A report posted from a libcom user in Egypt concerning repression following the recent wave of strikes there.
Employees at Tikiphone, the polynesian mobile phone provider went on indefinite strike last Tuesday.
Staff at the newspaper group Nice-Matin went on strike on Saturday, demanding assurances about the future of the newspaper and of their jobs.
Counter services in Le Havre and the surrounding regions were severely affected by a one-day walkout last Tuesday by postal counter staff.
Since last week, 15,000 public sector workers across the Gaza Strip's five biggest towns have walked out in protest at unpaid wages.
After increasing strike activity to five locations across Canada, CN Rail have locked out all participating employees.
Union members at the tyre maker, Bridgestone, in Salisbury, South Australia have returned to work after a three-day lockout without pay.
Over 700 workers staged a wildcat strike Wednesday at a Taiwanese-owned garment company in central Vietnam demanding better payments and welfare.
Workers centres have been shut down by police as the Egyptian government tries to quell the wildcat strikes sweeping the country.
A short history of the massive strike movement against welfare reform in France in 1995.
Articles about workers' strikes, walkouts and industrial action.
On Saturday September 21st there began a 10 day mass agitation by Bangladeshi Ready Made Garment(RMG) workers demanding a 170% increase in their minimum wage.
Photographs of the uprising and general strike in May 68 in France.
This essay explores the rise of populist demagogues and the economics of their regimes. Rather than marking a clear break with neoliberalism or a direct tie to early twentieth century fascism,...
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