• Sécurité dans ses entrepôts : Amazon ciblé de toute part - Page 1 | Mediapart
    https://www.mediapart.fr/journal/economie/080420/securite-dans-ses-entrepots-amazon-cible-de-toute-part

    Alors que l’entreprise assure tout mettre en œuvre pour protéger ses salariés face à l’épidémie, l’administration l’a mise en demeure de revoir ses procédures dans quatre de ses six entrepôts. Et plusieurs procès intentés par des syndicats se profilent. l y a moins de trois semaines, lorsque Mediapart a révélé que le patron des entrepôts d’Amazon reconnaissait que toutes les mesures de sécurité contre l’épidémie de Covid-19 n’étaient pas respectées dans les différents sites de l’entreprise, le sujet pouvait (...)

    #Amazon #santé #travail #GigEconomy

    ##santé

  • 190 migrants from Tzia being transferred to mainland

    http://www.ekathimerini.com/251503/article/ekathimerini/news/190-migrants-from-tzia-being-transferred-to-mainland

    Greek authorities started on Wednesday evening the transfer to the mainland of 190 migrants who had been stranded on the island of Tzia since the Turkish smuggling ship they were onboard ran aground there on March 16.

    The migrants, who were quarantined for two weeks after a few among them developed symptoms resembling those of the new coronavirus were boarding Andros Jet that would take them to Nea Kavala.

    Last Saturday, health inspectors visited Tzia to test them for Covid-19 ahead of their scheduled transfer.

    The small oil tanker that ran aground off Tzia has been identified as the Dorduncu, a Turkish-flagged ship that was built in 1968. Its passengers, who were able to get off the vessel safely, told investigators that they had paid smugglers in Turkey 5,000 euros each for passage to Italy.

    The ship had reportedly set sail from Canakkale in northwestern Turkey and managed to cross the Aegean undetected by switching off its Automatic Identification System.

    Authorities say that three traffickers are among the passengers.

    #Covid-19 #Migration #Migrant #Balkans #Grèce #Camp #Tzia #Quarantaine #NeaKavala #

  • Etat des lieux de la #précarité chez les #personnels_enseignants

    #Reims #ESR #enseignement_supérieur #statistiques #chiffres #titulaires #non-titulaires #proportion #besoins #travail

    –-> Commentaire reçu via la mailing-list Facs et labo en lutte, le 08.04.2020

    Photographie de l’emploi au sein l’UFR de Sciences économiques, sociales et de gestion de l’#Université_de_Reims.
    Ces données sont très instructives sur la proportion d’#heures réalisées par des enseignant.e.s non titulaires et sur la part des #heures_complémentaires : elles montrent de façon criante les besoins énormes en #postes d’enseignant·es chercheur·es titulaires à l’échelle d’une UFR.

    Aussi sur le blog Academia :
    https://academia.hypotheses.org/22255

  • Germany to take in 50 refugee children from Greek islands

    Germany will take in fifty unaccompanied minors from the Greek islands next week. Critics say this is too little, too late, given that tens of thousands of migrants and refugees remain in the overcrowded camps.

    The German interior ministry announced on Tuesday that the federal cabinet was set to approve the transfer of 50 unaccompanied minors to Germany on Wednesday.

    The children and teenagers will be brought to Germany “in the following week if possible,” the ministry said. After their arrival, they will be quarantined for two weeks and then send to different states across the country.

    In an interview with German TV stations RTL and n-tv on Wednesday, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that Germany would take in a total of 350 to 500 minors over the next few weeks. He also said that Germany and Luxembourg were currently the only countries within the European Union (EU) willing to take in refugees and migrants from Greece.

    According to Maas, Germany and Luxembourg will try to carry out a charter flight together next week.

    Plans to relocate refugees stalled by coronavirus

    In early March, the three governing parties in Germany had agreed on taking in between 1,000 and 1,500 foreign minors that were particularly vulnerable (i.e. either seriously ill or under the age of 14 and without their families) from Greece.

    Also in early March, several EU states had announced that they would take in a total of 1,600 vulnerable refugees from the Greek island camps. Eight other EU countries had agreed to take in underage refugees and migrants from the Greek islands, according to a recent statement by the German interior ministry. These countries were France, Portugal, Ireland, Finland, Croatia, Lithuania, Belgium and Bulgaria. But due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, these countries’ relocation plans seem to have been largely suspended.

    Critics: government not doing enough

    Several opposition politicians and activists in Germany criticized the German government’s handling of the situation in Greece, saying that taking in just 50 minors was far too little.

    Claudia Roth, a prominent member of the Green Party, said the interior ministry’s plans were “long overdue” and only amounted to a drop in the ocean.

    Günter Burkhardt, the head of the Pro Asyl NGO, said that the camps in Greece should be completely evacuated to prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 - the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

    Erik Marquardt, a migrants’ rights activist, Green Party politician and member of the European Parliament, tweeted: “Germany wants to evacuate 50 children. On Lesbos alone this will mean that the government coalition will sacrifice 19,950 people … They are bringing 80,000 workers to Germany to harvest asparagus but fail to (help) a few thousand people in mortal danger. What a sad embarrassment.”

    https://twitter.com/ErikMarquardt/status/1247572330575994880?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E12

    Marquardt in his statement referred to the fact that an estimated 20,000 people live in the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Germany recently announced it would bring in 80,000 foreign farmworkers for the harvest, in spite of various border closures across the EU.

    Camps extremely overcrowded

    Experts and migrant rights activists have long been worried about the situation on several Greek islands, where tens of thousands of migrants are sill living in overcrowded camps. The situation is particularly dire on Lesbos. The Moria camp there was built for no more than 3,000 people – yet around 20,000 migrants and refugees currently live in and around the camp.

    The Greek government has put the migrants camps on partial lockdown to prevent a potential coronavirus outbreak, but many believe that these measures are insufficient to protect the residents.

    In Greece, there have been 1,832 confirmed coronavirus cases and 269 deaths, according to John Hopkins University (as of midday on Wednesday, CEST). There have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in camps on the Greek islands thus far. But there has been at least one case on Lesbos among the island’s native population, and there have also been outbreaks at two camps on the Greek mainland.

    https://www.infomigrants.net/en/post/23949/germany-to-take-in-50-refugee-children-from-greek-islands

    #Allemagne #asile #réfugiés #Grèce #relocalisation #transfert #îles #mineurs #enfants

  • Who will be on the list of 1,600 refugees relocated from Greece?

    https://www.infomigrants.net/en/post/23468/who-will-be-on-the-list-of-1-600-refugees-relocated-from-greece

    On Friday a group of seven EU states announced they would take in some of the most vulnerable migrants, mostly children, from Greece. The lists are still being finalized, as are the number of countries willing to participate. InfoMigrants asked some international organizations: How it is decided who goes on the list?

    The list of 1,600 vulnerable migrants to be transported from Greece to various EU states has not yet been finalized. So it is difficult to obtain details of who might be on the list, or even how these lists are drawn up. The number of EU states willing to participate is also not set in stone. So far seven countries have signed up, including Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg and Portugal.

    InfoMigrants asked a number of international organizations, which have participated in these kinds of humanitarian projects before, to explain how the list might be drawn up and who might be on it.

    Individual states decide who goes on the list

    The EU Commission confirmed that individual member states are responsible for designating who will be accepted in their countries. France for instance already announced its intention to take in about 400 of the most vulnerable asylum seekers in January. Germany too has pledged to take at least 300. The German news magazine Der Spiegel reported on March 13 that roughly 700 of the 1,600 were expected to be shared between Germany and France.

    Der Spiegel also reported that Bulgaria and Lithuania were considering adding their names to the list of seven, as was non-EU member state Switzerland.

    Criteria ’varies from state to state’

    The EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson in a press conference on Friday, March 13 said that the criteria for deciding who goes on the list varied from state to state. Some stated language criteria, others are looking to expand their quota through family reunification.
    People under subsidiary protection have had to wait for family reunifications to be allowed | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Pförtner
    People under subsidiary protection have had to wait for family reunifications to be allowed | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Pförtner
    The German government has been reported saying that on its list it would be looking to welcome mostly the most vulnerable, including children who might be suffering from health problems and their families, as well as unaccompanied children, mostly girls.

    About 93% of unaccompanied children are male

    The UN Children’s rights organization UNICEF states that there are currently about 5,500 unaccompanied children in Greece at the moment. UNHCR says that 92.5% of those unaccompanied minors are boys, mainly from Afghanistan and just 7.5% are girls. That means that about 5,087 of them are male.

    Commissioner Johansson said that Greece had initially asked for relocation of vulnerable and unaccompanied minors “back in September or October last year,” and that the Commission had been approaching individual member states in vain ever since. Johansson felt that the “momentum” to make this happen now was a result of Turkey’s actions at the end of February and a desire on the part of other EU countries “to show solidarity with Greece.”

    ’No point in waiting’

    Johansson said there was “no point in waiting” for the re-locations to begin. Although the time frame was still up for discussion some countries, “like Luxembourg,” would be up for starting relocation this week, “other states might need a little longer,” cautioned Johansson, refusing to name names. Luxembourg’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) tweeted a video of its Foreign and European Affairs Minister, as well as Minister for Asylum, Jean Asselborn in which he said, on arrival at the conference in Brussels on Friday, that the only criteria that Luxembourg had was to “help Greece with some of the most vulnerable young people on Lesbos and elsewhere in Greece who didn’t have their parents with them.”

    Der Spiegel reported that the German government also wanted to start as soon as possible.
    Johansson said the only caveat that could lead to delays might be to assess any special action needed to stop the spread of the Covid-19 Coronavirus around Europe, which has been designated a World Health Organization (WHO) hot spot for the virus.
    In terms of numbers, Johansson promised that there would be “at least 1,600” relocated from Greece but failed to explain what would happen to the other 3,900 unaccompanied minors still in Greece.

    She did say that there would be no decisions made on the basis of how long a child might have already been waiting in Greece. Those that had been on the islands for “several years were likely already over 18 by now,” she added with a resigned smile. She also admitted that thorough age assessment had not been carried out on all the minors present in Greece and so the figures were necessarily a bit of an estimate.

    A number of organizations participate
    The Norwegian Refugee Scheme said that the last relocation scheme in the EU was “run by the Greek asylum service and the International Organization for Migration.” In a statement on its website, the Greek asylum service has temporarily suspended its services to the public until mid-April.

    The UNHCR stated that it would be standing by to “offer technical support and advice to EU member states in this regard, making use of the experience gained through its operational involvement in the relocation scheme implemented in Greece in the years 2015-16.”

    More than 2,000 unaccompanied children on the islands

    The UNHCR said that more than 2,000 of unaccompanied refugee and migrant children were currently living on the Greek islands and that the majority of them “are living in precarious conditions and facing protection risks, such as exploitation, violence and human trafficking.”

    UNICEF’s regional adviser on Migration Laurent Chapuis added that all decisions regarding who goes on the list “should be made based on the child’s best interests, as well as on EU and international legislation, rather than solely on age and gender.”

    Chapuis added that UNICEF was “currently working on recommendations to Member States on the identification and prioritization of children to be relocated, and on the child protection considerations before, during and following the relocation.”

    Further solidarity expected in May

    Johansson said that there would be a further EU conference planned in May at which she expected member States to announce further kinds of support for Greece and the more than 40,000 migrants, refugees and asylum seekers currently resident there.

    According to the Greek National Center for Solidarity EKKA which supplied data sent by the Norwegian Refugee Council, in the middle of February 2020 about 4,332 of the unaccompanied children were currently in some form of shelter or reception center in Greece. The others, “have been reported as living in informal/insecure housing,” it stated.

    Around 44% of unaccompanied migrant children come from Afghanistan and about 21% from Pakistan. 11% are from Syria and about 24% from various other nations.

    Der Spiegel reported that even without these relocations about 400 migrants and asylum seekers were reaching Germany every day at the moment. According to the latest statistics published by the German Federal Office for Migration (BAMF) more than 14,000 people applied for asylum in Germany in January 2020 this year alone. Most applications were filed by Syrians, Afghans and Iraqis.

    #Covid-19 #Migration #Migrant #Balkans #Grèce #Camp #Transfert #Croatia #France #Germany #Ireland #Italy #Luxembourg #Portugal #Suisse #Lituanie #Bulgarie #enfant #vulnérable #famille #santé #mineurnonaccompagné #

  • Germany to take in 50 refugee children from Greek islands

    https://www.infomigrants.net/en/post/23949/germany-to-take-in-50-refugee-children-from-greek-islands

    Germany will take in fifty unaccompanied minors from the Greek islands next week. Critics say this is too little, too late, given that tens of thousands of migrants and refugees remain in the overcrowded camps.

    The German interior ministry announced on Tuesday that the federal cabinet was set to approve the transfer of 50 unaccompanied minors to Germany on Wednesday.

    The children and teenagers will be brought to Germany “in the following week if possible,” the ministry said. After their arrival, they will be quarantined for two weeks and then send to different states across the country.

    In an interview with German TV stations RTL and n-tv on Wednesday, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that Germany would take in a total of 350 to 500 minors over the next few weeks. He also said that Germany and Luxembourg were currently the only countries within the European Union (EU) willing to take in refugees and migrants from Greece.

    Earlier on Tuesday, Luxembourg had announced that it would take in 12 unaccompanied minors from the islands of Lesbos and Chios.

    According to Maas, Germany and Luxembourg will try to carry out a charter flight together next week.

    Plans to relocate refugees stalled by coronavirus

    In early March, the three governing parties in Germany had agreed on taking in between 1,000 and 1,500 foreign minors that were particularly vulnerable (i.e. either seriously ill or under the age of 14 and without their families) from Greece.

    Also in early March, several EU states had announced that they would take in a total of 1,600 vulnerable refugees from the Greek island camps. Eight other EU countries had agreed to take in underage refugees and migrants from the Greek islands, according to a recent statement by the German interior ministry. These countries were France, Portugal, Ireland, Finland, Croatia, Lithuania, Belgium and Bulgaria. But due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, these countries’ relocation plans seem to have been largely suspended.

    Critics: government not doing enough

    Several opposition politicians and activists in Germany criticized the German government’s handling of the situation in Greece, saying that taking in just 50 minors was far too little.

    Claudia Roth, a prominent member of the Green Party, said the interior ministry’s plans were “long overdue” and only amounted to a drop in the ocean.

    Günter Burkhardt, the head of the Pro Asyl NGO, said that the camps in Greece should be completely evacuated to prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 - the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

    Erik Marquardt, a migrants’ rights activist, Green Party politician and member of the European Parliament, tweeted: “Germany wants to evacuate 50 children. On Lesbos alone this will mean that the government coalition will sacrifice 19,950 people … They are bringing 80,000 workers to Germany to harvest asparagus but fail to (help) a few thousand people in mortal danger. What a sad embarrassment.”

    arquardt in his statement referred to the fact that an estimated 20,000 people live in the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Germany recently announced it would bring in 80,000 foreign farmworkers for the harvest, in spite of various border closures across the EU.

    Camps extremely overcrowded

    Experts and migrant rights activists have long been worried about the situation on several Greek islands, where tens of thousands of migrants are sill living in overcrowded camps. The situation is particularly dire on Lesbos. The Moria camp there was built for no more than 3,000 people – yet around 20,000 migrants and refugees currently live in and around the camp.

    The Greek government has put the migrants camps on partial lockdown to prevent a potential coronavirus outbreak, but many believe that these measures are insufficient to protect the residents.

    In Greece, there have been 1,832 confirmed coronavirus cases and 269 deaths, according to John Hopkins University (as of midday on Wednesday, CEST). There have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in camps on the Greek islands thus far. But there has been at least one case on Lesbos among the island’s native population, and there have also been outbreaks at two camps on the Greek mainland.

    With AFP, dpa, epd, KNA, Reuters

    #Covid-19 #Migration #Migrant #Balkans #Grèce #Lesbos #moria #camp #ilesgrecques #Allemagne #Transfert #mineurs

  • Nos agriculteurs en grande difficulté depuis que les travailleurs migrants ne peuvent plus les aider
    #Covid-19 #Migration #Migrant #Europe #agriculture#travail
    https://dailygeekshow.com/travailleurs-migrants-frontieres-agriculture

    https://dailygeekshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/5gI94dnR-1.jpeg

  • WELCOME INITIATIVE

    *This report is referring to the period from 30 March to 3 April 2020, and some information could be outdated.

    The Coronavirus pandemic is still in full swing and is affecting the everyday life of all of us, most of all those who are not in a position to stay “home” because they don’t have one. On Monday, the Ministry of Interior announced a decision to suspend measures against foreigners on short-term stays as per the Foreigners Act. However, the question is, what about the existence of the most vulnerable groups caught up in the current situation - people whose claims for international protection have been denied and who have been ordered to leave Croatia, people who have resided in Croatia based on work quotas or residence and work permits and have found themselves now in an irregular status and out of work. These people do not have the opportunity to leave Croatia, but they also do not have a guaranteed roof over their heads, health care or secured existence. The Portuguese government’s decision to guarantee civil rights during the pandemic to asylum seekers and migrants is certainly a model that the other Member States, including Croatia, should aspire to.

    The current pandemic is not the time to leave human destinies to individuals who can and want to help, instead, the government needs to provide protection and support to those in need.

    The measures in place in most EU Member States, as a consequence of the coronavirus crisis, affect common (not always ideal and desirable) practices. Thus, in some EU Member States, the measure of migrant detention has been abolished - because its purpose, the removal of irregularly resident third-country nationals, is impossible. Spain will, therefore, by Monday 6th April, empty all detention centres in the country and relocate all irregular migrants to facilities intended as alternatives to detention. In Croatia, it’s still unknown what the situation is in detention facilities (Ježevo, Trilj, Tovarnik) - as the appropriate authorities don’t provide information nor answer queries. We advocate and urge Croatia to act in the same way as the other Member States and to find an alternative to detention. This is an opportunity to reflect on the implementation of measures as alternatives to detention in the Republic of Croatia, which the Centre for Peace Studies wrote in 2017.

    In the past month, the Croatian media have been reporting on plans to move unaccompanied children from Greece to Croatia. The appropriate authorities didn’t provide much information on further plans, but this was the topic of the week for the LIBE Committee at the European Parliament. At the meeting, Ylva Johansson (minutes: 12:04), discussed the plans pointing out that about 1,600 children will be moved to Luxembourg, Germany, France, Finland, Croatia, Portugal and Lithuania. The move will begin this or next week with Luxembourg. Some plans will be delayed due to the lack of flights and the introduction of measures to address the COVID-19 crisis. As for Croatia, the delay would be due to the reception centre intended for unaccompanied children being damaged by the earthquake. As we didn’t notice news reports of such damage in the media, we will certainly investigate the object in question. Regardless, we believe that with other adequate facilities, as well as the possibility of foster care, the relocation of children should not wait.

    The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Migration and Refugees of the Council of Europe and the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) published an announcement regarding main guarantees of fundamental rights applicable at the external borders of the EU Member States and the Council of Europe. The purpose of the announcement is to support the EU Member States and the Council of Europe in their duties of safeguarding measures, including combating the spread of COVID-19 and addressing issues of public order, public health or national security. While protecting external borders and preserving public order and public health, States also have an obligation to protect fundamental human rights. Some of the issues the announcement focuses on are: what duties do the Member States have when protecting their external borders, what legal repercussions should be applied in the event of excessive use of force at the borders, what rules apply when people cross borders illegally, can access to asylum be suspended, how to respect the principle of no pushbacks, what can be done to help the most vulnerable, especially unaccompanied children? You may read the full announcement here.

    Refusing protection, non-solidarity and failing to participate responsibly in providing a secure refuge is not only cruel but also contrary to the EU law - the European Court of Justice confirmed yesterday in a ruling that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic violated EU law by refusing to receive refugees from Italy and Greece during the 2015 refugee crisis. Despite the decision of the Ministers of the Internal Affairs, these countries refused to accept responsibility for human lives and have violated the principles of solidarity and the rule of the law.

    #Covid-19 #Migration #Migrant #Balkans #Croatie #Détention #Camp #Ježevo #Trilj #Tovarnik #Mineurs #Transfert #Grèce

  • Christian contre Amazon
    https://www.lapresse.ca/international/etats-unis/202004/08/01-5268489-christian-contre-amazon.php

    Au bout du fil, Christian Smalls met fin à une entrevue téléphonique avec La Presse sur cet appel aux clients de son ancien employeur. Lundi dernier, ce père de trois jeunes enfants a été viré par Amazon après avoir travaillé pendant quatre ans dans le centre de distribution de Staten Island, cinquième arrondissement de New York, situé à quelques encablures de la statue de la Liberté. Son congédiement est survenu après sa participation à l’organisation d’un modeste débrayage pour protester contre la (...)

    #Amazon #conditions #lutte #travail #santé

    ##santé

  • Covid-19 : Pour sauver sa saison agricole, l’Espagne se tourne vers les immigrés

    Pour rappel, le gouvernement espagnol a déjà proposé aux entreprises agricoles de prolonger les contrats de 6 600 femmes marocaines déjà présentes dans les champs.

    ...Suite : https://www.yabiladi.com/articles/details/91901/covid-19-pour-sauver-saison-agricole.html
    https://www.yabiladi.com/articles/details/91901/covid-19-pour-sauver-saison-agricole.html
    #Covid-19#migrant#migration#Espagne#Maroc#Travailleursaisonnier

  • Déchets à risques infectieux, protections refusées : éboueu.r.se.s en danger ! | Jeanne Guien
    https://blogs.mediapart.fr/jeanne-guien/blog/070420/dechets-risques-infectieux-protections-refusees-eboueurses-en-danger

    Alors que le volume des déchets à risque infectieux augmente, de même que le nombre de collègues malades, les éboueu.r.se.s du public comme du privé continuent à déplorer le manque de protections et de mesures de sécurité. Selon la ministre de la transition écologique, le Haut Conseil de la Santé Publique et le syndicat des industriels du déchet (FNADE), ces protections seraient superflues... Source : Relevé sur le Net...

  • #Stéphane_Beaud est sociologue, auteur de l’ouvrage La France des Belhoumi. Portraits de famille (1977-2017).

    Cette enquête, qu’il est venu présenter à Valence en décembre 2019, retrace le destin des huit enfants d’une famille algérienne installée en #France, et révèle notamment le rôle majeur de la #transmission_des_savoirs par l’école en milieu populaire.

    https://www.le-cpa.com/a-vos-cotes/nos-ressources
    #entretien #interview #audio #migrations #Algérie #algériens #école #classes_populaires #immigrés_algériens #migrants_algériens #quartiers_populaires

    ping @cede @karine4 @albertocampiphoto

  • Tracking : quelle efficacité contre le Covid-19, quel danger pour la vie privé ? - Rapports de Force
    https://rapportsdeforce.fr/pouvoir-et-contre-pouvoir/tracking-quelle-efficacite-contre-le-covid-19-quel-danger-pour-la-vi

    La fin du confinement semble encore loin mais déjà le gouvernement s’y prépare. Pour en faciliter la mise en place, la surveillance technologique est une option envisagée. Une application smartphone de traçage individuel (tracking), permettant d’identifier les personnes en contact avec les porteurs du Covid-19, est actuellement à l’étude au niveau européen et la France pourrait bien s’en saisir. Pour quelle efficacité et quel respect de la vie privé ? Du ministre de l’Intérieur, qui avoue dimanche au (...)

    #algorithme #Bluetooth #smartphone #TraceTogether #GPS #consentement #géolocalisation #métadonnées #BigData #santé #surveillance #LaQuadratureduNet (...)

    ##santé ##PEPP-PT

  • #Sous-traitance = #maltraitance dans nos facs et labos

    La sous-traitance – en particulier pour les personnels de s#écurité, de #ménage, d’#accueil et de restauration – est de plus en plus importante dans l’enseignement supérieur et la recherche (#ESR). De manière structurelle, les conditions de travail de ces travailleurs et travailleuses sont catastrophiques : salaires extrêmement faibles, travail dissimulé, marchandage, sanctions et licenciements abusifs, endettement des salarié·es auprès des entreprises…
    Les #multinationales comme #Elior, #Eurest ou #Derichebourg qui gèrent la #restauration ou le #nettoyage de nombreux sites publics de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche (ESR) ont à plusieurs reprises été dénoncées pour leur pratiques d’exploitation éhontées de travailleur·ses sans-papiers ou de licenciement abusif. A cela s’ajoute le racisme, le mépris de classe, la xénophobie et le sexisme de leurs employeurs et de la communauté scientifique, qui se traduit par l’absence de reconnaissance et d’estime pour leur travail, par l’indifférence à leurs conditions de travail, par leur exclusion des espaces collectifs professionnels et, dans de nombreux cas, par des insultes, du harcèlement moral, des agressions physiques et des violences sexuelles (sur les discriminations et violences racistes et sexistes structurelles dans l’ESR, lire cet article : http://lmsi.net/Vos-asterisques-sont-trop-etroits-pour-nos-vecus).

    GESTION DU COVID-19 = MISE EN DANGER DE MORT

    Si de nombreuses personnes salariées de l’ESR, ont eu accès au télétravail, les employé·es de la sous-traitance travaillent quotidiennement sur les sites qui sont restés ouverts, notamment pour faire du travail inutile dans le contexte de pandémie. Certain·es doivent même travailler davantage : « Profiter de l’absence des cadres pour faire le ménage de printemps dans les bureaux » !
    Ils et elles travaillent sans information fiable sur le COVID-19 et sans matériel approprié, en prenant les transports en commun pendant de longues heures afin de rejoindre leur lieu de travail. D’ordinaire déjà, nous dénonçons l’hypocrisie des directions d’établissements qui se défaussent de leur responsabilité d’employeur en laissant des entreprises exploiter jusqu’à l’os ces salarié·es dans les universités. Avec la pandémie actuelle de COVID-19, nous considérons que cette indifférence est criminelle.

    Les travailleuses et travailleurs de la sous-traitance dans l’ESR, très souvent employé·es en CDD et en temps partiel contraint, travaillent dans la peur vis-à-vis de leurs supérieur·es hiérarchiques, ce qui rend difficile l’exercice de leur droit de retrait ou de recours syndicaux. Ils et elles sont également très isolé·es du fait du traitement inégalitaire (travail sur site versus télétravail ou dispense de travail) entre travailleur·ses dans les universités et laboratoires, et trouvent peu de soutien pour dénoncer leur exploitation ainsi que les risques qu’ils et elles doivent prendre. Ce traitement inégalitaire est une évidence dans la gestion de la division du (non-)travail dans cette période de crise. Dans un même corps de métiers sur les sites de l’École normale supérieure (sécurité, ménage, etc.), les agent·es des entreprises de sous-traitance sont mobilisé·es pour travailler sur site alors que les collègues « avec statuts », et les étudiant·es, obtiennent des aménagements et des accords pour rester confiné·es à leur domicile.

    JUSTICE POUR LES TRAVAILLEURS ET TRAVAILLEUSES

    Ainsi, la pandémie actuelle ne rend que plus saillantes les inégalités préexistantes. De nombreux travailleurs et travailleuses précarisé·es poursuivent le travail pour assurer la chaine d’approvisionnement ou encore le ramassage des ordures. Cela révèle au grand jour les inégalités, entre ceux et celles à qui l’on ordonne de se présenter à leur poste de travail, et ceux et celles que l’on encourage à se mettre en télétravail pour respecter le confinement (voir cette lettre d’un ouvrier du BTP adressée à la Ministre du Travail). Les premièr·es, à qui l’on fait prendre tous les risques au service des second·es, à qui on demande de rester chez soi. De la même façon, la classe dirigeante s’entête à assurer une « continuité » de la production qui n’a de sens que pour les actionnaires, exposant directement les plus précaires comme en témoignent nombre de travailleurs et travailleuses contraint·es à travailler malgré la pandémie. Cela est insupportable !

    Néanmoins, malgré les circonstances exceptionnelles, la contestation sociale demeure forte ! Le personnel de ménage de l’hôpital de Lewisham de Londres s’est mis en grève le 12 mars pour protester contre le non-paiement des salaires ainsi que contre le manque de mesures et de matériel de protection face au coronavirus. L’université londonienne de SOAS a enregistré son premier cas de COVID-19 le 6 mars mais n’a pris aucune mesure de fermeture de l’établissement et de protection. La direction s’est vue dénoncée pour avoir envoyé deux agents du ménage nettoyer une pièce très probablement contaminée par le coronavirus sans aucune protection ni information. Le personnel de ménage de cette université, mais aussi d’un hôpital de Nantes, ont porté leurs revendications, notamment contre la sous-traitance et le mépris que celle-ci exprime. L’action collective, l’exercice du droit de retrait et du droit d’alerte, la grève et la solidarité restent les leviers des travailleurs et travailleuses comme l’ont montré les grèves de mars dernier en Italie, où le gouvernement a décrété la fermeture des industries et activités non-essentielles le 22 mars 2020, suite à des mouvements de grève contre l’obligation de travailler dans un contexte de pandémie meurtrière.

    Ici, nous souhaitons rappeler aux directions d’établissement leur responsabilité pénale et leur faire comprendre que nous ferons tout notre possible pour que leurs actes aient des conséquences, pour elles et eux aussi.
    Nous souhaitons aussi rappeler aux camarades de lutte de l’ESR le sort de ces travailleurs et travailleuses, hier méprisé·es, aujourd’hui sacrifié·es. Soutenons-les de toutes nos forces !

    Face à cette situation indigne, nous exigeons immédiatement :

    Le dépôt d’un droit d’alerte par les représentant·es du personnel auprès du CHSCT en raison du danger imminent qu’encourent les employé·es de la sous-traitance.

    Le recensement des employé·es de sous-traitance qui travaillent et l’évaluation de leurs conditions de travail pendant le confinement.

    Puisque personne doit se retrouver contraint à fournir un travail non-essentiel en temps de pandémie, tous et toutes doivent recevoir leur paie et leur autorisation d’arrêt de travail.

    Cette situation révoltante nous montre que l’on doit construire la lutte pour :

    L’internalisation des travailleur·ses en sous-traitance dans l’ESR, notamment pour une amélioration des conditions de travail et de rémunération de ce personnel essentiel à la mission pédagogique et scientifique hors-confinement ;

    La #régularisation des personnes sans #titre_de_séjour et l’obtention d’un titre de séjour de longue durée pour les employé·es de la sous-traitance.

    Nous appelons également à la création de collectif de soutien aux employé·es de la sous-traitance dans tous les sites universitaires et de recherche pour rendre visible et soutenir leurs revendications individuelles et collectives.

    https://universiteouverte.org/2020/04/07/sous-traitance-maltraitance-dans-nos-facs-et-labos
    #externalisation #université #facs #France #travail #exploitation
    #coronavirus #covid-19 #confinement

  • Nouvelle forme de #confinement aux portes de l’Union européenne. Actes de la conférence de Madrid (2019)

    Depuis la mise en place de « l’#approche_hotspot », en 2015, par l’Union européenne (UE), Migreurop décrypte ses conséquences et dérives dans ses publications et à l’occasion de diverses rencontres internationales (Calais 2015, Rabat 2016). Le but de ce dispositif, qui n’a rien de nouveau, est en d’empêcher les arrivées et de criminaliser la migration, ce qui s’accompagne d’une montée de la #violence et d’atteintes aux droits des migrant·e·s dans le cadre d’une politique du tout sécuritaire. Cinq ans après, qu’en est-il en Europe et au-delà ?

    Pour faire le point, Migreurop a organisé le 8 juin 2019 à Madrid une #conférence sur les nouvelles formes de confinement aux portes de l’UE, qui a permis de mettre à jour les connaissances sur les situations de #détention dans divers pays de la zone géographique couverte par le réseau.

    Grâce à nos membres et invité.e.s, ont ainsi été abordées la situation dans les hotspots grecs et italiens – véritables « #oubliettes_modernes » et indignes –, ainsi que dans les « centres de séjour temporaires pour immigrés » (#CETI) dans les enclaves de #Ceuta et #Melilla, véritables lieux de #tri et d’#attente à l’entrée de l’Europe ; les pratiques de #non-accueil à #Malte et en #Espagne et également les politiques d’#externalisation, intrinsèquement liées à « l’approche hotspot », avec les cas marocain, égyptien et libyen. Finalement, dans les hotspots, ou lieux affiliés, les exilé.e.s sont cantonné.e.s dans des espaces qui ne sont pas destinés à accueillir, mais en réalité au service de la gestion des frontières fermées.

    http://www.migreurop.org/article2976.html

    –—

    En anglais : http://www.migreurop.org/article2977.html

    #hotspot #hotspots #Europe #EU #UE #migrations #asile #réfugiés #frontières #frontières_extérieures #Maroc #Italie #Grèce #Egypte #Libye #contrôles_frontaliers #fermeture_des_frontières

    ping @karine4 @_kg_

  • J’ai l’impression que personne ici n’a parlé de la nouvelle attestation de sortie... #électronique. Pour celles et ceux qui n’avaient pas d’imprimante... il leur faut un #smartphone (#gorafi_encore_plagié ) :

    COVID-19 Générateur d’attestation de déplacement dérogatoire
    https://media.interieur.gouv.fr/deplacement-covid-19

    Les données saisies sont stockées exclusivement sur votre téléphone ou votre ordinateur. Aucune information n’est collectée par le Ministère de l’Intérieur. L’attestation pdf générée contient un QR Code. Ce code-barres graphique permet de lire les informations portées dans votre attestation au moment de leur saisie. Il peut être déchiffré à l’aide de tout type de lecteur de QR code générique.

    Vous en pensez quoi ?

    #coronavirus #attestation

    • Renseigner un formulaire sur le site du Ministère de l’Intérieur ? Voilà qui est « plaisant ».
      Perso, deux PC (portables) opérationnels (quelques autres en mode « ordinosaures » et en maintenance) ; une imprimante ; un « phone » pas du tout « smart » (désactivé pour la navigation Internet). Madame a également une tablette et un smartphone mais elle commence à comprendre que #Android c’est le diable. Ma patience d’ex-pédago commence à porter ses fruits. Les mauvais retours d’expérience, eux aussi ont joué un rôle dans ce « désamour » pour l’hyperconnexion. Elle a choisi de désactiver la géolocalisation depuis le début des « conneries » liés à la crise #covid-19. Le seul avantage de la géolocalisation, c’est lorsque tu utilises Waze sur les trajets routiers : ça signale les radars et la flicaille grâce à la « communauté ». Mais est-ce vraiment un avantage ? De toute façon, question traçabilité, un simple ticket pris au péage d’une autoroute ou une transaction par carte bancaire font aussi le job.
      Autre précaution que l’on prend depuis peu : éteindre le portable au cours d’un déplacement. Ne le rallumer qu’en cas de nécessité, parce que ça a tendance à « borner » de façon intempestive ces petites bêtes-là.

      #tracking
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      #traçage #traque