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March First: Courses of Action Leading to an Unexpected Strike

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We publish the English translation of an essay on the strike of migrant labor of the 1st of March 2010 in Italy as a contribution for the discussion opened by the call for a “24h without us” in the UK the 20th of February. As the article explains, the background …

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Transnational Social Strike // Call Out: London Assembly 10th-11th February 2017

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With as many as 2 million EU migrants facing the uncertainty of Brexit, with many non-EU migrants asking for asylum or simply working in the UK facing the exacerbation of immigration controls, on the 20th February 2017 a “migrant strike” has been proposed in the UK called «one day without …

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A Global Flood on Strike. Women and Feminism towards March 8th

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by PRECARIOUS DIʃCONNECTIONS We publish a contribution by Precarious Diʃconnections towards the global women’s strike of next March 8th. The text underlines the unprecedented character of the ongoing women uprising and of the project of a women’s strike. The women’s strike is a chance to give shape to the transnational and social strike …

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Strike against the Machine! Notes upon the Present

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by BERLIN MIGRANT STRIKERS We publish a text written by the Berlin Migrant Strikers, a Berlin based group of EU internal migrants, and part of the Transnational Social Strike Platform. The text launches some elements of debate around the current centrality of the strike as the political practice able to …

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Rebel-Roo // Bulletin

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We publish the bulletin written by Deliveroo workers in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy, reporting the recent struggles as well as the different working and pay conditions. Their experiments of strike show possible ways of organizing in the gig economy and producing connections on the transnational level. DOWLOAD PDF …

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