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Becoming Critical: Deliveroo Struggles in the UK Spread and Develop

by CALLUM CANT (Plan C, UK) Conflict Corner this week gives space to new forms of struggles arising in the UK from the cooperation of Deliveroo couriers with social movements and supporters. The Rebel Roo bullettin project, led by Plan C, actively contributed to this cooperation that is empowering self-organized …

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Koper beyond Koper: the Logistics of the Port of Koper and the Crane Workers’ Union

by ARNE ZUPANČIČ (Social Center Rog, Slovenia) The Conflict Corner this week presents a text on the transformations of the port of Koper, the changes in its management and the crucial involvement of the workers organized by the Crane Worker’s Union to defend their interests against the neoliberal management that …

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Let’s Organize the Outsourced Healthcare Sector. An Experience from Clap- Rome

by CLAP (Rome) The Conflict Corner this week gives space to a local experience of self-organization that was created in Rome with the aim to organize struggles especially in the health sector and more generally against the precarization of welfare, as a crucial point of impact of the neoliberal organization …

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Maternity Care Occupation shows the Way for a New Social Movement in Sweden

by ERIK PERSSON (ALLT ÅT ALLA UMEÅ) Since almost a month the maternity ward in Sollefteå (Sweden) is occupied. Besides the decision to close it down, along with the emergency clinic, the reason for this action follows a series of threats and closures of health care facilities in especially the …

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Our Fight against Bogus Employment Contracts at Apple

by CORK BOGUS CONTRACT WORKERS The text we publish this Wednesday offers a cross section of a specific kind of precarity, that of freelancing, in one of the biggest multinational companies  of the world and it tells us the difficulties of organizing struggles and long-lasting strategies to obtain better working …

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