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Freedom of movement, freedom from violence!

by MIGRANT COORDINATION (Bologna) We publish a text written by some migrant women – students and workers, refugees and asylum seekers – after the demonstration against slavery and against Italo-Libyan agreements that took place in Bologna, Italy, on the 2nd of December 2017.The article focuses on migrant women’s conditions and …

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Striking Amazon across the Borders. Interview with Anton Kramer

by PLATEFORM D’ENQUÊTES MILITANTE S We publish the English translation of parts of an interview to Anton Kramer, member of the Amazon solidarity network in Leipzig, made by the Plateforme d’Enquêtes Militantes. The interview underlines the need of organizing across the borders against the logistic transformation of the command over workers and …

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Brighton Deliveroo Workers Strike Against Exploitation

by CALLUM CANT (Plan C and Class Inquiry Group, London) The transnational wave of strikes that is shaking the delivery platforms continues: here we publish a contribution by Callum Cant of Plan C on the recent wildcat strike against Deliveroo in Brighton. This strike links with the Black Friday week of …

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Striking the Border. Migrants’ Daily Struggles from Ventimiglia to the World

by LORENZO DELFINO (Migrant Coordination, Italy) Starting from migrants’ experience in Ventimiglia, this contribution focuses not only on the violence of the borders regime, but also on the determination of migrants. The attempts to stop or limit their arrivals face their commitment to strike the border, to refuse the asylum …

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Strikes at the Charité Hospital – Space of Healthcare or Profit Center?

by SEBASTIAN REECK (Interventionist Left, Bielefeld) Self-organised nurses and care workers at Berlin Charitè Hospital have been fighting for two years against care reforms together with other workers and also involving patients and people throughout the city. By obtaining an agreement that fixes the minimum number of staff in the …

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