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[PDF] TSS Journal // Power Upside Down. Women’s Global Strike

Introduction   by TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL STRIKE PLATFORM   The first global women’s strike on March 8th 2017 was an unprecedented experience, with the ability to catalyze a moment of exceptional intensity, synthesizing women’s mobilizations against violence and oppression across the world. Accounts and experiences from that strike were collected in …

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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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It’s Time for Rebellion – #2018M #Getready #WeStrike

by NI UNA MENOS (Argentina) We publish a document from Ni Una Menos in Argentina towards the global women’s strike of next March 8th, setting the strike’s time. This does not only mean that it is the time to get organized and coordinate locally and transnationally towards the next global women’s …

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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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The Flood is Relentless – Call for a Global Women’s Strike on March 8th 2018

by NI UNA MENOS (Argentina) We publish the translation of the call for global women’s strike on March 8th 2018 coming from the Argentinian movement Ni Una Menos. The call out is already circulating in several countries worldwide. “Our strike”, so says the call, “is not an event, but a process of …

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