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Migrant Youth on Month-long Social Strike

by STEVEN CUZNER (Allt åt Alla, Stockholm) We publish a text written by Steven Cuzner from Allt åt Alla about the ongoing social strike taking place in Sweden, where thousands of young asylum seekers coming from Afghanistan are fighting since about one month to oppose the new asylum policies, which …

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Call Out: Ljubljana Meeting // 19th – 21st May 2017

After being in Poznan, a crucial junction in the European restructuring of productive organization towards East; after being in Paris, when the struggle against the loi travail and its world agitated the strike as a mass practice of convergence; after being in a post-Brexit London, where migrants and natives engaged …

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Strikes against Deportations: Schools Struggling for Migrants’ Freedom

by SARAH LIZ (Tidningen Brand – Sweden) We continue the “conflict corner” this week with an analysis of some of the consequences and effects of the stricter immigration laws, passed by the Swedish parliament last year. Along with the increased economization of these legislative changes, in these last months the country …

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