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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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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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Report of the Transnational Day of Action against the Border Regime // 18.03.17

by HAGEN KOPP (No One is Illegal, Hanau) The Conflict Corner of this week presents a report of the transnational day of action of March 18th, when protests and demonstrations took place in several cities all over Europe. The initial call came from groups in Greece, but more networks picked …

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France on Strike Again: The Chance of a Transnational Movement?

 Français – Italiano On Saturday, April 9th, that is on March the 40th according to the new calendar of the protest, more than 150.000 people demonstrated in Paris and more than 200 demonstrations took place all over France, showing that the mobilization against the project «loi travail» it still vibrant. …

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