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Nine Good Reasons for Organizing Transnationally on Migrants’ Side

With this document we aim at opening up a discussion with collectives of migrants and non-migrants, solidarity initiatives, unions around the issue of migrant labor and transnational organization against the current mobility regime. I. Since its beginning, the Transnational Social Strike Platform has assumed the movements and the struggles of …

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Freedom of movement, freedom from violence!

by MIGRANT COORDINATION (Bologna) We publish a text written by some migrant women – students and workers, refugees and asylum seekers – after the demonstration against slavery and against Italo-Libyan agreements that took place in Bologna, Italy, on the 2nd of December 2017.The article focuses on migrant women’s conditions and …

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A Political Infrastructure against the Logistics of Exploitation: Our Project for the Present Time

Final Statement from the TSS Berlin Meeting by TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL STRIKE PLATFORM During our last meeting in Berlin we discussed the nature and scope of the Transnational Social Strike platform (TSS) as a political infrastructure. Rather than being just a meeting place where we exchange experiences or investigate theoretical issues, …

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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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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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