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es la iWW?
IWW es la Industrial Workers of the World. (Trabajadores Industriales del
Mundo), conocido a veces como los "Wobblies"), una organización laboral
democrática, compuesta por obreros de fila dedicada a estimular el poder obrero
en los centros de trabajo.
por los trabajadores
Submitted by x359437 on Mar, 03/11/2014 - 5:59pm
By the IWW International Solidarity Commission
The International Solidarity Commission of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) stands in solidarity with the struggle of all health care workers, doctors, and nurses in Greece against the regime of "availability" imposed on the public sector, supposedly to reduce debt. This availability regime, or mobility reserve system, entails the collective redundancy of 4,000 public sector workers and the transfer of 25,000 workers to part-time pay for eight months with subsequent dismissal or re-location.
While these changes aim to spread fear and reduce the workers’ collective agency, these public sector workers won't let the government intimidate them while they stick together to fight against this clear injustice.
Submitted by x359437 on Vie, 03/07/2014 - 11:54pm
By the IWW Gender Equity Committee
This piece originally appeared in the March 2014 Industrial Worker
The Gender Equity Committee (GEC) is both honored and excited to reflect on the impact working women have had on the labor movement and working-class struggle, contributing to the creation of International Women’s Day (IWD).
IWD, for more than a century, has been and continues to be a day of working-class women’s resistance and organizing, bridging the women’s movement and the working-class labor movement.
Submitted by x359437 on Mar, 03/04/2014 - 5:38pm
From the Boston IWW
Four workers at Insomnia Cookies' Cambridge store went on strike on August 19, protesting poverty pay and wretched working conditions, and demanding $15/hr, health benefits and a union at their workplace. The company illegally fired all four. For the next six months strikers, IWW members, allies, and student organizations at both Harvard and Boston University held pickets, marches, rallies, forums, phone blitzes, and organized boycotts, while workers continued organizing at both the Cambridge and Boston locations. The union also pursued legal charges through the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Submitted by x359437 on Sáb, 03/01/2014 - 12:45pm
- Being A Woman Organizer Isn’t Easy
- Mobile Rail Workers Win, Wobblies Organize Worldwide
- International (Working) Women’s Day
- Staughton Lynd: A Tribute To Rosa Luxemburg
- Jane LaTour: Toward Equal Employment For Women
- Addressing Sexual Violence In The IWW
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