Organise! - Organise! (2004–?) - Current Activity

Current Activity

Organise!, WSM, trade unions and various political activists picketed a Subway restaurant in Belfast in October 2008 in support of sacked Polish worker Natalia Szymanska.

In April/May 2009, Organise! were involved in the support of the sacked workers at the Visteon Plant in west Belfast

In May/June 2009, Organise! supported sacked traffic wardens in Belfast. The wardens had been sacked by their employer NCP as a result of wildcat industrial action taken by 26 employees. The traffic wardens went on to win their dispute, obtaining either full reinstatement or a choice of a substantial severance package.

In October 2009, members of Organise were involved in both taking-part and providing solidarity to the striking postal workers in Belfast

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