The Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust
Established to further knowledge of the philosophy of Marxism, the history of socialism, and the working class movement; provides background, details of grants and awards, news and events, and a collection of articles and other resources.
Marx Memorial Library
A library and study centre in London, specialising in the British Labour Movement and working people; includes a guide to their activities, archives and resources, and a collection of articles.
North East Labour History Society
Dedicated to the study of North East England's working class history. Includes a library of articles and resources, details of publications and meetings, links, and contacts.
The People's History Museum
A Manchester museum that celebrates the history of the working people of Britain; includes information about their collections and archives, exhibitions, and their education activities.
Socialist History Society
Society devoted to socialist and labour history. Presents journal and publication information as well as membership details.
Collection of photographs of events during the 1984/5 miners' strike, together with contemporary shots of the same people and places.
Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum
Established to commemorate the lives, times, and significance of a group of trade union pioneers in Dorset. Includes a visitor guide, history, news and events, and details of admissions.
Trade Union Ancestors
An online library about trade union history in the UK, with a timeline, union "family tree", and resources and advice for family historians.
Trades Union Congress Library Collections
A research library in London Metropolitan University for the study of trade unions and collective bargaining in Britain and wider afield; includes a guide to their collections and services.
The Union Makes Us Strong: TUC History Online
A partnership between London Metropolitan University and the Trades Union Congress. Provides a substantial guide to the history and development of trade unions, and their role in shaping economic and social developments in Britain.
Working Class Movement Library
A collection of books, pamphlets, and other materials dealing with the labour movement since the late 1700s. Includes an online catalogue, newsletter, history, and contacts. Located in Manchester.
Working Lives Research Institute
Centre for research and teaching undertaking socially committed academic and applied research into all aspects of working lives, in partnership with trade unions. Includes information about their research and archives, courses, and resources.