Interviews conducted by Jesse Oldershaw with sacked Visteon workers occupying their Enfield plant 4 April 2009.
Appeal for support delivered by Kevin Nolan, Unite convenor of the Enfield site.
Leaflet of workers occupying the Ford Visteon factory in Enfield, north London. A ready-to-print copy is attached at the bottom.
Audio interview with Unite convenor at the occupied Visteon plant in Belfast, John McGuire.
Photo gallery of the occupation of a Visteon car parts factory in Enfield, north London, after 200 workers were sacked without redundancy pay.
Sacked workers from the car parts firm Visteon have been occupying three factories across the UK since Wednesday.
Blog for the occupations and pickets of the three Visteon Ford car parts plants across the UK which began when 600 workers were dismissed with no redundancy pay.
A text published to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of an important strike launched by the IWW on the Philadelphia docks, analysing both the strengths and weaknesses of the IWW at the time....
One of the most interesting, and probably least known events in Louisiana history is the Thibodaux Massacre of 1887, the second most bloody labor dispute in U.S. history.
Jesse Drew writes for Processed World magazine on how workers and citizens have used modern technology to assert their humanity, from using subliminal images to blogging.
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