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The union of DAta Miners/ Travailleurs Psychique has emerged from the involvement

of IWW workers in the Alytus Art Strike in 2009.

It is currently in formation, non dues paying, experimental forum for the united

action of different workers around the world on the basis of industrial production

that affects the psychic makeup of ourselves and our world as workers - ie through

dimensions of space, time and meaning.

 

 

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DAMTP (DAta Miners & Travailleurs Psychique) - tai duomenų šachtininkų ir

psichodarbininkų judėjimas, kurį įkūrė Alytaus meno streike dalyvavę IWW nariai

2009 m.

Šiuo metu dar besiformuojanti, nario mokesčio nerenkanti organizacija, kurios vardu

veikia viso pasaulio įvairūs darbininkai, siejantys save su industriniu psichinės savo ir visų

mūsų aplinkos formavimu - t. y. pajungiantys erdvę, laiką ir prasmę.

 

 

More info/Daugiau informacijos:

http://www.unionbook.org/pg/groups/20142/damtp/

http://strike2012.org/



8 JUNE 2010 - THE GLOBAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE FOR FOXCONN’S VICTIMS
Written by DAMTP   
Sunday, 06 June 2010 20:39

 

Yan Li, 27, is the latest victim of Foxconn, the manufacturer of iPads and other high-tech items that has experienced a recent rash of worker suicides. He collapsed and died from exhaustion on 27 May after having
worked continuously for 34 hours. His wife said Yan had been on the night shift for a month and in that time had worked overtime every night. Yan, an engineer, had worked for Foxconn since April 2007.[1] The tragedy marks the 11th death at the corporation since January this year. To pay respect to these young lives, Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM) designates 8 June 2010 as the Global Day of Remembrance for Foxconn’s Victims.

Despite pressure from civil society and the media, Foxconn continues to deny that the suicides are related to management methods. In a press conference on 26 May, Foxconn CEO Terry Gou said that the suicides were due to love affairs or other personal problems of the victims. He even asserted that some workers committed suicide because of the company’s willingness to compensate their families generously. It is evident that Foxconn shows no commitment to review the structural problem in the factory. Its attempt to evade responsibility is an insult to the dead and to the public.

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ART STRIKE MEETING IN DARTINGTON ON 20TH JUNE, 2010
Written by DAMTP   
Sunday, 06 June 2010 20:20

 

 
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