The French Working Class is Fed Up, Too
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Today, guest host Frank Emspak from Labor Radio joins us live from Paris for a conversation about ongoing developments in the labor movement in France with Daniel Cirera.
Daniel Cirera is a senior researcher in international relations and secretary general of the scientific council of the Gabriel Péri Foundation, a progressive think tank in France. His research focuses on labor and social movements, and he is co-editor of Regards croisés USA-France. Mouvements et politique en temps de crises (2022).
Cover photo: Protesters in Geneva hold a sign reading “Travailler moins, vivre mieux!” (Work less, live better!), April 2022, by MHM55 on Wikimedia Commons