CUB55 workers to return to work after union victory

07.12.2016 Australian unions are celebrating an historic victory that will see 55 maintenance workers at Carlton and United Breweries (CUB) return to work after a 180-day dispute.

IndustriALL Myanmar affiliates make rapid progress, despite challenges

07.12.2016 The Industrial Workers Federation of Myanmar (IWFM) and the Mining Workers Federation of Myanmar (MWFM) participated in a series of IndustriALL workshops from 2-5 December on union building, gender and precarious work. 

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Tunisian textile and garment union sees strong growth

06.12.2016 An organizing campaign backed by IndustriALL Global Union in the textile and garment sector in the Middle East and North Africa is seeing strong results, with many unions reporting growth.

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IndustriALL calls for urgent ILO action on deadly Chinese coal mines

06.12.2016 IndustriALL Global Union has written to the International Labour Organization (ILO) urging it to intervene to improve safety in Chinese coal mines, following the deaths of 86 coal miners in a matter of weeks. 

Workers mobilize globally against LafargeHolcim human rights’ violations

06.12.2016 Workers at LafargeHolcim are holding a global day of action in advance of the 10 December International Human Rights Day to draw attention to the world’s largest cement maker’s widespread violations of workers’ rights.

IndustriALL builds presence in the Caribbean

06.12.2016 An IndustriALL Caribbean regional council has been created to strengthen ties between unions and IndustriALL's presence in the sub-region.

Italian metalworkers reach a new national collective agreement

02.12.2016 On 26 November, after 13 months of negotiations and a 20-hour strike, a new provisional national collective agreement has been reached between IndustriALL affiliates FIOM-CGIL, FIM-CISL and UILM-UIL and the employers’ associations Federmeccanica / Assistal, thus ending an era of separate agreements.

Nicaragua: labour conflict criminalized as protesting workers found guilty

02.12.2016 In a case that sets a disturbing precedent, twelve workers have been found guilty on a range of charges after a labour conflict escalated in a free trade zone.

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