Friday, 6 August , 2021

Workers Movement

South Africa: Towards a General Strike

by Amandla , Zwelinzima Vavi 19 July 2021 “If we strike one by one, we will be defeated. And the discussion must be, ‘fix...

Thousands of Turkish electricity workers launch wildcat strike wave

By Hasan Yıldırım, Ulaş Ateşçi Jul 9, 2021 photo: @bedaiscileri on Twitter Thousands of energy workers in cities across Turkey are going on wildcat strikes against misery...

Femmes de chambre de l’Ibis Batignolles : la fête après la...

Jun 21, 2021 Au terme de vingt deux mois de mobilisation, dont huit mois de grève, les femmes de chambre de l'hôtel Ibis Batignolles à...

Chômage : le Conseil d’Etat suspend les nouvelles règles de calcul,...

Les nouvelles règles de calcul instaurées par la réforme controversée de l’assurance chômage ne rentreront finalement pas en vigueur le 1er juillet. 22 juin 2021 La juge...

The Grassroots Battle To Change America’s Labor Laws

To fight for historic worker rights legislation, major unions and the socialist left are joining forces like never before. By Sam Mellins Apr. 12, 2021 For the...

Praising the crimes of Stalinism: The DSA and the assassination of...

By Eric London 17 May 2021 During the past week, numerous prominent leaders of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) have posted tweets celebrating the 1940...

La Guerre civile en France

La Guerre civile en France (titre original anglais : The Civil War in France) est un pamphlet écrit par Karl Marx au nom du Conseil...

Climate Movement Applauds Coal Miners’ Demand for Just Transition, Green Jobs

"As we confront a next wave of energy transition, we must take steps now to ensure that things do not get worse for coal...

Lenin on the Paris Commune

The Militant, 19 March 1932 Lenin on the Paris Commune (April 1911) From The Militant, Vol. V No. 12 (Whole No. 108), 19 March 1932, p. 1. Originally published...

UK gig drivers recognised as workers – what next?

by Jill Toh 25th February 2021 In a landmark judgment last Friday, the UK Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favour of ‘gig’ workers in a six-year...