Youth


24 September 2020 06:33

Video: Decent Work. Better Future

 

Leading to the 7 October World Day for Decent Work, BWI Youth prepared a video to promote the need for workers to have jobs that are secure, safe and offer just wages, especially amidst a pandemic.Read more...


22 September 2020 07:39

BWI initiated a youth research to highlight young workers’ increasing presence in union structures and to determine main aspects to enhance their participation in union movement. Read more...


17 August 2020 04:47


Undeterred by the COVID-19 pandemic, 27 trade unions in South Asia joined BWI in marking this year’s International Youth Day by calling for decent, safe and permanent jobs for all.
Read more...


12 August 2020 10:24

Through BWI’s campaign for decent jobs coinciding with the celebration of International Youth Day this year, Yolanda hopes that their government will respond adequately to their issues, handle the pandemic professionally and prioritise improving the economy. Read more...


10 August 2020 06:05

Young trade union members of the General Agriculture and Plantation Workers' Union of Zimbabwe (GAPWUZ) showed their dancing skills as they joined the call for decent, safe and secure jobs on 12 August, International Youth Day.
Read more...


06 August 2020 07:12

BWI’s International Youth Committee launches a video as a build up for its celebration of the International Youth Day on 12 August where it will call for decent, safe and regular jobs for all. Read more...


03 August 2020 10:36

To celebrate the 2020 International Youth Day, BWI and its young trade unionists are calling on their affiliates, partners and allies to campaign for “Decent, Safe & Permanent Jobs for All.” Read more...


22 July 2020 13:34

Global Unions have joined together to amplify the voices of young workers during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic in a series of two webinars. Read more...


08 July 2020 15:02

250 young unionists attended and brought youthful energy to a webinar organised by BWI, together with the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Education International (EI), The International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco and Allied Workers' Associations (IUF), International Transport workers’ Federation (ITF), IndustriAll, Public Services International (PSI) and UNI on 6 July. Titled “COVID-19: Amplifying youth voices,” the webinar is the first in a series of webinars for young trade unionists.
Read more...