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Towards the Transnational Women’s Strike of March 8th 2017

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We publish the document written by «Non una di meno», the promoters of the huge demonstration and assembly of last weekend in Rome against male violence over women. Following the launch coming from Ni una menos – Argentina (see at the bottom of the page), an assembly of more than …

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Statement in support of the striking dockworkers in Sweden

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The Transnational Social Strike Platform supports the dockworkers that are striking and fighting in Gothenburg at APM container terminal. About a year ago, APM Terminals Gothenburg adopted a new aggressive personnel policy and is now rejecting all demands for higher wages and better conditions from the Swedish Dockworkers’ Union, which …

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Facing the European crisis, building social power

Diktyo Festival

Workshop on the Transnational Social Strike at the
Anti-Racist Festival in Athens, July 3rd, 7.30PM, Panepistimioúpoli (University Campus), Zografou, Athens. ελληνικά The normalization of precarization is the ultimate political agenda in Europe. It is now explicit that the line of reform from Hartz IV in Germany to the loi travail in …

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The big brother of the «loi travail»: the German Agenda 2010

From Paris to Berlin

The French labor reform that is triggering a massive social strike throughout France is not just a national law: it is part of a European process of precarization and an attack on workers and labor rights. The loi travail is in fact very similar in its attack on workers to …

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15M: let’s cross our struggles, to block each Loi Travail!

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In the recent months we have participated in the strikes that have shaken France. Mobilizations against the ‘Loi Travail’, a neoliberal reform that wants: to increase the working hours, to liberalize dismissals and to reduce wages. This reform is similar to those that already destroyed the labor law in Southern …

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