UVW Spanish Classes

UVW has started weekly online Spanish Classes held via Zoom by our amazing teachers Martina and Clara! Classes are open to UVW members. We offer intermediate and beginner levels.


5pm – 6pm

English Class

We run a weekly group online English class for our members who want to improve their English listening, reading, and speaking skills in a fun and relaxed way.

3 February


DCW Monthly Meeting

Monthly open meeting for current and prospective members of UVW Designer + Cultural Workers branch. We will split into sector-specific Chapels for focused discussion, and agree actions as a whole group. This month's focus: DCW in 2021!

23 January


Section 44 Workshop

In this workshop you will find out what you can do both individually and collectively if you believe that due to COVID-19 it is unsafe for you to continue to go to work or carry out your normal duties.

19 dec



Join us for an online party Saturday 19th December. This year has been hard on all of us, let’s celebrate the end of 2020 with UVW’s big wins, a quiz and some music and dancing.

17 December

530pm – 7pm


UVW is launching weekly 'Know Your Rights Workshops: Knowledge, Solidarity, Power' for UVW members beginning from Thursday 3rd December.

13 Oct

7 PM – 9 PM

Eviction resistance training

Our brothers and sisters at the national tenants & community union Acorn have extended a special invitation to members of UVW to join their training on how to resist evictions in a Covid-compliant way...

9 Sept

6 PM – 8 PM

Trade Union Rep Training

Being a good trade union rep is about so much more than just knowing the law. In fact, it often has very little to do with the law.

5 Aug

7 PM – 8PM

External Organiser Training

We are offering training to UVW members to learn the UVW organising model and become a part of a cadre of organisers who will build teams to help workers take winning action.

17 June

6:30 PM – 8 PM

Dave Smith: Class Struggle in the Construction Industry

In our third union talk, Dave Smith will provide a short history of class struggle in the construction industry, centred around rank and file union organizing and employers' counter-mobilisation.

10 June

6:30 PM – 8 PM

Professor Ralph Darlington: Early British Syndicalism and The Great Unrest

Our second Union Talk aims to provide a brief historical overview of this legendary revolutionary union movement, focusing on the activity and influence of the British syndicalists who helped to build union membership and strong workers’ organisation through collective struggle.

3 June

6:30 PM – 8 PM

Louise Raw: The Match Women’s Strike 1888

We will be kicking our 'UNION TALK' series off on 3rd June at 6.30pm with a talk and discussion with Louise Raw on the Match Women's' strike of 1888.


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