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Building Bridges?

Simon Bridges is the leader of the National Party, one of the two traditional parties of government in Aotearoa/New Zealand. He is currently touring the regions of the country. This article is a report on one of the public meetings during the tour.

From Krasnoyarsk, Russia With Love – No War But The Class war

Greetings from the International Proletarian Union to the participants of the 56th International Antiwar Assembly.
Source in Russian: https://vk.com/club74128436?w=wall-74128436_1027

Deadly Extreme Heat & Deliberate Indifference inside Texas Prisons: The Culture of Neglect and Abuse Continues

Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee member Keith "Malik" Washington writes on the dangerous conditions created by extreme heat inside Texas prisons.

Abahlali baseMjondolo leader S’bu Zikode’s life is ‘in grave danger’

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Abahlali baseMjondolo continues to be subject to assassination in Durban. This article, from the Daily Maverick in Johannesburg, reports on recent threats to the movement.

Call to all Amazon Workers in Europe. In July …. a European General strike!

A call launched by the Spanish Amazon workers to all the workers of Amazon in Europe for a day of strike in the second week July during the Prime Day, because organizing a transnational strike is the only way that Amazon won’t be able to use its logistics network to weaken the effects of the strike. On the website Amazon en Lucha it is possible to find the call translated in several languages.

23-year-old Sudanese man killed during immigration raid in Wales

Graffiti reading "no borders, no one is illegal"

A 23-year-old Sudanese man was tragically killed during an immigration raid on Saturday, 30 June in Newport, Wales. Immigration officers arrived at his workplace causing the workers to flee, and the Sudanese man who has not been identified in the press ran onto a roof to escape, fell through and died.

Urgent Call for Solidarity Actions from the Bulgarian Prisoners’ Association

The Bulgarian Prisoners’ Association have made an urgent call for solidarity in response to the Bulgarian Ministry of Justice taking repressive measures against their members and suspected members.

Riders unite: a wave of struggles in the gig economy

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Food delivery couriers working for Deliveroo, Foodora and Uber Eats are at the frontlines of the fight against precarious work in the gig economy, and their campaign is becoming ever more connected and coordinated.

In this collection of videos and reports, labournet.tv tells the story of how a huge wave of precarious riders' struggles has spread across Europe to Hong Kong and Sydney since 2016 - an inspiring visual account of their campaign.