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Youth Fight for Jobs has been invited to speak at the NSSN conference on 4 July. See their website for details

Raise the minimum wage: £10 now with no youth exemptions

Scrap zero-hours contracts!


Find out more and get involved with Youth Fight for Jobs (YFJ) and Fast Food Rights by clicking here

-Join a union: Youth Fight for Jobs is working in association with Fast Food Rights, a campaign initiated by the Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU). If you join the union they can help you and your workmates use your collective strength to fight for better pay and conditions. Find out more about what the union offers here.

-Not in Fast Food? Still get involved.  Our campaign is political and we welcome support from people of all walks of life. Youth Fight for Jobs is not just about fast food workers. We campaign on a range of issues relating to young people. Most importantly, we are fighting for decent jobs with guaranteed hours and full trade union rights for everyone. We say no to the twin scourges of unemployment and underemployment. Secure jobs paid a living wage of £10/hr for all.

Read about the fantastic victory for the $15 an hour minimum wage campaign here

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Send your donations to PO Box 858, Leytonstone, London, E11 1YG

Call us on 020 8558 7947 or email for more info