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23 December 2019 15:42

Haiti: Soziale Umbrüche und Proteste

 

Since October 2019, there has been a series of violent confrontations between the repressive forces of the Jovenel Moïse government and the Haitian people who are protesting against the current administration. Demonstrations began on 16 September after the announcement of an increase in the rates of gas, gasoline and electricity, and have expanded with demands for the resignation Jovenel Moïse. The people are asking for the formation of a unity government.Weiterlesen...


20 December 2019 14:36

Brazilian National Contact Point fails workers and justice after dam disasterWeiterlesen...


18 December 2019 14:06

As the end of 2019 is getting closer, we would like to thank you for your consistent support and solidarity in working with the BWI. Weiterlesen...


18 December 2019 13:34

Statement on International Migrants’ DayWeiterlesen...


17 December 2019 08:31

Ukraine: 16 days of activism against gender-based violence Weiterlesen...


13 December 2019 09:37

Global action condemns trade union repression in the PhilippinesWeiterlesen...


12 December 2019 22:53

The right-wing government under Bolsonaro has reached a new low by attacking workers with disabilities. He sent to Congress a new proposed law (6159/2019) that would eliminate just access to jobs for disabled people. Since 1999 Brazil’s "quota law" required companies to ensure that at least 2 to 5 percent of its workforce were from the disabled community.Weiterlesen...


12 December 2019 12:13

The Building and Wood Workers’ international (BWI) and SENTRO is today filing a complaint against the Swiss cement giant LafargeHolcim, regarding their lack of respect for workers’ rights at their plant in Davao, Philippines.Weiterlesen...


10 December 2019 17:46

Serbia: Indian migrant workers face exploitation working on Corridor 11Weiterlesen...