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From Within the Strike Movement. Building a Political Infrastructure for the Coming Struggles

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Since 2008, social movements have wrestled with ways to overcome the limits placed upon modes of organisation developed in response to the rapid transformations in the economic, social and political fields. A variety of struggles against the neoliberal order have been going on in the last years: from the anti-austerity …

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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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Towards the Global Women Strike // March 8th

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From the workshop held during the TSS London Assembly on last 11th February Many collectives and trade unions from Italy, Poland, Sweden, Ireland, UK, Germany, Slovenia and France, who are taking part in the strike of March 8th, met in London during the Transnational Social Strike Assembly, to discuss the …

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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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Migrants’ Strike: An Audacious Moment

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Interview to Valery Alzaga*: From the US May Day of 2006 to Present Challenges * Trade unionist and organizer for migrants’ rights with experience in the US and Europe, now member of UNISON (UK) by PRECARIOUS DIʃCONNECTIONS As part of the discussion opened by the call for a «day without …

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