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The Hungarian Movement Against the „Slave Law“

By MAREK ČANĚK (in collaboration with a2larm.cz) We publish an interview made by Marek Čaněk to Nikoletta Kiss and Balàzs Bàbel of the Youth Committee of Hungarian Trade Union Confederation after the big demo held in Budapest on the 8th of December against the so called ‘slave law’  under discussion by the Hungarian parliament. The law …

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Multitude as Force. Raquel Gutierrez Aguilár and Verónica Gago on the Feminist Strike.

by ELEONORA CAPPUCCILLI (Precarious Diʃconnections) (translated by Charline Kopf)    During the last TSS meeting in Stockholm we discussed about how to foster and boost next global women’s strike on 8th of March 2019 as a fundamental moment of the transnational struggle against exploitation and the patriarchal and racist hierarchies …

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The Acrobatics of the Feminist strike. Male violence and Struggles for the Wage at McDonald’s

by PRECARIOUS DI∫CONNECTIONS On Tuesday September 18th McDonald’s women workers realized the first strike against male violence and harassments in the workplaces organized against a multinational corporation in the US. Several women – many of which were Afro-Americans, Asiatic, Latinas, migrants and non-migrants – took part in the pickets and …

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Dockworkers Organizing in the Port of Naples

We publish an interview made to Giuseppe D’Alesio of SI COBAS, a delegate active in the struggles taking place in the Port of Naples against arbitrary lay-offs and lack of security in the port. The interview underlines the whole set of transformations that hit the workers in the last decades …

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Challenges along the New Silk Road. Logistics, Politics and Labour in Georgia II

We publish the second text, written by activists from Georgia and Solidarity Network – Workers Centre Tbilisi who joined the TSS Platform, around the logistical transformation of the Georgian territory and the challenges it poses to labour organizing (click here to read the first article). The text highlights how logistics …

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