CPE

Why not the autumn of the communes?: A response to the Jacobins

viva la commune!

A response to Jacobin magazine's discussion on the #Occupy movement, by a student who experienced the 2009-2010 University of California protests and occupations. The author relates the movements back to the 'communisation' tendency within recent events in France.

What happened after the Paris suburb riots? 2005

Mouvement Communiste on the aftermath of the Paris suburban riots of 2005, the reaction of the right and resulting new government policies.

2005-06 The rebellion of young proletarians in France - interview

Assembly of an anti-CPE occupation

Three years on, Greek communist group Blaumachen interviews Jeanneneton, a participant in the movement against the labour liberalisation law CPE. Posted online on November 9th 2009, taken from Blaumachen's website.

Cyril Ferez

Cyril Ferez, beaten by CRS riot police during the anti-CPE protests in 2006.

France: employment law ruled to be in breach of international law

The Appeal Court in Paris has ruled that the CNE is in violation of international employment law.

France: employment law ruled to be in breach of international law

The Appeal Court in Paris has ruled that the CNE is in violation of international employment law.

Mouvement Communiste CPE leaflets for students and building workers

Assembly at Jussieu university

Two leaflets about the CPE employment law. The first from 27 March, by some students in Jussieu to the building workers directly employed by this university in Paris. The second one was distributed in a student General Assembly, a little after the end of the movement.

A lovely spring in France - CPE report by Mouvement Communiste

18 March demonstration

A report on the unrest and struggle agains the CPE employment law by Mouvement Communiste, a Paris based collective.