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Submitted by IWW Europe on Aug 6 2013 16:18
What we stand for: Worker and student rights and self-organisation / Opposition to casualisation/precarious work / A vision for education / Full funding / Industrial (sector-wide) organising / Actions and campaigns / International contacts / Equality and diversity / Countering bullying, harassment, and discrimination / Research, scholarship and knowledge creation
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 5 2013 03:38
Announcement about some new pamphlets from Thoughtcrime Ink
Submitted by Spartacus on Aug 3 2013 07:33
Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around East Asia during July 2013 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.
Submitted by Devrim on Aug 2 2013 17:13
A piece explaining some of the reasons why I left the left communist organisation the International Communist Current (ICC).
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 1 2013 20:03
An account of a dispute on whether a place of work would provide trash cans.
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 1 2013 16:33
A short article about a safety concern at work and how it was dealt with by the author and his coworkers.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Aug 1 2013 13:49
In the Susa Valley and Turin, tens of homes and even restaurants owned by No TAV activists from the group Comitato di Lotta Popolare have been searched in an extraordinary anti-terrorism and subversion police operation.
Submitted by Devrim on Jul 31 2013 11:53
Reflections on current events in Turkey, Egypt, and Brazil and the aftermath of the Arab Spring.
Submitted by Ramona on Jul 30 2013 11:58
A documentary on the failures of NHS treatment for young people with mental health problems prompted a vocal defence of the NHS. Can we criticise the shortcomings of NHS mental health care whilst arguing against NHS privatisation?
Submitted by Struggles in Sweden on Jul 29 2013 01:34
One expression of the recent revitalization of Sweden's venerable 100 year old libertarian union, the SAC, is the organization's 2013 summer tour, a recruitment campaign which has helped SAC come grips with criticisms of being all too focused on the country's three largest cities and in addition led to the formation of new locals who are now joining the federation.
Submitted by Nate on Jul 27 2013 04:45
Article from the Industrial Worker newspaper on fast food strikes in the U.S.
Submitted by Rob Ray on Jul 23 2013 12:48
A certain topic has been dominating headlines and infuriating lefties yesterday, today and probably will for the next generation or so. However I won't be talking about it directly, because I think the more interesting topic is what exactly the government is currently scrambling to put out under the radar while people are either avoiding the press or religiously reading the special pull-out sections of waffle.
Submitted by Tom Jennings on Jul 21 2013 13:18
Exemplary engaged film-making and an award-winning account of faltering attempts to turn around apparently implacable inner-city negativity.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jul 21 2013 07:46
While many people's experience with organized religion has lead them to be critical, these are still the largest organized non-commercial entities in the world. Here is a look at the how and why of drawing in churches to organized housing resistance and justice work, as well as an entire range as we shift to a larger anti-austerity movement.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jul 18 2013 00:36
An account by Emmett J. Nolan about 'job conditioning' around the issue of breaks.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jul 17 2013 23:22
An article about fighting back against write-ups at work.
Submitted by akai on Jul 15 2013 17:50
The so-called “Solidarity” union from a furniture factory in Bartoszyce has issued a scandalous statement in what seems to be a campaign organized by the bosses of Black Red White company to protect its image after the events of recent weeks.
Submitted by working class s... on Jul 15 2013 14:26
Antonio Petalcorin, President of the Network of Transport Organisation (NETO) has been shot dead on his way to a union meeting. Antonio is one of twenty trade union leaders to have been murdered over the course of the last decade, and one of up to 1,000 politically motivated killings in the Philippines.
Submitted by Steven. on Jul 15 2013 08:32
The top ten reasons to be optimistic, politically, no matter how bad the situation seems at present.