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Dockworkers Organizing in the Port of Naples

We publish an interview made to Giuseppe D’Alesio of SI COBAS, a delegate active in the struggles taking place in the Port of Naples against arbitrary lay-offs and lack of security in the port. The interview underlines the whole set of transformations that hit the workers in the last decades …

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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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Striking the Border. Migrants’ Daily Struggles from Ventimiglia to the World

by LORENZO DELFINO (Migrant Coordination, Italy) Starting from migrants’ experience in Ventimiglia, this contribution focuses not only on the violence of the borders regime, but also on the determination of migrants. The attempts to stop or limit their arrivals face their commitment to strike the border, to refuse the asylum …

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[PDF] TSS Journal // Logistics and the Transnational Social Strike

  Click on the cover image to download the entire journal in PDF       Logistics, Power, Strike: Elements for the Political Infrastructure   Introduction by the TSS PLATFORM   This reader collects texts written by workers, activists and trade union members from several European countries, who took part in …

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