International Labour Network of Solidarity and Struggles

The International Labour Network of Solidarity and Struggles, created in March 2013, is open to all organizations that so wish, irrespective of their affiliation or international non-affiliation (CSI, WSF, etc.). It brings together more than 60 trade union organizations from Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. Participation in the Network takes place on the basis of an appeal clearly anti-capitalist, ecologist, feminist, self-governing, anti-racist, anti-colonialist, etc. . Network organizations work on three axes:

  • Solidarity actions to support struggles or denounce repression.
  • The strengthening of sectoral networks to anchor internationalism in daily trade unionism (Réseau Rail Sans Frontières, call centers, health, Amazon, automobile, etc.)
  • A common reflection on subjects considered as priorities: self-management, workers’ control; Women’s rights ; migrations ; repression of social movements; colonialism.
Réseau syndical internationale de solidarité et de luttes



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