Droits des travailleurs migrants

20 July 2020 04:19

L'IBB pleure le décès de Pusuluri Narayana Swami

 

C'est le cœur lourd que l'IBB annonce le décès de Pusuluri Narayana Swami, président du Syndicat des travailleurs migrants de Palamoori (PMLU), le 18 juillet dans son État natal, Telangana, en Inde. Swami est mort à la suite d'un arrêt cardiaque.Lire la suite...


22 June 2020 03:11

L'IBB a fermement condamné l'enlèvement, la détention et les mauvais traitements d'un grand groupe de travailleurs migrants égyptiens qui seraient aux mains de milices alliées à l'administration libyenne reconnue par les Nations unies. Lire la suite...


18 December 2019 13:34

Statement on International Migrants’ DayLire la suite...


10 December 2019 17:46

Serbia: Indian migrant workers face exploitation working on Corridor 11Lire la suite...


30 September 2019 13:27

BWI’s global migration campaign and, in particular, its implementation in Asia is featured in a new book written by Michele Ford, Professor of Southeast Asian Studies and Director of the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre of the University of Sydney .Lire la suite...


02 March 2019 15:11

On 25 February BWI General Secretary Ambet Yuson met with the New Zealand Labour and Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway in Wellington, discussing proposals to strengthen labour and immigration laws, particularly in light of growing demand for construction and wood sector workers to address the country’s housing crisis.Lire la suite...


26 February 2019 10:26

“Our experience in joining the Balikatan ng Manggagawa sa Konstruksyon sa Qatar (BMKQ) has given our confidence that we can also join union here in New Zealand,” said Anthony Laquihon former Secretary of BMKQ. Lire la suite...


25 February 2019 17:21

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC), the organisation responsible for delivering the tournament infrastructure required for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, and global trade union Building and Wood Workers' International (BWI), have released their second annual report outlining the findings from a series of inspections conducted during 2018.Lire la suite...


19 February 2019 22:03

One of the first measures of the incoming President Jair Bolsonaro did when he took power, was pull out from the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM), which was adopted by 164 countries on 10 December 2018 in Marrakesh, Morocco.Lire la suite...