Actions in support of FGWM-MYANMAR, solidarity can’t be quarantined!: The Federation of Garment Workers Union-Myanmar (FGWM) is a very militant federation of grassroots and class unions that brings together thousands of workers in the garment industry in Myanmar. The In... icl-cit.org/actions-in-support

Sri Lanka] Distressing situation for thousands of people in industrial areas: The International Confederation of Labour (ICL) has received the following statement, which we subscribe, from our comrades in Dabindu Collective, from Sri Lanka. The situation of thousands of works i... icl-cit.org/sri-lanka-distress

[Spain] CNT demands that the Spanish Government takes measures to protect and support workers: CNT has presented a 15-point list demanding that all non-essential productive activities where working from home is not possible are stopped, that the essential sectors are reinforced and that social ... icl-cit.org/spain-cnt-demands-

[Italy] Statement by USI-CIT health workers: At least 37 billion euros, or 43,000 workers, which means the loss of 70,000 beds, including 3,000 in intensive care. In recent years, these have been the cutbacks to the healthcare system. For years,... icl-cit.org/italy-statement-by

Shop stewards’ joint statement (OZZ Inicjatywa Pracownicza and NSZZ „Solidarność”): On March 20 we took part in a teleconference with Amazon. The company presented to us its proposal of a bonus of 4 złoty before taxes (0.61 euro net) for every hour worked between March 15 and April 3... icl-cit.org/shop-stewards-join

[Argentina] About CORONAVIRUS and the Working Class: From the FORA health workers: First of all, we need to be aware that, in Argentina, Coronavirus is not the only pandemic we’re going through: the number of cases of dengue have tripled since 2019 and ... icl-cit.org/argentina-about-co

[Italy] Strike in Ferrari: The local branch of USI-CIT in Modena is calling a Strike on Monday 16th March at Ferrari’s plant in Maranello because of the current health emergency (due to coronavirus). Despite the fact that most ... icl-cit.org/italy-strike-in-fe

[Brazil] Long live the struggle for the liberation of working women!: Texto brasileiro International Working Women’s Day emerged in the context of the organisation of working women for better labour conditions, against hunger and against the war of the late 19th c... icl-cit.org/brazil-long-live-t

[Argentina] We’re your feminist domestic workers and we’re ready to fight!: The statement below is from the independent group Trabajadorxs Organizadxs de Casas Particulares (Organised Workers in Private Homes). One of our FORA comrades is also involved with it. The group seek... icl-cit.org/argentina-were-you

[ICL] 8M – Over the borders and across the generations: It is often said that when capitalism knows no borders, the struggle must be international. That could also be said of the state. Certainly, states have borders. But their role repressing the working ... icl-cit.org/icl-8m-over-the-bo

[Germany] Let’s give patriarchy and capitalism the middle finger!: Around Germany, syndicates of the Free Workers’ Union (FAU) have called for protest and planned actions and events for this weekend to mark International Women’s Day. The FAU Berlin has ca... icl-cit.org/germany-lets-give-

[Italy] The reasons for the suspension of the general strike of 9 march: In view of the positions that emerged from “Non una di Meno” to renounce the day of productive strike (not the mobilizations expressed in various forms on 8 and 9 March) following the ban imposed by t... icl-cit.org/italy-the-reasons-

[Spain] Militant as always stronger than ever: CNT calls to resist all forms of patriarchy, in the streets and in the workplace On this 8M, International Working Women’s Day, the National Confederation of Labour (CNT) calls for all forces to be jo... icl-cit.org/spain-militant-as-

Long live Women Solidarity, Long live Freedom: The international solidarity of women is encouraging us, giving us strength. This solidarity crossing the borders, prove one more time that, no matter where we are, nothing can keep us away from our f... icl-cit.org/long-live-women-so

International partnerships to end exploitation: Second day of the conference in Sri Lanka: After the first day of the International Conference of Labour Unions in the Garment Industry, where the trade unions introduced their membership, forms of organization and activities, it was time to j... icl-cit.org/international-part

The International Conference of Labor Unions in the Garment Industry began today in Colombo, Sri Lanka: The Dabindu Collective, after touring across Europe (where they visited France, Germany and Spain), organized this meeting of unions in the region, with contributions from the CNT from Spain and the F... icl-cit.org/the-international-

International Conference of Labour Unions in the Garment Industry: Feb. 21st – 22nd, 2020 (Colombo, Sri Lanka) In October 2019 a tour with Inter-Factory Workers’ Federation (FBLP, Jakarta) and Dabindu Collective (Sri Lanka) consisting of events in 14 cities in ... icl-cit.org/international-conf

Statuta Konfederasi Buruh Internasional: Thanks to a comrade from Indonesia, ICL’s Statutes are now available in Indonesian. We want to thank Yerry Boran for his work on a text that is not easy to translate at all. Once more, ICL devel... icl-cit.org/statuta-konfederas

[Turkey] Young Workers Association was on the Streets against Economic Crisis: As the Young Workers Association, we were at the crisis rally in Bakırköy with our slogans, black flags and rebellion. Last week we have distributed leaflets, made posters on the walls in different pa... icl-cit.org/young-workers-asso

Patriarchal textile industry in Jakarta: Thanks to our comrades from FAU, this October we could have Dian, delegate from FBLP-Indonesia, and Chamila, representing the Dadindu Collective-Sri Lanka, sharing with us the experience of resistance... icl-cit.org/patriarchal-textil

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