pushes its way onto our screens and into our public spaces, any relatively informed observer could reasonably expect that government at local and national level will devise effective strategies to tackle it.
The cybernetics of effective organisation: trade unions and technological change
Worldwide, trade unions are grappling with emergent technologies and their impact upon organised labour – what conclusions have been drawn, and what questions still need answered?
THE perception that organised labour exists at odds with technological change is not new.
Interview with women of the Glasgow Equal Pay Strike - 8 months on
What did the Glasgow Women’s Strike mean to those involved, and what is it’s legacy?
IN OCTOBER of 2018, historic equal pay strikes rocked the city of Glasgow. Eight months later and payouts are starting to be made.
CommonSpace journalist David Jamieson met with some of the women involved with the strike to find out what it meant to them.