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20 November 2018 08:15

Corea del Sur: exposición fotográfica destaca a las mujeres en la construcción

 

In Seoul, South Korea at the National Assembly the Korean Federation of Construction Industry Trade Union (KFCITU) held a photo exhibit show casing a series of photos highlighting women working in the construction industry in South Korea. The exhibit is a collection of photos submitted by photo journalists, freelancers, and others as part of the photo contest.Lee mas...


20 November 2018 07:52

More than 100 workers in an Economic Protected Zone (EPZ) joined the Union of Building, Public Works, Wood Sawing and Veneer Workers (UTBTPBSP), BWI’s affiliate in Gabon.Lee mas...


15 November 2018 13:56

The right-wing government of Austria has decided to say no to signing the United Nation’s Global Compact on Migration which was to create global regulations on the treatment of migrants and refugees. Austria is following the United States and Hungary over concerns that it would “blur the line between legal and illegal migration”. Lee mas...


30 October 2018 07:06

Members of the Sabah timber union are elated after yesterday’s decisive secret ballot election victory at Sabah Forest Industries (SFI) in Sipitang, Malaysia, clearing the way for them to begin collective bargaining. Lee mas...


24 October 2018 06:07

Construction workers in Manila who want to form a union are being attacked by their employer – the subcontractor Seapac Philippines.Lee mas...


23 October 2018 06:21

A delegation of representatives from BWI affiliates attended the 2018 World Bank-IMF Annual Meetings that took place in Nusa Dua (Indonesia) from 12-14 OctoberLee mas...


14 October 2018 10:42

13 October: The Building and Wood Workers’ International is shocked by the new government of Zimbabwe’s repressive measures against workers’ rights. While preaching peace, the new government continue to use repressive laws such as Public Order Protection Act (POSA).Lee mas...


11 October 2018 22:54

Winter Olympics 2018 Evaluation and Handover participated in the World Day for Decent Work (WDDW) commemoration organized by the BWI-Nepal Affiliates Committee (BWI—NAC) in Kathmandu, Nepal.Lee mas...


27 September 2018 08:10

Jason O’Mara, a branch secretary at the Australian Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU), has appeared in a preliminary hearing before a Canberra court on criminal charges of alleged cartel conduct. The CFMEU held a rally outside the court house in which hundreds of construction workers joined in solidarity with O’Mara.Lee mas...