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12 March 2021 05:31

STIEU schließt erfolgreich weiteren Tarifvertrag

 

The Sabah Timber Industry Employees Union (STIEU) signed another wage agreement on behalf of aggrieved workers, this time with timber company, Fu Yee Corporation.

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11 March 2021 07:18

The Sabah Timber Industry Employees Union (STIEU) reached an agreement with Focus Lumber to settle the latter’s salary obligations to twenty of its (20) workers whose wages it arbitrarily cut by 50 percent during Malaysia’s enforcement of a hard COVID-19 lockdown.
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11 March 2021 03:38

Workers building a World Bank-funded dam in Tarbela, Pakistan will receive additional wages, thanks to the efforts of a BWI-affiliated trade union federation in the country. Weiterlesen...


09 March 2021 06:32

BWI, representing twelve million workers from 350 unions worldwide, expresses its serious alarm and concern over the rapidly deteriorating human rights situation in the Philippines, as manifested in the killing of nine activists on 7 March at the hands of state forces.   
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08 March 2021 13:08

As part of BWI’s celebration of this year's International Women’s Day, it issued a 2021 Women’s Calendar showcasing women trade unionists from different regions in the world and their struggle for women empowerment, workers’ rights and gender equality. Weiterlesen...


08 March 2021 05:14

On the occasion of International Women's Day, BWI General Secretary Ambet Yuson talked to Marta Pujadas, woman trade union leader from UOCRA, Argentina's construction trade union.
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08 March 2021 04:48

As BWI marks this year’s celebration of the International Women’s Month, it honours courageous women like Dora Cervantes who pushed the envelope to give women workers equal representation to top-level trade union leadership posts and key policy-making units, thereby assuring that their needs and interests will be considered in decision-making processes that affect the lives of women workers.Weiterlesen...


08 March 2021 01:14

BWI marks this year’s International Women’s Day by demanding COVID-19 recovery strategies and programs that address the issues that caused women workers to be more vulnerable to the crisis and lead to better economic and social lives for women. It asserts that without gender equality, there is no real road to recovery. Weiterlesen...


07 March 2021 06:02

BWI European Regional Women's Committee Josephine Kratnz said that an equal and better future means safe and gender-responsive workplaces that welcome all workers, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnic background, or disability. Weiterlesen...