Bangladesh: strife ends as Donglian fashion signs collective agreement with union

23.01.2017 The Donglian Fashion Sommilito Sramik Union has signed a collective agreement with the company, ending years of union oppression.

Mexican unions continue fighting against rising petrol prices

23.01.2017 IndustriALL affiliates in Mexico are protesting against rising petrol prices, announced on 1 January. Action started the following day around the country, and unions say they will continue until the government backtracks.

Why I went to Davos

20.01.2017 By Valter Sanches, General Secretary, IndustriALL Global Union

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Attacks on unions continue as Turkish government bans strikes

20.01.2017 In the course of a couple of days, the government of Turkey has imposed decrees citing threats against national security, effectively banning thousands of workers from their legitimate right to strike.

PCSS stands for precarious workers’ rights at Jamul cement plant in India

20.01.2017 On 19 January IndustriALL Global Union and its Indian affiliate Pragatisheel Cement Sharamik Sangh’s (PCSS) met with management of ACC Jamul Cement Works, owned by world leading cement producer LafargeHolcim. After the meeting the PCSS activists organized an impressive rally of cement workers followed by a public meeting near the plant.

Precarious work and safety key concerns for LafargeHolcim unions in India

19.01.2017 Precarious work and health and safety topped the list of concerns at a meeting of IndustriALL Global Union affiliates at LafargeHolcim cement plants in India from 16-17 January 2017.

Bangladesh: Release arrested garment union leaders now!

19.01.2017 IndustriALL Global Union together with UNI Global Union has launched an online campaign calling on the government of Bangladesh to immediately and unconditionally release garment trade union leaders detained in recent weeks.

Global unions back reinstatement of Hungarian union leader

18.01.2017 IndustriALL Global Union is demanding the reinstatement of a union leader after she was illegally sacked for her trade union activities at an automotive supplier in Hungary.

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