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Asia-Pacific

18 June, 2012 Titular MemberCountrySubstituteCountry1Daniel WALTON (2016-2018)Anne DONNELLAN (Ms) (2018-2020)Australia

Statutes

1 November, 2016Version as adopted by the IndustriALL Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 5 October 2016

White-collar workers

3 June, 2019IndustriALL represents both blue-collar and white-collar workers in the metal, chemical, energy, mining, textile and related industries throughout the world.  Organizing white-collar workers is crucial for unions as industry undergoes radical change due to digitalization and new technologies blur the traditional boundaries between blue-collar and white-collar jobs.  

Automotive

8 March, 2019The automotive sector, jointly with affiliates, focuses on building global networks of workers and unions and aims at engaging automotive companies and their suppliers to protect the interests of workers in the sector. Union strategies are built through facilitation of exchange of information on sector trends and developments. Contact person:

Chemical, pharmaceutical and bio-science

8 March, 2019IndustriALL Global Union has a wide range of activities in the chemical pharmaceutical & bioscience sectors, including global framework agreements, global and regional company-level and sub-sectoral networks and various social dialogue drives. There are also initiatives with intergovernmental organizations on labour-related matters, sustainable development, industrial policy and health & safety issues. Contact person:

Shell campaign

11 March, 2019IndustriALL is calling on Shell to engage with unions on a global level in a campaign to limit precarious work, improve health and safety, and ensure that Shell applies the same high-level standards at its operations everywhere, including suppliers.

STOP Precarious Work

11 March, 2019Unions are pushing against this tide by organizing precarious workers, fighting laws that expand precarious work and mobilizing in support of secure employment with good pay and working conditions. What is precarious work? Casual, temporary, indirect, zero-hours contracts, are all terms that describe precarious work. This type of work is increasingly being used to replace direct, permanent jobs, allowing employers to reduce or even abandon their responsibility to workers.  Read more

Publications

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Rubber

11 March, 2019The global tyre and rubber sector, like many others, is concentrated in the hands of a few main players. Their presence influenced by the global economic crisis and increasing pricing pressure from automobile manufacturers requires a strong union response to protect workers' interests. Contact person:

Overview of Links to Useful HIV/AIDS Related Websites

20 December, 2012The links below are only a small selection of the wide range of websites of organizations which are engaged in the fight against the pandemic.