Youth

26 November 2019 08:53

European Regional Youth Committee 2019 – 2021 Regional Action Plan

 

European Regional Youth Committee 2019 – 2021 Regional Action Plan
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16 October 2019 07:59

Low wages prevent rural development in Eastern EuropeRead more...


17 April 2019 06:47

The BWI European Regional Youth Assembly was held on 10-14 April 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden hosted by BWI Swedish affiliates. The youth delegates representing twenty unions from fifteen countries throughout Europe elected six members of the regional committee. The delegates also elected Jakob Wagner of BYGGNADS-Sweden as the Chair.Read more...


17 April 2019 06:46

Participants at the first European Regional Youth Assembly that took place in Stockholm, Sweden partook in an action at Sergel square at the city centre to protest the high level of deadly workplace accidents in the construction sector and send a clear message that every worker has the right to safe working conditions, as the right to live comes before profit.Read more...


20 December 2018 09:03

At the BWI Regional Conference, held in Adana, Turkey, delegates which included a strong continent of youth representatives from Sweden, United Kingdom, Italy, Macedonia, Georgia, and Serbia approved the establishment of a Regional Youth Committee for the first time.Read more...


25 October 2016 19:27


“Young people are one of the focus group of training and organization of BWI sectors. However, unfortunately, it is also the young people who often face problems at workplace due to poor working conditions and precarious employment.
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21 October 2016 09:58

Affiliates from Africa and Middle East called for a meeting in Maputo, Mozambique for young workers representatives on 12 September, 2016 to explore and bring forth innovations to Trade Unions in BWI industries.
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21 April 2016 13:16

The 2nd MANWU Youth Conference took place on the 16th and 17th of March 2016 at the Greiters Lodge in Windhoek.Read more...


18 April 2016 09:50

The first BWI youth Festival attended by 370 young workers from all over the world has been opened by the BWI President Klaus Wiesehügel who remembered that thirty years ago he was attending at the same venue to a summer school of young trade unionist from Europe to find solution on how to revive the trade union movement in Western Europe.
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