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Final Declaration of the Transnational Meeting of Amazon Workers in Leipzig // September 27–29, 2019

We publish the final declaration from the last Amazon workers meeting that took place in September in Leipzig, announcing the beginning of a common transnational strategy against Amazon. A TSS Journal collecting several voices from different warehouses in Europe and US and discussing the potential of a common strategy against …

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Against Internal and External Borders: Migrants for a European Residence Permit

by TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL STRIKE PLATFORM   [French and Italian translation below] Last 23th of September, the Ministers of the Interiors of Italy, Malta, France and Germany triumphantly announced the signing of the so-called “Malta Agreement”, which provides for the relocation between all participating countries, within four weeks, of those migrants …

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Final Report from the Tbilisi Meeting 2019

Earlier this summer, on June 28 – 30, the 7th meeting of TSS Platform took place in Tbilisi, Georgia, organized thanks to Solidarity Network. This was the first time that the Platform went outside of the borders of the European Union. We encountered there new questions and new challenges facing …

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Amazon Workers on Strike on Prime Day: No More Discounts on our Wage!

With a transnational wave of strikes in occasion of Prime Day on the 15th and 16th of July, workers at Amazon have indelibly soiled the glittering façade of one of the main global companies of our times, paving the way for future struggles. In Germany, France, Poland, United Kingdom and …

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The Miners’ Strike. Renewed Class Struggle in Chiatura

by SOPIKO JAPARIDZE (Solidarity Network, Georgia) Over 3,000 workers in the manganese mining town of Chiatura (Georgia) started a wildcat strike 15 days ago in spite of the three unions that operate there, including one that signed a collective agreement last year that forbids strikes for three years. The whole town …

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