From our motion on A Warwick campus food service for all to the farmer's protest in Indian - food and labour is at the heart of our industrial and social relations.
Will you join students and staff to demilitarise Warwick and show solidarity for Palestine?
Carl Messenger, our Health and Safety rep, and a long-serving steward in the Library, writes about how he started becoming an activist at Warwick, and how the 80s miners' strike shaped him as a politically engaged, disengaged, and then engaged person.
Up-to-date issues and progress regarding the use of zero hour contracts and casual work at University of Warwick.
Greater power to workers and members now that the University recognise trade unions in Warwick wholly-owned companies.
Today, the government has passed laws that could restrict the right to strike for over five million workers. The right to strike is a fundamental British liberty. We must defend it at all costs. Attend the national march and demonstration in Cheltenham on 27 January 12:00-14:00! Contact us to arrange coaches or help with transport costs.