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Logistics and the Perspective of a Transnational Social Strike

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We publish the report of the workshop on logistics held during the TSS Paris meeting last October. Next appointment for discussion the TSS London Assembly, where a workshop on “How to strike when your boss is a machine, a software or a chain? Hints for a logistical strike” will be held …

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The H&M Experience: Organizing Retail Workers in the Age of Precarity

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We continue our new website section called “conflict corner” with an article from TIE (Transnationals Information Exchange), which is a global grassroots network of workers active in workplaces and communities. In the text the German section discusses successful experiences of self-organizing in the fashion company H&M, which is “a forerunner …

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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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Заключителен доклад от срещата на ТСС в Париж

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150 души взеха участие в различни моменти от тридневната среща на платформaта ТСС (Транснационална Социална Стачка) в Париж на 21-22-23 октомври. В Париж пристигнаха работници и активисти от Италия, Великобритания, Португалия, Словения, България, Полша, Швеция, Германия и Белгия. От главните герои на френското движение срещу Трудовия Закон на Оланд, до работници от складовете …

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Final Statement of the TSS Meeting in Paris

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български – Deutsch – Français – Italiano – Polskie 150 people took part in the different moments of the three days meeting of the TSS Platform in Paris on the 21-22-23 October. Workers and activists reached Paris from Italy, UK, Portugal, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Poland, Sweden, Germany and Belgium. From the protagonists of the …

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