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In Europe, Platform Workers Are Winning Limited Protections

Ben Wray Jacobin
Across Europe, platform workers have won a series of court cases ruling that they are employees, not self-employed. Moves for new EU-wide legislation have faced serious resistance from lobbyists but now look set to deliver some new protections.

Nahel’s France: Neo-Colonized and Pan-African Voices Speak Up

Julia Wright Pan-African News Wire
Since we are listening to muted voices, what about little Nahel's voice? The 14-year-old passenger sitting next to him in the car related that Nahel's last words like George Floyd were for his mother: "Say goodby to Mama and grandma. He shot me."

What’s Behind the Revolts in France?

Colin Falconer The Left Berlin
People are waging not just a defensive struggle, but a positive one for a better world, one in which we have more leisure and work takes on a new meaning – the very opposite of a society dominated by people Macron who told an unemployed protester that he only needed to cross the road to find a job.
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