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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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Migrant Youth on Month-long Social Strike

by STEVEN CUZNER (Allt åt Alla, Stockholm) We publish a text written by Steven Cuzner from Allt åt Alla about the ongoing social strike taking place in Sweden, where thousands of young asylum seekers coming from Afghanistan are fighting since about one month to oppose the new asylum policies, which …

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Deliveroo couriers on strike

On August 11th, 150 Deliveroo’s Parisian Workers of CLAP (Collective of the Autonomous Deliverers of Paris), together with the couriers of Lyon and Bordeaux have been striking for one day against the wage reductions (from 7 to 5,25 Euro) caused by the new unilateral contractual modification imposed by Deliveroo. They …

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No More Fear: Migrants’ Struggles in Bologna

by MIGRANTS’ COORDINATION (Bologna, Italy) The Conflict Corner presents a text from the Migrants’ Coordination (Bologna), focusing on the recent migrants’ struggles taking place in Bologna. The text places them within the framework of the current intensification of the connection between precarity and government of mobility, an issue that the …

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