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Amazon Workers’ Meeting // Poznan, 21st – 23rd April

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The next Amazon workers’ meeting will take place in Poznan in less than one month, carrying on the work of transnational coordination developed side by side with the growth of the TSS platform, from its first assembly in Frankfurt on March 19th 2015 to the one in Paris last October, which started with an …

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Koper beyond Koper: the Logistics of the Port of Koper and the Crane Workers’ Union

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by ARNE ZUPANČIČ (Social Center Rog, Slovenia) The Conflict Corner this week presents a text on the transformations of the port of Koper, the changes in its management and the crucial involvement of the workers organized by the Crane Worker’s Union to defend their interests against the neoliberal management that …

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Our Fight against Bogus Employment Contracts at Apple

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by CORK BOGUS CONTRACT WORKERS The text we publish this Wednesday offers a cross section of a specific kind of precarity, that of freelancing, in one of the biggest multinational companies  of the world and it tells us the difficulties of organizing struggles and long-lasting strategies to obtain better working …

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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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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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