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COP 25 blog

3 December, 2019IndustriALL Global Union's director of sustainability, Brian Kohler reports from the 25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, otherwise known as COP25, that opened on Monday December 2 in Madrid, Spain.

Sub-Saharan Africa

18 June, 2012 Titular MemberCountrySubstituteCountry1Joseph MONTISETSESouth AfricaMargaret NDAGILE (Ms)Tanzania

Events Calendar

10 April, 2019Shipbuilding and Shipbreaking conference in singaporeIndustriALL's upcoming meetingsFor more information on upcoming meetings please contact [email protected]

Geneva head office

14 June, 2012Where to find usIndustriALL Global Union54 bis, route des Acacias1227 Geneva SwitzerlandTel: +41 22 308 5050

Press

11 March, 2019Please contact IndustriALL's press department for more information on anything published on this website, or for interview [email protected]

Executive Committee

14 June, 201260 members of the Executive Committee were elected at the 2nd Congress of IndustriALL Global Union in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 5 October 2016.

Who we are

30 April, 2012IndustriALL Global Union IndustriALL Global Union represents 50 million workers in 140 countries in the mining, energy and manufacturing sectors and is a force in global solidarity taking up the fight for better working conditions and trade union rights around the world.

Logos of IndustriALL Global Union

13 June, 2012IndustriALL Global Union logos, for use on the internet and in print, are provided here for the use of IndustriALL Global Union affiliates only. Please request authorisation from [email protected] for any other use.

IndustriALL Charter of Solidarity

21 September, 2017IndustriALL Global Union’s Charter of Solidarity in Confronting Corporate Violations of Fundamental Rights 

Textile, garment, shoes, leather and textile services

11 March, 2019Highly globalized with millions of employees worldwide, the textile and garment sectors are a large source of precarious employment in the developing world. The sector is composed predominantly of low paid workers who are mostly young women and internal migrants working on short-term contracts. IndustriALL will continue to campaign to force multinational buyers to disclose their suppliers to the public and fight for the rights of workers to form unions and improve wages and working conditions.