Immediate withdrawal of the ban: Protest must be possible

In a press release on afternoon May 4th the Frankfurt Municipal Department for Public Order announced that it bans all actions planned by the alliance “blockupy Frankfurt” for the Days of Protest May 16th to May 19th. Today the legal applicants of the more than 15 different actions only received information on one single case, and even that happened seriously late.

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Greek hospital now under workers’ control

Health workers in Kilkis, Greece, have occupied their local hospital and have issued a statement saying it is now fully under workers control.

Read the full text on http://libcom.org/…

OPEN LETTER

TO

Jose Manuel Barroso
President of the
European Commission
Iraklion, July 10th, 2011

Dear Mr. Barroso,

Squeezed between Scylla and Charybdis, the zionist state of Israel and the ?democratic? Greece, our nutshell  JULIANO with citizens from the European Union (Sweden, Greece and Austria) on board still tries to gain international waters in order to fulfill its mission of peace and solidarity with the Palestinian people.

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Boycott Workfare

Workfare – compulsory work for benefits – is being rolled-out across the country. It is replacing paid jobs and forcing unemployed people to work for the equivalent of £2.25 an hour.

Boycott Workfare is a coalition of unemployed people, anti-cuts campaigners, charity
workers, trade unionists and allies. It is an ongoing campaign to challenge the government’s Work Programme, or ‘workfare’, and the companies profiting from the free labour it provides.

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‘How to fight poverty and unemployment today?’ 16 & 17/10 – Brussels

Where? Rue Pletinckx 19, 1000 Brussels

‘How to fight poverty and unemployment today?’

European conference 16th & 17th of October 2010

The European Commission has declared 2010 ‘The European year for combating poverty and social exclusion’. Though unemployment and poverty keeps on rising. Jobs are increasingly more precarious and underpaid. Answers are necessary!

We will meet on the eve of the ‘World Day for the Refusal of Misery’ in Brussels.

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