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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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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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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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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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Logistics and the Perspective of a Transnational Social Strike

We publish the report of the workshop on logistics held during the TSS Paris meeting last October. Next appointment for discussion the TSS London Assembly, where a workshop on “How to strike when your boss is a machine, a software or a chain? Hints for a logistical strike” will be held …

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