App Delivery Workers Announce Boycott of Chevron for its Plunder of Palestine

Workers of the world are uniting to support Palestinian liberation. Most recently, the 100,000 workers part of the International Alliance of App-Based Transport Workers (IAATW) declared a boycott of Chevron, an American oil and gas company, because of its role in profiting off of and perpetuating Israeli apartheid.

Workers of the world are uniting to support Palestinian liberation. Most recently, the 100,000 workers part of the International Alliance of App-Based Transport Workers (IAATW) declared a boycott of Chevron, an American oil and gas company, because of its role in profiting off of and perpetuating Israeli apartheid.

Trade unions present strategies for improving the position of platform workers in Serbia

Strategies for trade union organizing and protection of the labor rights of platform workers in Serbia were presented at a round table organized by UGS "Nezavisnost" trade union association and the Association of Independent Trade Unions of Serbia.

Strategies for trade union organizing and protection of the labor rights of platform workers in Serbia were presented at a round table organized by UGS “Nezavisnost” trade union association and the Association of Independent Trade Unions of Serbia.

Safety and Health at Work for Platform Workers

No institution in Serbia keeps records of how many delivery workers are injured at work, as stated in the podcast "Delivery Couriers and Traffic Safety – The Price of Risk." Nevertheless, it's evident from media headlines, which are significantly fewer than the actual number of such incidents, that delivery workers often face accidents and mishaps while on duty.

No institution in Serbia keeps records of how many delivery workers are injured at work, as stated in the podcast “Delivery Couriers and Traffic Safety – The Price of Risk.” Nevertheless, it’s evident from media headlines, which are significantly fewer than the actual number of such incidents, that delivery workers often face accidents and mishaps while on duty.

Wolt discriminates against and mistreats several categories of workers simultaneously, according to Reljanović

Mario Reljanović, an expert in labor law, with no uncertainty tells Mašina that Wolt is the de-facto employer for its couriers. By limiting the ways some couriers can use the app, they are discriminating against foreign workers and lowering the potential earnings of all of its couriers.

Mario Reljanović, an expert in labor law, with no uncertainty tells Mašina that Wolt is the de-facto employer for its couriers. By limiting the ways some couriers can use the app, they are discriminating against foreign workers and lowering the potential earnings of all of its couriers.

Wolt introduced discriminatory rules for foreign workers in Serbia

Based on Mašina’s findings, part of the foreign workers who make deliveries through the Wolt app are denied the opportunity to see their actual earnings and to choose the deliveries they will work on. In this way, these workers are left with fixed wages, previously agreed on with the intermediary agency, which puts them in an unequal position compared to local delivery workers.

Based on Mašina’s findings, part of the foreign workers who make deliveries through the Wolt app are denied the opportunity to see their actual earnings and to choose the deliveries they will work on. In this way, these workers are left with fixed wages, previously agreed on with the intermediary agency, which puts them in an unequal position compared to local delivery workers.

Glovo fined its couriers for “abusing” the application?

Last week, the "challenge" was terminated for part of the couriers people who work through the Glovo application. As a result, these workers are being deprived of realizing part of their earnings, which are based on completing a certain number of deliveries. Glovo claims it fired these workers because they “misused” the application – but what constitutes misuse and according to whom?

Last week, the “challenge” was terminated for part of the couriers people who work through the Glovo application. As a result, these workers are being deprived of realizing part of their earnings, which are based on completing a certain number of deliveries. Glovo claims it fired these workers because they “misused” the application – but what constitutes misuse and according to whom?

McDonald's restaurant in Belgrade

McDonald’s employees: “We want to be treated with dignity”

Organising a union for McDonald's employees is not only a matter of higher wages, but also of achieving dignity, and that is why they are joining together, explained a union representative employed in the well-known fast food chain.

Organising a union for McDonald’s employees is not only a matter of higher wages, but also of achieving dignity, and that is why they are joining together, explained a union representative employed in the well-known fast food chain.

For dignified cultural employment: “The situation is unsustainable, the Ministry of Culture must urgently call for tenders and settle debts of independent artists”

At the press conference on the occasion of the campaign "For dignified cultural employment", it was pointed out that it’s crucial to recognize the role of representative associations and organizations as relevant actors in the process of making decisions and providing legal remedies for the independent culture scene.

At the press conference on the occasion of the campaign “For dignified cultural employment”, it was pointed out that it’s crucial to recognize the role of representative associations and organizations as relevant actors in the process of making decisions and providing legal remedies for the independent culture scene.

Heavy equipment arrived at Šodroš, activists continue to call on the authorities to abide to the law and on citizens to protest

As bulldozers arrive at the Novi Sad wetlands, activists gathered around the Ecological Front Novi Sad invite the citizens, as well as the new mayor, to a musical gathering on Saturday, October 29, at the Šodroš Survivor camp, to "sing out of misery".

As bulldozers arrive at the Novi Sad wetlands, activists gathered around the Ecological Front Novi Sad invite the citizens, as well as the new mayor, to a musical gathering on Saturday, October 29, at the Šodroš Survivor camp, to “sing out of misery”.

The Government caters to corporations, violently cracking down on ecological protests in Novi Sad

Plans of a new bridge over the Danube river in the second-largest city in Serbia, Novi Sad, are faulty in the political, financial and legal aspect. This is the message the local activists, independent urban planners and a part of the parliamentary opposition which grew from grassroots movements have been trying to convey to the local and state authorities and the general public for months.

Plans of a new bridge over the Danube river in the second-largest city in Serbia, Novi Sad, are faulty in the political, financial and legal aspect. This is the message the local activists, independent urban planners and a part of the parliamentary opposition which grew from grassroots movements have been trying to convey to the local and state authorities and the general public for months.

Partisan Memorial Cemetery in Mostar destroyed

The Partisan Cemetery in Mostar, one of the most important monuments of the anti-fascist struggle of the Yugoslav people and a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has suffered the most extensive damage a three-decade history of vandalism.

The Partisan Cemetery in Mostar, one of the most important monuments of the anti-fascist struggle of the Yugoslav people and a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has suffered the most extensive damage a three-decade history of vandalism.

Serbia is set to lose almost a quarter of its population by 2050

In the past three decades, Serbia has lost a million people, and such a trend is likely to continue, according to the National Human Development Report, which was presented to the Assembly at the end of May.

In the past three decades, Serbia has lost a million people, and such a trend is likely to continue, according to the National Human Development Report, which was presented to the Assembly at the end of May.

Serbian elections results: did the right grow stronger?

Presidential, extraordinary parliamentary and elections for the assembly of Belgrade, Bor and 12 other cities and municipalities were held in Serbia last Sunday.

Presidential, extraordinary parliamentary and elections for the assembly of Belgrade, Bor and 12 other cities and municipalities were held in Serbia last Sunday

Goodbye, Rio Tinto? Government of Serbia revokes all administrative acts related to the “Jadar” project

The Serbian government has officially ended its cooperation with Rio Tinto, but activists and the opposition demand clear assurances that this is not just a pre-election trick of the government.

The Serbian government has officially ended its cooperation with Rio Tinto, but activists and the opposition demand clear assurances that this is not just a pre-election trick of the government.

The green-left coalition MORAMO launched

The green-left coalition MORAMO launched

Members of the electoral coalition are the Don't Let Belgrade D(r)own movement, the Open Civic Platform ACTION, the Environmental Uprising, as well as a large number of activists and local movements.

Members of the electoral coalition are the Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own movement, the Open Civic Platform ACTION, the Environmental Uprising, as well as a large number of activists and local movements.