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No More Fear: Migrants’ Struggles in Bologna

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by MIGRANTS’ COORDINATION (Bologna, Italy) The Conflict Corner presents a text from the Migrants’ Coordination (Bologna), focusing on the recent migrants’ struggles taking place in Bologna. The text places them within the framework of the current intensification of the connection between precarity and government of mobility, an issue that the …

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Call Out: Ljubljana Meeting // 19th – 21st May 2017

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After being in Poznan, a crucial junction in the European restructuring of productive organization towards East; after being in Paris, when the struggle against the loi travail and its world agitated the strike as a mass practice of convergence; after being in a post-Brexit London, where migrants and natives engaged …

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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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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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