This journal collects articles from migrant collectives and activists from Greece, Slovenia, the Balkans and Italy that show the hierarchical and racist logics being reproduced in these countries, but also that only a common and transnational stance against the war can enable us to smash the divisions created by migration policies during the war.
The journal (published in English and Bulgarian) collects articles of activists who animated the network E.A.S.T. (Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational) reflecting on new challenges around social reproduction in pandemic and post-pandemic times.
This journal aims to offer an overview of the transformations taking place at the European and non-European levels with respect to migrants’ conditions and possibilities of struggle, migration policies, and policies of reception and exploitation of migrants. But it also seeks to show the possible points of attack and connection that can unite migrants crossing the Mediterranean and eastern borders, with those, within European borders, who are crammed into horrible reception centers and those who work at an unsustainable pace, without protections and often without documents.
The green transition is a battlefield that reshapes boundaries and possibilities for social movements, unequivocally demanding to take a stance. This is not a task for climate ‘specialists’ only. This is the task for a transnational social movement. This journal collecting articles and interviews from collectives, unions and activists from around Europe aims at opening a space for discussion on how a transnational climate class conflict shall look like towards the transnational meeting in Frankfurt on 10-12th February.
This reader collects texts written by workers, activists and trade union members from several European countries, who took part in the discussions promoted by the Transnational Social Strike Platform around the issue of logistics.
On the 8th of March we saw a global uprising of women, which has been able to trigger a global uprising against the neoliberal order. Women’s mobilization and the process of organization of which they have been protagonists ended in a massive transnational strike that took place in more than 50 countries and involved all spheres of society.
The first global women’s strike on March 8th 2017 was an unprecedented experience, with the ability to catalyze a moment of exceptional intensity, synthesizing women’s mobilizations against violence and oppression across the world. Accounts and experiences from that strike were collected in our first reader.
This year Amazon will receive an unexpected gift for Black Friday. On this day of transnational mobilization against Amazon, the TSS platform publishes the collected voices of Amazon workers and activists in struggle across the world.
This Journal is the first public outcome of the Transnational Migrants Coordination (TMC), born
after months of struggles and communication among migrants and non-migrants’ collectives from all Europe, Morocco and Turkey, in the first attempt of transnational organization of migrants.
Three years after the previous meeting held in Tbilisi, Georgia, we are happy to announce that the TSS Platform is once again inviting activists, unionists, workers and migrants from several corners of Europe and beyond for a transnational meeting in Sofia, organized together with the Bulgarian feminist collective LevFem.
This journal collects contributions from migrants and activists involved in struggles around mobility and freedom of movement in different regions and countries that are integrated in the European border regime.