Noticias


05 November 2019 07:03

ICM pide al gobierno australiano que retire la propuesta de Ley Antisindical

 

BWI and its affiliates are writing to independent Senators in Australia, calling on them to vote against the proposed Ensuring Integrity Bill.Lee mas...


31 October 2019 08:18

Strabag unions strengthen coordination for negotiations
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29 October 2019 00:04

From 14-17 October 2019, nineteen trade unions representatives from BWI affiliates in East Africa: Lee mas...


28 October 2019 01:24

On 13 October around 300 women from different construction trades in the Philippines and the USA attend the second Manila Tradeswomen Conference, embodying the Conference slogan ‘Dare to be Different!’ The conference was more than just an opportunity to share experiences and promote women in the construction industry, but was also an opportunity to share construction tools to ensure women construction workers have both the necessary training and equipment to gain decent work in the construction industry.Lee mas...


22 October 2019 08:48

The Middle East and North Africa Trade Unions (MENAT) meeting was held from 14-15 October 2019 in Tunis,Lee mas...


21 October 2019 09:29

On 30 September – 2 October 2019, the first Faber-Castell Global Union Network meeting was convened at Steinbach and Nuremberg/Stein, Germany.Lee mas...


21 October 2019 06:40

Under the congress theme “Stronger Together” Fellesforbundet, BWI’s affiliate in Norway held its 8th Quadrennial Congress from 11-16 November in Oslo, Norway.Lee mas...


21 October 2019 01:10

The union at the Suki Kinari hydro power construction project in Northern Pakistan has taken preliminary strike action, beginning on 17 October, demanding their employer implements minimum protections under the labour law and pay legal benefits for terminated workers. Lee mas...


20 October 2019 05:03

In late July, the Brazilian government announced a review of the 36 occupational health and safety regulatory standards (NRs) that rules worksites in Brazil. According to the government, the proposal aims to “flexibilize” and “modernize” these norms. The trade union movement is concerned that this revision will result in weaker norms and therefore less safety at the workplace.Lee mas...