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(en) Britain, Solidarity Federation: Next week, SolFed will be launching our new pamphlet

Date Mon, 23 Apr 2018 10:01:11 +0300


The pamphlet is called the Stuff Your Sexist Boss (doesn't want you to know). It is the result of a lot of Solfed members putting together their exeriences with organising against sexism in the workplace. With a cover illustration especially drawn by Bahar Mustafa. ---- Sexism is a constant presence in many workplaces where it can take many forms. From lower pay, to expectations of unpaid work, to sexual harassment by bosses, other workers or customers, sexism means women and workers seen as women are treated unequally on the basis of sex or gender. Our new pamphlet looks at the reality of sexism in the workplace and what we can do about it. ---- As anarcho-syndicalists we favour direct, collective strategies that build and maintain a culture of resistance in the workplace. While it's not always possible to directly confront sexism at work, there is still much that can be done to make work more bearable and undermine sexist behaviour. Coping strategies can allow workers to deal with things on a personal level while tactics of resistance can help you to actively fight against unequal treatment, objectification, harassment and structural disadvantage. In this way workers can organise and fightback, building a culture of solidarity and support at work, which ultimately means you and others experiencing sexism are less isolated and more likely to win.

The launch event will take place on Friday 27. April at DIY Space for London - see the fb event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/176171779680280
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