Film looksat industrial disputes
West Dunbartonshire’s trade union movement is stepping up their campaign to bring class politics into the community.
Unison, Unite, GMB, EIS, branches and Clydebank Trade Union Council are sponsoring ‘Belonging’, an investigative feature length documentary about where power lies in Britain.
It is not on general release yet but can be seen locally, for free, thanks to the trade union movement.
The film re-examines events surrounding three industrial disputes, Wapping, the privatisation of Royal Mail, and the dispute at Grangemouth oil refinery, showing the impact of government and corporate power on democracy and human rights.
Belonging will be shown on Thursday, September 7 at 7pm in Clydebank Town Hall and is open to everyone.
It is also hoped someone associated with the film will be there on the night to say a few words.