Camden UNISON’s lobby of the council on Monday for the living wage of around 60 residential care worker and Caterlink school meals worker members got front-page coverage in the Camden New Journal, as well as detailed reporting within. Reel News also made a short film about the demonstration and the campaigns, which you can see below.
You can see CNJ’s excellent coverage of the protest and the campaign here:
- Dinner ladies tell how they are struggling to feed their own families as council rejects living wage plea(including case study: The daily struggle to live)
- Comment: Why the dinner ladies were sent away empty-handed
Please sign our petition in support of the living wage for Camden school meals workers here, and please Like our Facebook campaign page here: https://www.facebook.com/camdenschoolmealsworkers