The wildcat strike of Romanian agricultural workers in Bornheim shows that struggles are possible even under conditions of racist super-exploitation.
I received news, a few days ago, of the death of a colleague of mine. He was just short of 60 years old. In addition to the pain felt at the umpteenth loss of a fellow worker, there is also the chilling, terrifying awareness that this fate could befall any of us.
Workers, act now, or pay later? – Tune in and sick out! Naming and shaming bad employers is de rigueur in the times of Corona. Just last week, the bigwig … Read More
Written by The Passenger. Mandatory quarantine is being further extended across Argentina. If it first few weeks saw a relative calm, this strange social peace – promoted by the new … Read More
By Andrea Rinaldi, first appeared on commonware.org. The bike wheels spin through the centre of a deserted and silent Bologna: there is a gourmet burger to deliver. Even in the … Read More
By a worker in Delhi. First published on Kaam se chutti (Time off Work) On the second day of the nationwide lockdown, March 24th, there was a clash between workers … Read More
This leaflet was distributed in supermarkets and other public locations by a number of militant collectives across Italy. It refers to the fact that Confindustria, the Italian industrial bosses’ association, pressured the government to keep non-essential workplaces open.
Originally published on Classe en lutte. In the context of the COVID-19 crisis, this document seeks to relay an experience of everyday life within the hospital. Although the conditions in which … Read More