Deputy premier Matteo Salvini has tried to undermine workers’ strike in Italy on several occasions in over a month.
Logistics workers in Italy are up in arms against the denial of salaries in benefits, as well as the repression of protests seeking their rights
As persecution of trade unionists and activists continues in Italy, trade unions and other progressive sections are organizing militant struggles against the exploitation of the working class
On July 19, eight trade unionists were apprehended by the Italian police on orders of the Piacenza Prosecutor’s Office for organizing strikes and unionizing
In this episode, we bring you stories of South Africa taking a stand on Israeli occupation of Palestine, the Colombian senate approving a landmark treaty, flooding in Pakistan, and protests in Italy
On July 19, eight trade unionists were apprehended by the police on the orders of the Piacenza Prosecutor’s Office for organizing strikes and unionizing
Thousands marched against the Mario Draghi government’s proposal to set up a military base in the Coltano village of the Pisa province which is already heavily militarized
On October 9, during a demonstration against the government’s measures to limit the spread of the pandemic, right-wing nationalist forces attacked the headquarters of the major union CGIL in Rome. What lies behind that assault and how can it be framed?
Adil Belakdhim was killed when a truck ran into a picket line of protesting logistics workers on June 18. Si Cobas, the union to which he belonged, has termed it the culmination of attacks on workers across the country
Logistics giant FedEx-TNT closed down its hub in Piacenza in Italy and announced mass lay-offs. Workers from the company’s hubs across the country have joined protests demanding the reinstatement of those who lost their jobs
The workers of textile printing company Texprint srl. in Prato, Italy, have been on strike since January 18 demanding the reduction of their exploitative 12-hour daily work shifts to a maximum of eight hours per day
More than 3,000 people participated in the demonstration called by the Si Cobas union and the Counter Tendency group in support of union activists and workers of the Piacenza warehouse of the logistics group Fedex-TNT