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Regional offices contacts

14 June, 2012Africa office North City HouseOffice S0808 (8th Floor)28 Melle StreetBraamfonteinJohannesburg2001 Postal address:P O Box 31016Braamfontein2017South Africa Telephone number: + 27 11 242 86 80Fax number: + 27 11 403 1546Email: [email protected] Paule Ndessomin Kenny Mogane

Videos

14 June, 2012COMING SOON a library of IndustriALL and affiliate videos. Please send the links to your videos to: [email protected] IndustriALL on YouTube

Asia-Pacific

18 June, 2012 Titular MemberCountrySubstituteCountry1Daniel WALTON (2016-2018)Anne DONNELLAN (Ms) (2018-2020)Australia

Global Framework Agreements

14 August, 2012Global Framework Agreements (GFAs) serve to protect the interests of workers across a multinational company’s operations.

Publications

26 March, 2019Links to all of our publications can be found here

What we do

6 March, 2019IndustriALL challenges the power of multinational companies and negotiates with them on a global level. IndustriALL fights for another model of globalization and a new economic and social model that puts people first, based on democracy and social justice. IndustriALL strives to:

Ratify ILO C176

11 March, 2019Ratify and implement ILO Convention 176 on Safety and Health in Mines There is a safety crisis in the mining industry. But a solution exists: ratifying and implementing ILO Convention 176 on Safety and Health in Mines provides the organizing space for unions to build a workplace safety culture from the ground up. "The stronger the union the safer the mine" IndustriALL

Living wage

11 March, 2019IndustriALL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a number of leading brands in the garment industry. The aim of the agreed process, known as ACT, is to establish systems of industry-wide collective agreements supported by brand purchasing practices as the primary means of wage-fixing in the global garment industry.

Clean up shipbreaking

11 March, 2019Campaign to clean up Shipbreaking, the world's most dangerous job The workers in this industry suffer precarious working conditions, lack training, and face serious hazards. The industry has a responsibility to provide, and workers have a right to expect, safe, healthy, clean and sustainable jobs. IndustriALL Global Union demands that all member states of the International Maritime Organization (IMO): Ratify the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships NOW!

Shipbuilding and shipbreaking

11 March, 2019Shipbuilding and shipbreaking industries are facing serious challenges affecting workers' rights and conditions. The capital strategy to get profit at any cost results in replacement of well protected unionized workplaces with precarious jobs. IndustriALL's work in this sector addresses these challenges through a unified union view putting workers' rights first.