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Global federations collaborate against job losses in the North Sea

27 May, 2016Unions affiliated to IndustriALL and the ITF met in Aberdeen to develop a common strategy to resist the assault on quality jobs by employers in the North Sea.

Aker GFA is extended with an indeterminate duration

20 December, 2012Fellesforbundet, Tekna, NITO, IndustriALL Global Union and Aker ASA will work together to secure implementation of GFA.

Norwegian action on Mexico

28 February, 2013Mexico has no embassy in Norway, so Fellesforbundet has led other kinds of activities in connection with the Mexico Days of Action:

IndustriALL Global Union signs two new Global Framework Agreements

13 December, 2013During the course of two days IndustriALL Global Union signed as many Global Framework Agreements (GFAs) with leading companies in the pulp and paper industry; SCA in Sweden and Norske Skog in Norway.

Call for nominations for the Arthur Svensson prize

3 November, 2015The prestigious annual Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights invites trade unions from all corners of the world to submit their nominations for 2016.

Norwegian oil company DNO targeted by unions

12 January, 2017Failure to pay workers in Yemen has made Norwegian oil company, DNO, a target of a trade union campaign.

NORWAY ACTIONS

4 October, 2012IndustriALL affiliate actions to STOP Precarious Work

Last-minute agreement averts strike by Norwegian oil workers

11 April, 2013After several hours of mediation, unions and employers agreed a 3.4% pay rise on Monday 8 April for Norwegian oil and gas workers. The last-minute agreement averted a national strike that threatened to severely disrupt the sector.

NORWAY

8 October, 2014On 7 October, IndustriALL affiliate Nordic-IN made a statement on the occasion of the World Day for Decent work.

Prestigious Norwegian award for Mexican trade union struggle

13 June, 2014At the ceremony for the Arthur Svensson International Prize for trade union rights in Oslo, winner Napoleón Gómez Urrutia’s wife accepted the award on his behalf. With death threats and arrest orders hanging over his head, the Mexican trade union leader remained in Canada.