Flaskô: fábrica ocupada e administrada por trabalhadores completa 10 anos. Mondragon Corporation. Mondragon cooperatives operate in accordance with Statement on the Co-operative Identity maintained by the International Co-operative Alliance.
Kazova workers claim historic victory in Turkey. After two years of resistance, the Free Kazova worker cooperative in Turkey now started producing, setting an example for a new generation of workers.
Photo via Özgür Kazova. “No, I didn’t receive any compensation, but I did get a factory,” was Aynur Aydemir’s response to one of her former colleagues from the Kazova textile factory, when she was asked if she had ever received any of the money their former bosses still owed them. “Whether it’s going to be successful or not, whether it’s old or new, I have a factory. We might lack the necessary capital to run this business, and we might fail in the future, but at least we got something.”
Bauen Hotel. Os dez anos da Fábrica Ocupada Flaskô. Sab, 04/05/2013 - 15:38 Atualizado em 02/09/2013 - 05:55 Novo Blog Limpinho e Cheiroso Flaskô: Fábrica ocupada e administrada por seus operários comemora 10 anos com festival Joseane Lombardi Em 12 de junho de 2013, a Fábrica Ocupada Flaskô, localizada no município de Sumaré (SP), completará 10 anos de luta pela estatização sob controle operário. Movimiento Nacional de Fabricas Recuperadas. Hotel Bauen.
Coordinates: The Hotel Bauen The Hotel Bauen is a recuperated business located at 360 Callao Avenue in Buenos Aires run collectively by its workers, serving both as a hotel and as a free meeting place for Argentine leftist and workers' groups.
It is also used as a personal residence by some of the worker-owners. In March 2003, with the help of the Movimiento Nacional de Empresas Recuperadas (National Movement of Recovered Businesses, MNER), the hotel's former employees occupied the building. While fighting for ownership through activism and negotiation, they began repairs to the building and slowly re-opened business. However, the long term legality of the worker's ownership and operation is ambiguous. In May 2006, Judge Carla Cavaliere officially approved the suspension of the closure order. In June 2009, the hotel served as the Proyecto Sur party headquarters during the legislative election.
See also FaSinPat. Brukman factory. Brukman is a textile factory in Balvanera, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Jujuy 554).
Currently under the control of a worker cooperative called "18 de Diciembre", it is among the most famous of the country's "recovered factories". Background The Brukman factory suffered the effects of the Argentine economic crisis, which first became clearly noticeable as a recession in 1998. Since 1995 business had been shrinking, and Brukman had fired over half of its formerly 300 employees. Sales were dropping and debts had piled up. Takeover Graffiti near the factory. On December 18, 2001 about fifty people (most of them women) met at the factory and demanded to be granted a travel allowance, just to be able to keep their jobs. The owners tried to have the workers evicted several times. Snapshot of a Nation By Naomi Klein. Snapshot of a Nation By Naomi Klein In 1812, bands of British weavers and knitters raided textile mills and smashed industrial machines with their hammers.
According to the Luddites, the new mechanised looms had eliminated thousands of jobs and broken communities and deserved to be destroyed. The British government disagreed and called in a force of 14,000 soldiers to brutally repress the worker revolt and protect the machines. Paradigm Lost :Yugoslav Self-Management and the Economics of Disaster. Clinton (President William Jefferson), A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement, Washington, D.C. : U.S.
Government Printing Office, 1996. Marshal Tito, interviewed by Henry Fairlie, [The Queen, (5497), 18 September 1962], in Sirc (Ljubo), The Yugoslav Economy under Self-Management, New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1979, p. v. Clinton (President William Jefferson), A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement, Washington, D.C. : U.S. Government Printing Office, 1994; Clinton (President William Jefferson), op. cit., 1996, p. 2; Clinton (President William Jefferson), A National Security Strategy for a New Century, Washington, D.C. : U.S. Evergreen Cooperatives. The Evergreen Cooperatives are a connected group of worker-owned cooperatives in Cleveland, Ohio.
They are committed to local, worker-owned job creation; sustainable, green and democratic workplaces; and community economic development. Overview Background Much of the idea of worker control came in 1977 Youngstown, Ohio when the Youngstown Sheet and Tube company abruptly closed and laid off 5,000 workers. In an effort to stop the layoffs, the workers and city attempted to buy a steel mill and control it themselves. Mondragon Corporation. Workers' self-management. Self-management or workers' self-management (also referred to as labor management, autogestión, workers' control, industrial democracy and producer cooperatives) is a form of management that involves management of an organization by its workers.
Self-management is a characteristic of many models of socialism, with proposals for self-management having appeared many times throughout the history of the socialist movement, advocated variously by market socialists, communists and anarchists. There are many variations of self-management. In some variations, all the worker-members manage the enterprise directly through assemblies; in other forms, workers manage indirectly through the appointment of managers through election. Economic theory Única fábrica ocupada do Brasil rema contra a maré e quer estatização - 31/07/2009 - UOL Notícias - Política. No Uruguai, a lista inclui uma confecção de ternos.