Renault workers fight sackings - Solidarity

A graphic account, written by rank-and-file French metalworkers, of struggles against job cuts at Renault in Paris and Le Mans, written as British car manufacturers also make cuts. Published as the first Agitator (later renamed Solidarity) pamphlet.

French auto workers threaten to blow up factory

Workers at collapsed French car parts maker New Fabris threatened on Sunday to blow up their factory if they did not receive payouts by July 31 from auto groups Renault and Peugeot to compensate for their lost jobs.

Strike at the Dacia-Renault plant in Romania, 2008

Dacia-Renault plant, Romania

Account and analysis of a significant strike of auto workers in Romania early 2008

Wave of strikes and agreements in Brazilian car industry

Workers at major car industry plants in Brazil went on strike during September in support of their demands for improved pay.

Romania: Workers strike at Dacia-Renault

10,000 workers have walked out of the Dacia-Renault car plant for improved wages.

France: another suicide by Renault worker

This death was the fourth suicide in a year by a worker at the Guyancourt technocentre site.

France: suicides amongst auto-workers

A spate of suicides amongst workers at French car plants reflects the fact that large numbers of workers are being driven to take their own lives by workplace stresses.

France: Sabotage at Renault factory

Workers at the Renault factory in Le Mans have been accused by management of sabotaging factory equipment.

1936-1938: The Workers of the Paris Region During the Popular Front - Michael Seidman

Renault workers on strike, 1936

A study of the mass strike and militant working class movement which erupted during the period of the French popular front government in 1936.