When Couriers Collectivise,
Things Get Done.
Stand strong with York IWGB
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We need you, the public, our supporters and supporters of cycling in general, to tell @CityofYork directly, with your own voice, that couriers, mobility cycling, and cyclists alike should have the access they need. Please, #HelpUsHelpYork 👇👇👇Read More
Companies like @Deliveroo, @UberEats & @JustEatUK pay these precarious workers per order and don't hesitate to fire them if delivery targets aren't met. @CityofYork have a duty to these workers and must provide a solution where these companies refuse to!Read More
📢 Call for Action - FILL IN THE SURVEY!📢 York’s couriers now have a huge chance at winning access to York’s city centre that they seriously need. These key workers need your voice to get through the last hoop, to protect their incomes and their jobs!Read More
RT @IWGBunion: “The union supports the aims of @YorkCycle. As a courier I ride 400 miles a week & see dangers on a day to day basis.” - Ba…Read More
RT @cabyork: Please retweet! 📣 CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS 1⃣ Do you live in York & District? 2⃣ Have you ever been in insecure work (0-hours co…Read More
RT @RachaelMaskell: If you would like to be involved in an online meeting to discuss access to the city centre for couriers, deliverers or…Read More
York IWGB at a Glance
A Distinct Identity
Our workers Union knows that strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our united collective. Back in 2015, our founding leaders realised that by working together we could overcome challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to join forces as York IWGB.