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Landmark victory for UWUL in Liberia

11 October, 2012On 29 September 2012 the United Workers' Union of Liberia won a landmark union representation election at Putu Iron Ore Mine in Grand Gedeh County and at their corporate office in Monrovia.

Unions around the world mobilize against precarious work

11 October, 2012This 7 October, the World Day for Decent Work, worldwide attention has been drawn to the negative impacts of precarious work with the release of IndustriALL Global Union’s report “The Triangular Trap” and with huge numbers of unions mobilizing across the globe. Workers in Europe have also mobilized under the banner of IndustriAll European Trade Union to “Bring Decency Back to Work” and stand up for industry in Europe.

ARGENTINA ACTIONS

11 October, 2012IndustriALL affiliate actions to STOP Precarious Work

Global networks and GFA expected to defend workers’ rights at Siemens in India

11 October, 2012The Siemens Workers’ Union in India is fighting against de-unionization and the other labour issues that they have been facing over the years. The union expects the GFA and Trade Union Network of Siemens will be the key to defend the workers’ rights and interests.

Arthur Svensson`s International Prize 2013 is open for nominations

11 October, 2012The committee of Arthur Svensson`s International Prize for Union Rights announced it has started accepting nominations for 2013.

ZAMBIA ACTIONS

10 October, 2012IndustriALL affiliate actions to STOP Precarious Work

MACEDONIA ACTIONS

10 October, 2012Country list of actions taken by IndustriALL affiliates to STOP Precarious Work

MALI ACTIONS

10 October, 2012IndustriALL affiliate actions to STOP Precarious Work

HONG KONG Actions

10 October, 2012Country list of actions taken by IndustriALL affiliates to STOP Precarious Work

IndustriALL and UAW demand justice for Ssangyong workers

10 October, 2012Three years since the shocking violence at Ssangyong Motor in Korea, with more than 100 subsequent imprisonments and 23 deaths, workers and their families are demanding justice.