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04 August 2022 13:40

2022 Women's Month: We Build a Gender Equal Future

 

BWI will celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) with a week-long campaign starting on 1 March and culminating on 8 March. Carrying the theme “We Build A Gender-Equal Future,” BWI, led by its women trade unionists, will look into the future of work and gender relations amidst the changing nature of work and worsening gender inequalities due to COVID-19.Lire la suite...


18 July 2022 03:56

The 15th Meeting of the BWI Regional Women Committee for Latin America and the Caribbean (RWC-LAC) on June 30 presented the scope and achievements of the global union in the region on gender policy, trainings, organisation, advocacy and participation of women workers in trade unions from 2018 to 2022. Lire la suite...


14 July 2022 15:38

On 6 July 2022, Mexico, represented by Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights, Martha Delgado Peralta, deposited the instrument of ratification of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention No. 190 on violence and harassment in workplaces, together with Recommendation 206, at the ILO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
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29 June 2022 03:43

Je suis Dianalie Patagan, présidente de Women Welders' Guild (WWG), qui est affiliée à l'Association des Travailleuses dans l’Industrie de la Construction (AWWCI) et au Syndicat national des Travailleurs du Batiment et de la Constuction. (NUBCW) aux Philippines. Lire la suite...


25 May 2022 05:31

My name is Dorcas Wanjiku Gichuki. I am the Branch Secretary and National-level Board Member of the Kenya Building and Construction Employees Union. Lire la suite...


18 May 2022 06:16


I am Kateryna Zubova, 59, a tower crane operator in Kyiv, Ukraine. I am a trade unionist for the last two years, though I work on the tower crane for 40 years now.
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17 May 2022 01:47

On the occasion of this year’s International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), the Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI) reaffirms its commitment to providing an environment free of discrimination and harassment for LGBTI workers in the construction, building, wood, forestry and building materials industries.Lire la suite...


27 April 2022 08:33

L'Internationale des travailleurs du bâtiment et du bois (IBB) a lancé son réseau de campagne "Stop à la culture machiste", qui vise à rassembler ses affiliés pour faire en sorte que les travailleurs, hommes et femmes, partagent des valeurs communes en ce qui concerne l'élimination de toutes les formes de discrimination, de violence sexiste et de harcèlement.Lire la suite...


20 April 2022 04:56

Deux nouveaux pays ont ratifié la Convention n° 190 de l'Organisation internationale du travail (OIT) sur la violence et le harcèlement sur les lieux de travail, portant à 12 le nombre de pays ayant ratifié la mesure.Lire la suite...