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SKF trade union committee adopts resolution on precarious work

9 October, 2014In the presence of the CEO, Tom Johnstone the SKF world trade union committee unanimously adopted a resolution on precarious work during their annual meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden.

ZIMBABWE

15 October, 2014In October, IndustriALL affiliated unions in Zimbabwe together with the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) joined-in on the global action to Stop Precarious Work.

Belarusian unions prepare to struggle against short-term contracts

30 October, 2014On 24 October 2014 in Minsk IndustriALL Global Union held the workshop to evaluate «Possible joint actions of Belarusian unions against precarious work. Possibilities for strengthening cooperation of trade unions in Belarus against the system of short-term labour contracts. "

Our work continues to STOP Precarious Work

31 October, 2014Here at IndustriALL, our team leads the work on all five continents to build global union power by organizing and growth, defending workers' rights and fighting against precarious work.

Peru

7 October, 2015Garment union and IndustriALL affiliate FNTTP took action on 7 October. 

Belarusian unions use rare chance to rally on 7 October

13 October, 2015For the first time in five years, unions in Belarus were allowed to conduct pickets on 7 October, the World Day for Decent Work.

India

8 October, 20157 October saw rallies all over India in the fight to STOP Precarious Work.

Croatia

9 October, 2015IndustriALL affiliates, SMH-IS and EKN, took part in the Stop precarious work campaign activities together with their national confederation, SSSH.

Brazil

8 October, 2015IndustriALL Assistant General Secretary, Kemal Özkan, addresses a STOP Precarious Work rally outside an Avon factory in Sao Paolo, Brazil with affiliate CNQ-CUT

Fighting outsourcing law in Brazil

25 June, 2015A delegation of Brazilian trade unions and labour representatives met at the International Labour Conference (ILC) to discuss a proposed law which will allow private employers to use outsourcing indiscriminately.