Landlord messing you around?
Agency not paying you?
Job centre making life a misery?
Feel like it’s too much to cope with alone?
We all face problems like these and it can seem impossible to do anything about them. The Glasgow Solidarity Network is a group of people who work together to support one another and stand up for their rights.
Modelled on Seattle Solidarity Network, Anti-Poll Tax unions and the Claimants’ Unions from the 1980’s, the Glasgow Solidarity Network is a non-hierarchical organisation controlled by its members and unaffiliated to any political group or party. It aims to confront bad landlords, bad employers, and bad jobcentres/benefits agencies through collective direct action and build solidarity between tenants, claimants and workers, active and retired.
Next meeting: Tuesday 20th July, 7pm at Daisy Street community centre in Govanhill.