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Workers denounce anti-trade union practices at Gerdau steel plants

3 June, 2016The Gerdau World Workers’ Council met in Montevideo, Uruguay from 16-18 May to address the global steel crisis and anti-trade union practices at Gerdau, which is the biggest producer of long steel in the Americas.

IndustriALL renews global agreement with Siemens Gamesa

26 November, 2019IndustriALL Global Union has renewed and reinforced its global framework agreement (GFA) with Siemens Gamesa, a world leader in wind turbine manufacturing.

Spanish miners’ march against government cuts

5 July, 2012After 23 days of strike, members of the IndustriALL affiliated unions Federación de Industria CCOO and FITAG-UGT started the miners’ march, leaving the mining region of northern Spain on 22 June and due to arrive in Madrid on 11 July.

Sector-wide collective agreements to counter workers’ problems in the chemical industry

25 June, 2015Following industry level bargaining in Germany’s chemical industry earlier this year, IndustriALL Global Union affiliates in Belgium and Spain have concluded collective bargaining agreements for the chemical sector with important achievements.

Spanish union leaders occupy Endesa offices

22 October, 2019Union officials have occupied the offices of Spanish energy company Endesa to protest against the company undermining rights and benefits by failing to conduct collective bargaining in good faith.

COP25 blog – 3 December 2019

4 December, 2019The second day of COP 25 in Madrid, Spain. Brian Kohler, IndustiALL sustainability director reports.

COP25 blog – 11 December 2019

12 December, 2019Brian Kohler reports from COP25

COP25 blog – 7 December 2019

8 December, 2019The sixth day of COP25, IndustriALL director of sustainability Brian Kohler continues updating on the conference.

SPAIN

17 October, 2014Thousands of workers across Spain demand decent work

Support Spanish miners

19 June, 201210,000 coal miners in Spain are on the front-line of the European austerity debate as their workplaces are shutdown by national budget cuts, to pay for the debts of the banks.