The Communication Workers Union will announce the result of a ballot of 120,000 of its members at the Royal Mail, with officials confident of achieving backing for nationwide walk-outs
The strikes of 1968 were said to be a landmark in relations between workers and their employers, with the two walk-outs
causing a halt in car production.
And in New Hampshire and throughout our country today, school communities are engaging in walk-outs
and demanding action to prevent future acts of gun violence.
Topics include the legacy of the 1968 walk-outs
in Los Angeles, the production of art and media as a form of protest, community-based organizations as "agencies of transformational resistance," the role of parents in student movements for social justice, racial discrimination between and among people of color, connections between theory and practice at a school established as a direct result of Chicana/o activism in education, and the current status of Chicana/o education and education activism.
Against a backdrop on ongoing nationwide walk-outs
and street protests, the junta promised to rapidly restore constitutional rule following the overthrow of Mubarak's regime.
STRIKES on the railways spread yesterday as members of the RMT union staged two walk-outs
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) served notice of further walk-outs
to take place next Friday, November 6 and on Monday November 9.
And workers have threatened further walk-outs
during December and January.
Warders across the country backed walk-outs
by a huge majority.
With bust-ups and walk-outs
during rehearsal, Gareth takes the singers on a final bonding mission.
But the recent walk-outs
have led to calls by local campaigners for what they call 'dangerous' prisoners to be placed elsewhere.
Speaking ahead of this week's review of the Good Friday Agreement, he said the walk-outs
would allow him to carry out internal reforms.