Activist agenda: Free movement; Sick pay; Right to strike

Submitted by AWL on 2 February, 2021 - 5:58
Migrant workers' action

Safe and Equal will now run organising sessions weekly on Wednesdays at 6 pm, alternate Wednesdays discussions, the other Wednesdays phone-round sessions. The purpose is to push its campaign for isolation pay, which high infection rates make ultra-urgent, so help in the coming weeks will be very valuable: email

A particular focus is on careworkers’ isolation pay, and S&E is working with a number of careworkers about local action on that. S&E is approaching other groups which have backed the call for full isolation pay, such as Don’t Leave Organise, to propose a coalition or united front on the issue.

And S&E has a new leaflet for door-to-door distribution: email to get a bundle.

Free Our Unions plans a public meeting in early March, with a range of speakers from current campaigns and disputes talking about how the anti-union laws have affected them. Its next organising meeting is on 16 February.

The Labour Campaign for Free Movement drew over 100 to its meeting on 27 January, “Free Osime Brown, Workers against deportations”. LCFM is now launching an anti-deportations working group: sign up for it here

• All campaign info and links, and model motions texts here

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