(A-Radio) The Lieferando Workers‘ Collective and the struggle for a workers’ council in Berlin’s delivery sector

On its new website, the Anarchist Radio Berlin presents you an interview with the Lieferando Workers’ Collective about the struggles in Berlin’s gig economy.

Some weeks ago, we met with two members of the Lieferando Workers‘ Collective (LWC) in Berlin and talked with them about their struggles in the gig economy, and with Lieferando, one of the major players in the German delivery sector. In our interview we spoke about lots of interesting topics, we got to know their successful struggle for a workers’ council, the troubles and union busting methods brought up by the management and we tried to clarify what the company actually does, where and how workers are employed and what “dark kitchens” are. Tune in!

To get an even broader picture of the struggles in Berlin‘s gig economy, we would like to refer you to our recently published recording about the Gorillas Workers‘ Collective, its wildcat strike against the company and things they learned from the experience: https://www.aradio-berlin.org/gorillas-workers-collective-struggles-in-berlins-delivery-sector/

Length: 45 min

You can find other English audios as well as all issues of the monthly anarchist show “Bad News” here.

Among our last audios you can find:
* An interview about the antifeminist attack on the Syrena squat in Warsaw
* An interview about ten years of Syrian revolution and anarchism in the Arab world
* An audio about the ongoing wildcat strike at Gorillas food delivery in Berlin
* An interview about the book “Liberating Sápmi: Indigenous Resistance in Europe’s Far North”

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A-Radio Berlin

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