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#25N : Essential Struggles Against Patriarchal Violence

by E.A.S.T. (Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational) November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. On this day women* stand together against patriarchal violence in all its different forms and shades. On Sunday November 29th we, Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational (E.A.S.T.), invite everyone to discuss in …

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The Challenges of an Essential Strike: Patriarchy, Racism and Exploitation in the Multi-Service Sector

Interview to M. (Non Una di Meno Transterritoriale Marche, Italy) We publish an interview to M., activist and sanitation worker. Women are 70% of the workers in the multi-service sector (providing services such as sanitation of factories, schools and hospitals), and most of them are migrants. They haven’t had a …

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E.A.S.T. Öffentliche Online-Versammlung: Notwendige Kämpfe gegen patriarchale Gewalt

English Am 25. Oktober fand die erste öffentliche Versammlung der E.A.S.T. (Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational) statt. Etwa 70 Frauen*, Arbeiter*innen, Migrant*innen und Aktivist*innen aus zahlreichen Ländern nahmen daran teil: Mittel- und Osteuropa, der Türkei, Georgien, der Balkanroute, Italien, Großbritannien, Deutschland und den USA. Ausgehend von den unterschiedlichen Bedingungen und Kämpfen …

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(Post)Pandemic Struggles in Social Reproduction: Intersectional Alliances Between Housing and Essential Workers’ Struggles in Romania

by VEDA POPOVICI The present text, which we co-publish together with LevFem and Lefteast, is part of a series of publications  on the topics of social reproduction, (women’s) labour and migration in East-Central Europe and beyond. Veda, an activist from Romania engaged in the struggles for housing justice and part …

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Transnational Migrants Coordination Public Assembly: Organizing Beyond Borders

By TRANSNATIONAL MIGRANTS COORDINATION (French below) On the 17th of October, thousands of migrants took to the streets in several European cities – such as Paris, Marseille, Brussels, Barcelona and Bologna – protesting against institutional racism and claiming an unconditional residence permit. Symbolic actions were held in capitals like Madrid …

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