I am a Trade Union Organiser and social justice campaigner based in Glasgow. I support workers to challenge exploitation in the workplace, and work to ensure the voices of often the most marginalised workers are heard
I am a trade unionist with UCU who campaigns against casualisation in HE, and a PhD researcher. My research analyses how archives are used in non-fiction film to reprioritise marginalised histories.
I am an art historian and activist in the women’s movement. I work to support women who are not usually heard to tell their stories.
I am a freelance illustrator and my work aims to comment and challenge socio-economic and political concepts. My goal is to communicate how pervasive and rife inequality is throughout UK society.
I lecture at Glasgow University in Economic and Social History. I research working-class life and politics using oral history interviews.
I am a poet and editor. I’m part of a workers’ coop that produces Gutter Magazine, and am the author of John Maclean, Hero of Red Clydeside.