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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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(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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E.A.S.T. Public Online Assembly: Essential Struggles against Patriarchal Violence

German – Italian –  Slovenian – Macedonian Sunday 29th November from 6pm to 9pm. On the 25th of October E.A.S.T. (Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational) had its first public assembly. About 70 women, workers, migrants, activists participated from several countries: Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Georgia, the Balkan route, Italy, UK, Germany, and …

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