Archives For Blacklisting

Blacklisted art helmet at Bullying and Blacklisting Conference, Greenwich University, South London  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Blacklisted art helmet at Bullying and Blacklisting Conference, Greenwich University, South London
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John McDonnell and Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

John McDonnell and Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers
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John McDonnell and Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

John McDonnell and Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers
© Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

John McDonnell and Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

John McDonnell and Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers
© Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

Blacklist Support Group outside the Royal Courts of Justice after victory in their campaign for compensation for illegal blacklisting of construction workers
© Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. Locals have suffered health damage because of exposure to heavy metals from the mine.  Rios Leon holds a list of all the heavy metals found in a test of his blood. Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. Locals have suffered health damage because of exposure to heavy metals from the mine. Rios Leon holds a list of all the heavy metals found in a test of his blood. Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, The drum and bugle corps of  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, The drum and bugle corps of Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, The drum and bugle corps of  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, The drum and bugle corps of Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Sergio Tolano head of Section 65 of the miners union, Los Mineros speaking at a rally.  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Sergio Tolano head of Section 65 of the miners union, Los Mineros speaking at a rally. Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Heriberto Verdugo leader of Los Mineros in Cananea speaking at a rally.  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Heriberto Verdugo leader of Los Mineros in Cananea speaking at a rally. Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Striking miners at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs. Sergio Martinez and Juan Velasquez are miners blacklisted for striking.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Martha Patricia Velarde Ortega, leader of the local community resisting the contamination of the river, speaking at a rally.  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Martha Patricia Velarde Ortega, leader of the local community resisting the contamination of the river, speaking at a rally. Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Manny Armenta an orginizer from the U.S. union for miners, the USW, which has supported the strikers in Cananea and their union, speaking at a rally.  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Manny Armenta an orginizer from the U.S. union for miners, the USW, which has supported the strikers in Cananea and their union, speaking at a rally. Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico,  Juan Linares of the miners union, Los Mineros at a rally.  Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations.  They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004.  They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, Juan Linares of the miners union, Los Mineros at a rally. Striking miners march at the Cananea copper mine occupying a pumping station, which has shut down mine operations. They are joined by residents and farmers of towns on the Sonora River, who were devastated by a release of 40,000 cubic meters of acid and heavy metal waste in August 2004. They are demanding the government intervene to force the mine owner, Grupo Mexico, to clean up the river and return the striking miners to their jobs.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

An unofficial picket line is held for 11 electricians made redundant or being in a union by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes. One of those made redundant was Unite shop steward Graham Boxall. He said: We are holding an unofficial picket here. It is an unofficial picket and T Clarkes have issued notices to all their employees who I have asked not to cross the picket that if they do not cross the picket they will be in breach of their terms and conditions. Because to cabin up and not cross the picket is viewed as taking part in unoffcial industrial action. HD Footage. © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk

An unofficial picket line is held for 11 electricians made redundant or being in a union by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes.
One of those made redundant was Unite shop steward Graham Boxall. He said: We are holding an unofficial picket here. It is an unofficial picket and T Clarkes have issued notices to all their employees who I have asked not to cross the picket that if they do not cross the picket they will be in breach of their terms and conditions. Because to cabin up and not cross the picket is viewed as taking part in unoffcial industrial action.
HD Footage. © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk

Unofficial picket line held for 11 electricians made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unofficial picket line held for 11 electricians made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex.
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Graeme Smith, sacked Unite shop steward watches colleagues cross an unofficial picket line after a they received a managment letter threatening them with the sack. 11 electricians were made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Graeme Smith, sacked Unite shop steward watches colleagues cross an unofficial picket line after a they received a managment letter threatening them with the sack. 11 electricians were made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Graeme Smith, sacked Unite shop steward watches colleagues cross an unofficial picket line after a they received a managment letter threatening them with the sack. 11 electricians were made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Graeme Smith, sacked Unite shop steward watches colleagues cross an unofficial picket line after a they received a managment letter threatening them with the sack. 11 electricians were made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unofficial picket line held for 11 electricians made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Unofficial picket line held for 11 electricians made redundant by building services contractor company Tommy Clarkes for being in a union. Romford. Essex.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Protest against Blacklisting held outside Laing O'Rourke construction site at St Pancras as part of the TUC Day of Action against illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. © Stefano Cagnoni/Reportdigital.co.uk

Protest against Blacklisting held outside Laing O’Rourke construction site at St Pancras as part of the TUC Day of Action against illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers.
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Harriet Harman MP joins Frances O'Grady TUC on an Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting - illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Harriet Harman MP joins Frances O’Grady TUC on an Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting – illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting - illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting – illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting - illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting – illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting - illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting – illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting - illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Own Up! Pay Up! Clean Up! TUC Day of Action against Blacklisting – illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Protest against Blacklisting held outside Laing O'Rourke construction site at St Pancras as part of the TUC Day of Action against illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers. © Stefano Cagnoni/Reportdigital.co.uk

Protest against Blacklisting held outside Laing O’Rourke construction site at St Pancras as part of the TUC Day of Action against illegal employer discrimination of blacklisted workers.
© Stefano Cagnoni/Reportdigital.co.uk
Midlands TUC and UCATT day of action against blacklisted trade unionists protest outside the Sir Robert McAlpine office in Birmingham © Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk

Midlands TUC and UCATT day of action against blacklisted trade unionists protest outside the Sir Robert McAlpine office in Birmingham
© Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk 

Midlands TUC and UCATT day of action against blacklisted trade unionists protest outside the Sir Robert McAlpine office in Birmingham © Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk

Midlands TUC and UCATT day of action against blacklisted trade unionists protest outside the Sir Robert McAlpine office in Birmingham
© Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk 

Midlands TUC and UCATT day of action against blacklisted trade unionists protest outside the Sir Robert McAlpine office in Birmingham © Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk Tel 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk

Midlands TUC and UCATT day of action against blacklisted trade unionists protest outside the Sir Robert McAlpine office in Birmingham
© Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk