Youth


04 February 2021 08:59

BWI: Another world is possible

 

As part of its efforts to support this year's World Social Forum (WSF), BWI’s Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) organised a webinar titled “Construction and Building Material Women and Young Unionists in Latin America”.Read more...


14 December 2020 05:44

Young trade unionists from BWI Africa and the Middle East channled their musical talents and creativity by offering this beautiful music video that draws attention to the situation of workers in the region amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read more...


07 December 2020 00:31

BWI’s young trade union leaders in Europe called for the building of more political and economic “shields” to protect workers from a new wave of anti-labour policies as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more...


02 December 2020 12:55

Young people from Africa and the Middle East are calling for stronger trade unionism and social dialogue mechanisms to combat the negative effects of COVID-19 on their health and employment. Read more...


16 October 2020 07:14

To fully adapt to the new normal imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trade Union of Forestry, Wood and Paper Processing of the Republic of Srpska organised a seminar on 10 October on the basics of webinars among its youth and women members. Read more...


09 October 2020 09:16

BWI regional youth leaders to launch campaigns on professional training, environment and decent work

The BWI Regional Youth Committee (RYC) for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) approved a resolution committing itself to launch global campaigns on professional training, environmental sustainability and decent work. The resolution was presented before its second RYC meeting held last 24 September.
Read more...


07 October 2020 13:08


Today marks World Day for Decent Work where we, the youth members of BWI, continue the fight for decent work and a better future for all. We keep in mind that more than 200 million people are unemployed worldwide and workers’ rights are under threat from oppressive regimes and their austerity measures.
Read more...


06 October 2020 20:21

BWI’s young trade unionists, marking the World Day for Decent Work on 7 October, sat down with their elder counterparts to share and exchange ideas on decent work and how it is an important part of building a better future. Read more...


06 October 2020 20:14

As part of their campaign for decent work leading to the World Day for Decent Work on 7 October, BWI’s young trade unionists took charge of the global union’s official social media platforms, particularly its Instagram and Facebook accounts, to share stories and information on their respective unions’ campaigns and challenges in promoting decent work and a better future for all.
Read more...