Work Must Pay addressed a R2W/R2C public meeting in Unite’s Abbey Street Offices tonight, alongside comrades from the Dunnes’ dispute (Mandate Union) and from New Zealand. The latter have been involved in the Unite Union over there to ban zero-hour contracts in that country earlier in the year, primarily by organising fast-food workers. See below for photos of the speaker from Work Must Pay.
The meeting was well attended, with many young trade unionists at hand to hear about the campaign’s success and why they should come on board. It is only by following the examples of Unite in New Zealand and the Right2Water campaign that we will succeed in abolishing JobBridge and other free labour schemes, that is, through unity and militant action.