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Bargain to STOP Precarious Work

26 September, 2014IndustriALL Global Union’s global action day on 7 October is approaching. But the struggle against precarious work continues all around the year. Check out our latest publication Negotiating Security for inspiration in collective bargaining.

Regular and permanent employment remain under constant attack!

29 August, 2014Jyrki Raina calls on IndustriALL affiliates to mobilize on the Day of Action on 7 October 2014 as part of the STOP Precarious Work global campaign

European unions fight for strike rights

23 February, 2016Just after we managed to clear an attack by the employers on the right to strike at the ILO, unions in the UK and Spain have had to take up the fight. And it could spread to other countries too.

Rio de Janeiro calling – A luta continua!

29 June, 2016In October, more than 1,000 union leaders from all five continents will gather to Rio de Janeiro for the second congress of IndustriALL Global Union, to take a number of important decisions, but also to show our support for Brazilian unions.

Jyrki Raina speaks about his tour to five Asian countries

3 March, 2014Jyrki Raina, General Secretary of IndustriALL Global Union, describes his experience about an inspiring and energetic series of trips to Asia.

We need more women leaders!

25 August, 2015Women and men together take better decisions and organize more workers than men alone. That is why we need more women in the leadership of trade unions at the local, national and global level.

Free trade requires labour norms and democratic control

22 March, 2016Rules are needed for global trade, but they must include high labour norms and guarantee benefits for all, instead of weakening democratic control and favouring multinational corporations.

Multinationals are responsible for their supply chains

25 May, 2016Multinational corporations (MNCs) dominate IndustriALL Global Union’s industrial, energy and mining sectors. But they employ only 6 per cent of the workers who make their products. We hold MNCs accountable for union rights and living wages throughout their supply chains.