Far-right extremism is on the rise, in workplaces, in our communities, and online. Unions and union reps can help tackle these issues by using solidarity, trust and by talking to people about their concerns.
Over the last few years there has been a spike in racist attacks and far-right activity across the UK.
Far-right activists have been mobilising in our streets and online, often seeking recruits in communities which have suffered years of neglect, under-funding and de-industrialisation. But they do not represent working people in Britain.
In this eNote you'll learn who the far-right are, practical tips on how to campaign against them, and how to hold difficult conversations with people who may have been influenced by far-right propaganda.
eNotes are short, interactive, online resources to help you keep up to date on key workplace issues. This one will take you about 20 minutes to complete.