Rights

24 November 2021 16:11

BWI Statement on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

 

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22 November 2021 15:57


Germany’s 890,000 construction workers now have a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA).
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22 November 2021 15:01

BWI’s trade union affiliate in Pakistan won additional wages for workers employed at the World Bank-funded Tarbela Dam project in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.Read more...


22 November 2021 02:25

BWI on 18 November called on Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić to end serious violations of workers’ rights at the Linglong car tire factory in Zrenjanin, Serbia. Read more...


16 November 2021 07:52

The Building and Wood Workers’ International (BWI) and the Cementos Argos SA on 28 October signed a Joint Declaration expressing their commitment to reach an International Framework Agreement (IFA) which will cover the Colombian cement company’s entire operations and its workers. Read more...


15 November 2021 06:11

Alarmed by the growing right-wing attacks against trade unions worldwide, European trade unions affiliated with BWI held a meeting to discuss various ways to mount a strong democratic response to the different assaults on workers’ rights.
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12 November 2021 04:38

BWI’s European Youth Committee (EYC) held its statutory meeting last 18 October to set its plans and other activities next year leading to BWI’s 5th World Congress in Madrid, Spain.Read more...


10 November 2021 07:19

Last Sunday, 7 November, the BWI-affiliated Building and Woodworkers’ Trade Union Federation of Cambodia (BWTUC) held its 4th National Congress in the country’s province of Kampot. More than 35 delegates participated in the event amidst the continuing restrictions against in-person gatherings in the country.
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09 November 2021 05:48

On 25 October, women workers in trades from Pan European countries, North America, Australia, Africa-MENA and Latin America shared their experiences and stories of struggle in an ‘Interregional exchange” organised by BWI.

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