About Boycott Workfare
Boycott Workfare is a UK-wide campaign to end forced unpaid work for people who receive welfare.
We are a grassroots campaign, formed in 2010 by people with experience of workfare and those concerned about its impact.
We expose and take action against companies and organizations profiting from workfare; encourage organisations to pledge to boycott it; and actively inform people of their rights.
Boycott Workfare is not a front for any political party, or affiliated with any political party. Anyone who shares our aims is welcome to get involved.
Boycott Workfare actively informs claimants of their rights and provides information to support claimants in challenging workfare and sanctions. Boycott Workfare do not currently have the capacity to take on casework and we recommend that claimants contact local organisations for 1-1 advice and support.
Find a group near you
Fighting workfare in Waltham Forest
Come along to London Boycott Workfare meetings at Old Fire Station,84 Mayton Street, N7 6QT. Nearest tubes Finsbury Park (Victoria/Piccadilly line) or Holloway (Piccadilly). It is also close to bus routes 91, 29, 253, 153 (Nags Head, Holloway stop).
7pm on these Wednesdays: 8th April, 13th May, 10th June, 8th July, 12th August, 9th September
(Please note: we are happy to speak to journalists, but media are not invited to our meetings).
If you can’t make it, but would like to feed in ideas or thoughts beforehand, please email us a few days in advance.
kilburnunemployed[at]gmail[dot]com – meet 3 pm every Thursday: room 6, Kingsgate Community Centre, 107 Kingsgate Road, NW6 2JH
- Greater Manchester Unite Community
- Manchester Solidarity Federation
- Salford Unite Community
- Salford Unemployed and Community Resource Centre, 84-86 Liverpool Rd, Manchester M30 0WZ, 0161 789 2999
- Tameside Against the Cuts
National Jobseekers Association – c/o 112 Douglas Close, Wallington, Surrey, SM6 9JT
Single Mothers Self Defence – firstname.lastname@example.org
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