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(en) Greece, Text for feeding and housing from the Liberty University of Patras Posted by dirty horse APO (gr) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 27 Apr 2018 18:02:26 +0300


BELOW YOURS FROM THE GROUNDING AND HOUSING ---- As part of the educational restructuring that has been attempted in recent years at university institutes, the state and governments have been stepping up on all the achievements of the student movement. You have not been able to withstand this need for food and housing. The state, through a series of adjustments, regulations and bills, is gradually withdrawing from any student care provision by passing the cost of attendance on the backs of the students and turning the student's care into a contributory one. That you pay, you get. Everything is subject, from the writings and travel to feeding and housing. ---- The evolving state attack on the university is the most obvious in terms of facilities, equipment and infrastructure for our feeding, housing and education. Housing, which is one of the most basic needs for every individual, for the state and for capital, is only a costly supply that has to be shrunk. In particular, the first-year-olds destined to stay in the outfit (a very small number compared to those in need) stay for a whole year in a hotel, which is paid by contract. When the payment is delayed, the hotelier threatens to leave the students on the road, leaving them so sloppy for their own roof. Still, in several outbreaks has been proposed the "partial contribution", the rent for the focal points. The miserable conditions at the moment (zero maintenance, lack of basic structures for everyday life) are the result of the abandonment of social benefits by the state and the existence of contractors. Lack of oil for heating and hot water, communal showers and bathrooms in miserable condition, damaged sewer system and structure-damaged rooms are some of those that undermine the living and health conditions of the outbreak and are called upon by dozens of interns.

Not enough of the effort to dissolve student care and transport the cost of attendance on our backs could not be left with food. Everyone knows how to provide food to students (a special card issued based on family income or 20 coupons for 20 meals, 10 for lunch and 10 for dinner, free entry status during the morning meal was attempted to overturn with the student student card requirement). What is constantly concealed, however, is under what conditions this is provided. In particular, a contractor is leased by the Ministry of Education (INDI- ABIM) for the provision of workforce (cooks, cleaning staff, etc.) working inside the outbreak. Workers are recruited with fortnightly contracts that are renewed (?) Continuously while workers are forced to work on different posts to fill labor shortages. Still, it is a common phenomenon that the contractor leaves unpaid workers for several months. Indeed, in Patras, workers have come to a point where they are thinking of stopping their jobs because they have no money to cover their transportation costs to the university. This situation is burdened by the Gavroglu law with the self-government of the universities, where the responsibility for solving the problem of underfunding is essentially transferred to individuals. while workers are forced to work on different posts to fill labor shortages. Still, it is a common phenomenon that the contractor leaves unpaid workers for several months. Indeed, in Patras, workers have come to a point where they are thinking of stopping their jobs because they have no money to cover their transportation costs to the university. This situation is burdened by the Gavroglu law with the self-government of the universities, where the responsibility for solving the problem of underfunding is essentially transferred to individuals. while workers are forced to work on different posts to fill labor shortages.
Still, it is a common phenomenon that the contractor leaves unpaid workers for several months. Indeed, in Patras, workers have come to a point where they are thinking of stopping their jobs because they have no money to cover their transportation costs to the university. This situation is burdened by the Gavroglu law with the self-government of the universities, where the responsibility for solving the problem of underfunding is essentially transferred to individuals. Indeed, in Patras, workers have come to a point where they are thinking of stopping their jobs because they have no money to cover their transportation costs to the university. This situation is burdened by the Gavroglu law with the self-government of the universities, where the responsibility for solving the problem of underfunding is essentially transferred to individuals. Indeed, in Patras, workers have come to a point where they are thinking of stopping their jobs because they have no money to cover their transportation costs to the university. This situation is burdened by the Gavroglu law with the self-government of the universities, where the responsibility for solving the problem of underfunding is essentially transferred to individuals.

The assault we receive daily from the state and the various blood-thirsty individuals inside the university reflects the grim reality that the sovereigns prepare for us students, the unemployed, the immigrants and the workers. Inside this gloomy reality, however, there are also the resistances that are developing, which are a source of inspiration and we are even more convinced. These are the small but important student class denials that are being developed in the university everyday life. Refusals that disturb the calm waters of '' university normality ''. Through self-organized struggles that are staffed without any guidance and demonstration by some envied avant-garde. Through the direct activation of class reflexes of students, we see various outbreaks of controversy, resistance and struggle in the university. Winning matches such as the capture of INDIBIM in Athens and the opening of the restaurant in Patras to restore free entry at breakfast confirm that faith, organization and giving to the race are the necessary and necessary conditions for our struggles are thorough and victorious.

AGAINST MOODING OUR NEEDS

TO PROMOTE STUDENT AND CLASSIC GAMES

DO NOT STOP BACK TO OUR NEEDS

CHRISTMAS-HOUSING-FREE MOVEMENT FOR ALL

Eleftherioscopy of the University of Patras

https://ipposd.wordpress.com/2018/04/23/
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