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Rafał Górski passed away

4 July, after a long-term disease Rafał Górski died. He was an anarchist and an activist of the Worker's Initiative Trade Union and the anarchist movement, a researcher of history of syndicalism and anarchism, an author of numerous articles and books. The Worker's Initiative Trade Union is in mourning after…
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Marcel Szary passed away

Marcel Szary, an activist of Workers' Initiative Trade Union in Cegielski factory, died today morning. He was  one of the founders of the union. It is a huge loss for the syndicalist and workers' movement in Poland.
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Collar Textil: The next one worker's success

On 05. January 10 Workers' Initiative activists and Collar Textill shop committee representatives visited city office in Opatów. Workers were cheated by employer. They expect support form local government. They fight for they remunerations and other perks which are still not payed. There are also actions to save even some…
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16.11.2009: Wildcat strikes in Poznan and Ostrów.

Two wildcat strikes took place today, first in the Fabryka Pojazdow Szynowych in Poznan, a plant owned by HCP (Cegielski) company, and the second one in the Wagon factory in Ostrow, a railway rolling-stock producer and repairer factory. In both cases, the workers demanded payment of wage arrears. They also…
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Cegielski Factory in crisis

This text is going to describe the historical and present meaning of the Cegielski factory in Poznan for the workers' movement in Poland, and the history of activity of Workers' Initiative in the factory since 2002. We are also going to show the development of the strategy of wildcat strikes…
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Demonstration in defence of Cegielski's fired workers

On 23rd October almost 4,000 workers from different trade unions took part in a demonstration in defence of their workplaces. About 500 people are going to be fired from the Cegielski factory due to the so-called economic crisis. Anarchists and members of anarcho-syndicalist trade union Wokers' Initiative also took part…
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DAD Poland is firing union workers (2)

At noon on 4th May more than a dozen of activists of Workers' Initiative, dismissed DAD workers supported by members of Anarchist Federation organized a protest rally at DAD Polska premises. Last week, the management of the company illegally fired four activists of the WI trade union shortly after they…
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Export platform takes a dive

On 5 February, 4,000 metal workers from Stalowa Wola were protesting in front of the offices of the state-owned PGE power company in the regional capital Rzeszow. There was really something going on at the demo: The workers were allowed to let off steam, they threw firecrackers and set auto…
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Hanpol’s workers deceived by Korean owner

On the beginning of January 2009 Korean owner of Hanpol deserted the plant without paying workers’ December salaries. Moreover there was nobody to issue necessary documents. All of them turned up in difficult formal situation. Workers Initiative and Sierpien’80 unions offered help and the crew will receive legal help.
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Workers Initiative as a target of employers' and state's assault

In 2002 and 2003 the very high unemployment appeared in Poland. Official statistics were saying the unemployment rate has exceeded 20%. Over 3.5 millions workers didn't have job. In addition many people have “fallen out” the labour market. Trying to protect themselves against unemployment they have become pensioners (persons, permanently…
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