Submitted by working class s... on Sep 1 2012 11:56
On Thursday, approximately sixty unidentified goons carrying hammers broke into the offices of a workers advocacy group in Shenzhen, China.
Submitted by Jim Clarke on Aug 31 2012 15:00
Forthcoming: 'Fighting for ourselves: anarcho-syndicalism and the class struggle' – a new pamphlet by the Solidarity Federation
Submitted by Phil on Aug 30 2012 23:19
Yesterday, the Public and Commercial Services union announced that strike action due to be taken by HM Revenue & Customs workers on Monday had been suspended. This supposedly followed "significant progress" in negotiations with the employer. The reality is quite different, in a campaign that has been mismanaged (at best) for coming on two years.
Submitted by Alasdair on Aug 30 2012 20:00
As the dispute continues in Marikana, and appears to be spreading to both other platinum mines and to more workers at Lonmin, is it worth taking a step back from the immediate actions and considering the broader economic effect of the strikes?
Submitted by libcom on Aug 29 2012 15:48
A log of updates, new features and improvements we make to libcom.org.
Submitted by IWW Europe on Aug 29 2012 01:56
Industrial Workers of the World (European Regional Administration) statement of solidarity with the Student Movement and student/university strikes in Chile (cf. attached PDF).
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Aug 28 2012 18:03
Workers occupy coolmine in Sulcis, one of the poorest regions of Sardinia, to protest poverty and demand state aid in order to restart production. The occupation has been ongoing since August 26 and its pool of supporter is growing stronger.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Aug 28 2012 17:54
Two months into their struggle, the migrant workers at Castelnuovo Scrivia, near Alessandria, have started up new strikes on August 1. They are protesting exploitative working conditions in the farming sector. Their struggle has gained support from several associations, labor unions, and political parties.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 28 2012 00:05
Submitted by Phil on Aug 27 2012 22:52
From the 9th to the 12th September, Brighton will play host to the 144th TUC Congress. As is the norm lately, this will be preceded by a "lobby" from Socialist Party front the National Shop Stewards Network. These are some brief thoughts provoked by constantly seeing links to the lobby on Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 27 2012 14:17
If you have been reading the mainstream internet news recently, you could be forgiven for thinking that there is an impending large scale anarchist insurrection about to take place in Florida.
Submitted by Choccy on Aug 26 2012 23:39
A brief analysis of the fallout following the cancellation of UFC 151 with UFC bosses blaming one fighter for other fighters' lost wages.
Submitted by Steven. on Aug 25 2012 12:18
As it is announced that the majority of Unison members have voted in line with the union's recommendation to accept the new pensions deal, libcom.org has obtained a leaked e-mail from a senior Unison official instructing organisers to spy on branches and individual activists who campaigned for a no vote.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 24 2012 18:32
Earlier this week in Andalusia, hundreds of unemployed farmworkers broke through a fence that surrounded an estate owned by the Duke of Segorbe, and claimed it as their own. This is the latest in a series of farm occupations across the region within the last month.
Submitted by Django on Aug 24 2012 14:46
The Tory right, friends of chancellor George Osborne, are now arguing openly that they want Britain's living and working standards to meet Asia's.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 23 2012 16:20
Earlier today a group of sacked Remploy workers occupied the companies head offices in Leicester
Submitted by Phil on Aug 22 2012 00:01
For what seems like forever, the Julian Assange saga has been everywhere. On TV, in the papers, on Facebook and Twitter, it's been impossible to avoid it and all the horrific misogyny and rape apologism that comes with it. Underlying all of which is a cliché - at that a fallacious one - which defines pretty much all of the worst in leftist politics: the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Aug 21 2012 16:55
An interview conducted with two members of St Louis libertarian group, Autonomy Alliance.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Aug 21 2012 09:01
A reader I compiled from various texts online of the AAUD/AAUD-E.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 20 2012 17:22
I am not normally someone who is interested in conspiracy theories, however, there are some strange shenanigans happening with my mail…amongst other things.