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Stockholm Meeting November 2018

FOR A 2019 UNDER THE SIGN OF THE STRIKE!

RESOLUTION FROM THE STOCKHOLM MEETING: ROADMAP FOR STRIKING BACK AGAINST THE LOGISTICS OF EXPLOITATION. A COLLECTIVE COMPASS FOR ACTION. In all corners of Europe, migrants, industrial and precarious workers are striking and leading outbreaks of massive insubordination against impoverishment and precarity: the violent attack against labour and social struggles is …

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Against the Logistics of Exploitation // Final Program (Stockholm, Nov 23-25)

Day one: Friday, November 23 5 PM – 8 PM Location: ABF (Katasalen) Introduction:  Welcome and presentation of the Transnational Social Strike platform and the theme for the meeting: Against the Logistics of Exploitation. Panel preface: Strike Back As an introduction to the evening panel, we have invited Emil Boss …

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Against the Logistics of Exploitation// Presentation (Stockholm Meeting, Nov 23-25)

Highlights:    Read the first program outline: https://www.transnational-strike.info/2018/10/26/against-the-logistics-of-exploitation-program-outline-stockholm-meeting-nov-23-25/ Unions and collectives from Sweden, UK, Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Spain, Norway, Slovenia, Slovakia and Czech Republic have confirmed their presence. Please in order to take part in the meeting fill in this registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/MKJnOiKzRZA3GqMI2 Read the call out …

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Against the Logistics of Exploitation // Program Outline (Stockholm Meeting, Nov 23-25)

First Program Outline. More details shortly.    Day one: Friday, November 23 // 5 PM – 8 PM Location: ABF   WELCOME & OPENING PLENARY:   Introduction by organisers and TSS A presentation of the Transnational Social Strike platform and the theme for the meeting: Against the Logistics of Exploitation. What …

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Strike back in Sweden: not a national matter

The Strike Back movement in Sweden will mount a city-wide disruption in Stockholm this Saturday. Why? Because it calls workers both unionised and otherwise, unemployed or in school – and from any nation – to manifest against a new proposal which intends to make most forms of strike illegal. This …

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