The Limits of Formal Protest: Worker Activism and Social Polarisation in Petrograd and Moscow March to October 1917
William G Rosenberg and Diane P Koenker
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A London student union officer has received death threats in a month-long campaign of harassment, after she organised a meeting for minority students.
Text from autumn 2006 giving an overview on the call centre hub in Gurgaon, including interviews with workers.
English-language press release from student protesters in Italy, which saw spontaneous demonstrations, university occupations, bridges, train stations and even airports blocked by students.
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