Droits syndicaux

05 August 2022 05:58

Africa and Middle East: Shop stewards and organisers sharpen skills, prepare for “new normal”

 

As part of the BWI Global Organising Academy’s (GOA) aim to further enhance and develop unionists’ expertise in strategic organising and increase membership in various sectors, shop stewards and organisers from Africa and the Middle East met in Johannesburg, South Africa for a workshop on 25-26 July.

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01 August 2022 06:08

Last 26 July, 350 construction workers building a coal-fired power plant in South Sumatra, Indonesia went on strike over failure of their company to provide job protection guarantees. Lire la suite...


29 July 2022 05:15

Thousands of Panamanian have taken to the streets in recent weeks to protest their government’s inability to address the country’s economic crisis.
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27 July 2022 09:41

After a long struggle, Peruvian trade unions won the workers’ right to retire at the age of 55 with at least 15 years of contribution to the public pension system. Lire la suite...


19 July 2022 06:15

Various trade unions, human rights groups and civil society organisations closed ranks to condemn the whipping of migrant worker Sabri bin Umar at the Tawau Prison in Malaysia. The groups said that the whipping has been carried out despite a pending appeal. Lire la suite...


04 July 2022 04:37

La Confédération syndicale internationale (CSI) a publié son indice des droits mondiaux pour 2022 et a dressé la liste des 10 pires pays de cette année pour les travailleurs.Lire la suite...


29 June 2022 15:10

Environ 180 membres du syndicat turc des travailleurs de l'industrie du bois et du papier (AGAC-IS), affilié à l'IBB, ont été illégalement licenciés par ASD Laminat dans le cadre d'une mesure de rétorsion de l'entreprise après que le syndicat a obtenu une récente décision de justice affirmant son droit de s'organiser et de négocier collectivement.
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10 June 2022 05:36

The United Rank and File Employees of J&T Express-FFW (URFE-J&T-FFW) in Laguna, Philippines successfully staged a three-day strike to protest the J&T management’s unfair labour practice (ULP). Lire la suite...


16 May 2022 08:32

On 19 April 2022 more than twenty leaders and activists of the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) were detained by the State Security Committee. While some of them were released afterwards, at least ten are still in custody, including the BKDP President, ITUC Vice-President and ILO Governing Body member Aliaksandr Yarashuk, and BKDP Vice-President Siarhei Antusevich. They and their colleagues are prisoners of conscience.Lire la suite...