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Since 2014 IndustriALL affiliates in India have organized more than 63,000 new members, including a large number of precarious workers.
Police in Colombia have evicted 47 workers, all trade union members, from the Gerdau Diaco plant, where they had been protesting peacefully since November last year.
Some 100 delegates from 32 unions in 24 countries organizing in the base metals industries met in Duisburg, Germany, to develop an action plan to tackle the crisis in the industry.
Three workers lost their lives and one was injured after an explosion at Gerdau’s plant in Ouro Branco, Brazil, on 14 November.
Seven workers were dismissed on 13 November after trying to form a union at Günsan Elektrik, owned by Schneider Electric, in Turkey.
A new three year collective agreement has been signed at Zestafoni Ferroalloy Plant in Georgia, thanks to the efforts of an IndustriALL affiliate. The agreement contains 70 points and pays great attention to occupational health and safety, and the protection of union rights.
15,000 steelworkers marched through Brussels on Wednesday 9 November to demand action to protect the steel industry in Europe.
Thousands of steel workers will take to the streets of Brussels on Wednesday 9 November to demand action from the European Union to stop the decline of their industry.
As IndustriALL welcomes its first affiliated trade union from Iran, the country’s government continues to imprison labour leaders for their activities.
15,000 members from the Curitiba Metalworkers’ Union (SMC) in Brazil demonstrated at Volvo, CNH, Bosch, WHB Correo and Renault factories on 5 September, launching a national campaign to defend their rights and call for more jobs and economic recovery.
Trade union representatives from IndustriALL Global Union, IndustriAll Europe, USW, UNITE and Community called for a global strategy to combat steel dumping at the 81th session of the OECD’s Steel Committee in Paris last week.
About 85 unionists from 14 countries across the Asia Pacific Region met for the 9th Asian Metalworkers Liaison Conference (AMLC) in Kyoto, Japan on 2 – 3 September, to discuss the challenges being faced by metal workers in Asia.
The GFA between Norsk Hydro, IndustriALL, and two Norwegian affiliates Fellesforbundet and IndustriEnergi covers numerous provisions on workers’ rights and conditions. The GFA was signed in March 2011 and renewed in September 2016.
The 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.
After 5 months on strike, workers at Maghreb Steel face serious acts of repression, discrimination and harassment.
IndustriALL Global Union recently brought together key union leaders from metal, shipbuilding and energy sectors in Bahrain to look at ways of developing sectorial unions, in cooperation with the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU).
Steel workers in the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago are standing up and fighting for their jobs and their rights in the midst of the steel crisis gripping the country.
The UK government has confirmed that it is willing to take a 25 per cent stake in the troubled Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot, Wales, as part of a rescue package.
IndustriALL participated in a high level OECD meeting held in Brussels to address the crisis in the steel industry.
On 11 April, around 45,000 German steelworkers rallied in different cities all over Germany for the future of Europe’s steel industry.
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