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(en) fcs villa verde, cnt.es: If our work is not worth it, produce without us por Union section Hostelcarria (ca, it) [machine translation]
Fri, 2 Nov 2018 07:47:43 +0200
This, among others, was one of the slogans used in the 2017 international women's strike.
---- There are many cases where women organize and fight in the workplace against the
abuses and inequalities that we suffer through the alliance of capitalism, patriarchy and
employers. In our union we find more and more cases of women who have said enough and have
undertaken the struggle through the trade union, confronting the employer using as a tool
the mutual support, solidarity and self-management, leading their conflict in the first
person and without delegating no one. This is the case of the compañeras of the Trade
Union Section of Hostalcarria, which have launched a 7-day strike at the Hostal Inter
From the Work Group of Feminisms of the Southern District CNT we want to make an appeal
to our neighbors and neighbors, collectives, associations and feminist movement to join
and show their support and solidarity to the compañeras. Their strike is everyone's,
because their rights are ours. (You can write to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive all
the information of concentrations, pickets and acts).
The Hostal Ínter Plaza Mayor not only does not deign to recognize as such the trade union
section created, violating the fundamental right of free unionization, but has decided to
further worsen the working conditions already suffered by the chambermaids previously
(lack of recognition of labor categories or real hours of work in contract, unpaid
compulsory overtime, among others), reducing their hours of contribution to Social
Security, planning the outsourcing of the cleaning service and notifying the dismissal of
the entire staff of female waitresses floor of the Inter Plaza Mayor hotel for this
outsourcing process at the end of the month.
Everyone knows that the feminized sectors are the most precarious.
We must attack those agreements negotiated between employers and the servant unions of
power that are perpetuating this inequality.
We must force the adoption of ILO conventions so that feminized jobs have the same rights
and remuneration as the rest.
We must guarantee the safety of the day laborers who come here to work and prevent the
bosses from exploiting them, violating and denigrating them.
Because without economic emancipation we can not aspire to the emancipation and liberation
of women. And do not build another economic and social model.
You have all the information of the conflict in the following link:
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