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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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Transnational Social Strike: Call Out for the Berlin Meeting (10-12th November 2017)

TSS PLATFORM – 2 YEARS IN, WHERE ARE WE AND WHERE ARE WE GOING On November 10th-12th 2017, the Transnational Social Strike Platform (TSS) that involvs radical unions, workers and social movement collective’s, migrants and  activists will meet in Berlin to further develop the TSS as a political infrastructure. From …

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[PDF] TSS Journal // Logistics and the Transnational Social Strike

  Click on the cover image to download the entire journal in PDF       Logistics, Power, Strike: Elements for the Political Infrastructure   Introduction by the TSS PLATFORM   This reader collects texts written by workers, activists and trade union members from several European countries, who took part in …

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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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How do we Strike when our Boss is a Machine, a Software or a Chain? Struggles in the Gig Economy

by JOHN MURRAY (Plan C, UK) We publish a report of the current struggles carried on by Deliveroo, Uber and UberEats workers in the UK. Next appointment for discussion the workshop on logistical strike at the TSS London Assembly on Feb. 11th, with the participation of the curriers protagonists of …

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