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Order does not Reign in Europe. On the Yellow Vest Insurrection and the Transnational Challenge

by TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL STRIKE PLATFORM Together with the French translation we publish again this text discussing the Yellow Vests’ movement, recognizing its transnational relevance, and following a long engagement with French political situation, which led, among other things, to the organization of the meeting ‘From France to Europe’ during the movement against the …

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March 8th – The Weekly Striker n. 2: Women Take Back the Political Strike in Germany

For this second issue of The Weekly Striker (see n. 1 here) we interviewed Johanna and Tessi from the Berliner Frauen*Streik Netzwerk (Network of Women’s Strike – Berlin) who tell us their experience of organizing the feminist strike in Germany. What is striking in their story is the importance of …

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Block Black Friday/Block the Logistics of Exploitation

As the Transnational Social Strike (TSS) platform we look forward to the outcome of the strikes and the coordinated actions under the banner “Make Amazon Pay” planned for today November 24th, so-called “Black Friday”, that are happening in several European locations. As we wrote in our publication Logistics and the …

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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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Against Macron and the Loi Travail XXL! Let’s Strike in France and Europe!

by SUD COMMERCES & SERVICES We publish a statement written by the Union Syndicale Solidaires SUD Commerce & Services on occasion of the general and national strike taking place today 12th September all over France against Macron’s attack on workers’ rights and calling to take up the transnational challenge that can make …

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