London Tech Workers Coalition
This is the London, UK, chapter of the TWC. We started organising in early 2019, and our first public meeting was at Newspeak House in September 2019, moving to MayDay Rooms thereafter.
We now have regular monthly general meetings online, announced on Twitter and Facebook, usually on the first Wednesday on the month. We also hold various other meetings, learning clubs, and workers’ inquiries, along with other organising.
Our definition of a “tech worker” is anyone involved in the tech industry in any capacity — including programmers, designers, product managers, students, gig workers (Uber drivers, Deliveroo riders etc.), and cleaners and contractors at tech companies. All tech workers and allies are welcome to attend any public TWC London meetings.
Connect With Us
- Currently the best way to see what we’re up to is to follow us on Twitter, at @TechWorkersLDN, or on our Facebook page.
- We have a calendar for all our upcoming public events.
- We can be securely contacted via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also on the TWC Slack, in the
#local-uk-londonchannel; most of our online discussions happen here.
Sign ups to the TWC Slack are centrally filtered and occasionally someone may slip through the cracks and not be granted access. If you have been waiting without a response for more than a week or two after signing up, please email or DM us on Twitter and we can try to help get you in.
- To learn more about TWC London and your rights as a tech worker in the U.K., you can read more in our zine, Tech Workers Unite.
Code of Conduct
All meetings and communications are covered under the TWC Code of Conduct. The privacy and safety of our members is important to us. Sharing the identity of members and or taking/sharing photos are strictly forbidden unless express consent is given.