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06 December 2019 10:44

Albania: strongest earthquake in 40 years hit the country

 

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04 December 2019 00:43

BWI affiliates attending the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference in Perth last week held a protest against the anti-union “Ensuring Integrity” Bill, demanding the Government drop the legislation that is intended to attack the Australian trade union movement.Read more...


04 December 2019 00:31

A global conference of health and safety representatives from BWI affiliates, held in Perth, Western Australia, has underscored the importance of unions as a necessary precondition of safe work. Read more...


29 November 2019 08:56

BWI visits IKEA Industry Plant in PortugalRead more...


28 November 2019 13:05

At the recent BWI European Regional Committee that took place in Moldova on 14 November released a study entitled, “Mapping Effectiveness of Wage policies in construction and building materials sectors in Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan.Read more...


28 November 2019 12:05

The anti-union Ensuring Integrity Bill has failed to pass the Senate in Australia after a strong response from the Australian trade union movement and widespread public outcry. Read more...


28 November 2019 09:36

On 23 November 2019 the 15th Asia Pacific Regional Women’s Committee (RWC) meeting took place at the CFMEU Trades Hall in Perth, Australia. The RWC reviewed progress made in the sub-regions specifically on Convergence No. 4 – Gender Equality. Discussions were held on the ongoing global and regional campaigns which includes bridging the gender pay gap, ensuring appropriate facilities for women workers across sectors and women in leadership positions. Read more...


26 November 2019 08:53

European Regional Youth Committee 2019 – 2021 Regional Action Plan
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25 November 2019 12:05

From 2-4 September 2019 in Skopje, North Macedonia, the BWI with the support of FES and Union to Union held the 2019 Global Women’s Leadership Meeting, bringing at least forty women leaders from twenty countries throughout the globe.Read more...