The Glasgow and Clydeside branch of the International Workers of the World. Clydeside IWW meet on the first Wednesday of every month at the Electron Club around 7pm.
Founded in Chicago in 1905, the IWW is open to all workers. Don’t let the “industrial” part fool you. Our members include teachers, social workers, retail workers, construction workers, bartenders, and computer programmers. Only bosses are not allowed to join. You have a legal right to join a union and your membership is confidential. It is up to you whether you discuss the union with your co-workers. If you are currently unemployed, you can still join. We are a volunteer-driven union, and this means we, not union bosses, run the union. The IWW is not controlled by or affiliated with any political party or political movement. No money goes to politicians. Membership dues are used to maintain the union and assist organizing campaigns. As a result, monthly dues are low.
main IWW site: http://www.iww.org
history of IWW: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_Workers_of_the_World