This interview was done by a feminist strike collective from Vienna, Austria. In Austria, more than 80,000 people work in 24-hour homecare, almost all of them are women. They mainly … 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
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
There’s a lack of enthusiasm for getting back to normal. A normality of starvation wages, exhausting shifts, little professional recognition and a severe lack of resources.
We have implemented several changes in our work routines to increase our safety without the consent of the manangement.
Overworked and lacking essential resources, public health workers are organizing assemblies in their workplaces to confront the crisis in Argentina