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South African unions end three-month strike in the gold sector

15 June, 2022The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) jointly signed a collective agreement at Sibanye Stillwater on 11 June. The agreement comes after a three-month strike and concludes negotiations in the gold sector that began last year.

Improving social dialogue at TK Elevator

15 June, 2022Over 60 trade unionists, works councils and shop stewards from TK Elevator’s operations worldwide met online on 9-10 June to discuss social dialogue and the future of social relations in the company.

13-month campaign leads to union win

19 May, 2022Thirteen months of continuous campaigning has led to a union win for Triumph International Thailand Labour Union (TITLU). Now Brilliant Alliance Thai Global (BAT) will pay the money owed to the 1,388 illegally fired workers.

Fighting privatization of steel in India

4 May, 2022On 28 April, IndustriALL affiliates Steel, Metal and Engineering Workers’ Federation of India (SMEFI) and the Indian National Steel, Metal, Metalmines and Engineering Employees’ Federation (INSMMEEF) demonstrated at the Vishakapatnam steel plant, opposing its privatization.

IndustriALL and Solvay renew and improve benchmark GFA

6 April, 2022Building on twenty years of strong industrial relations between IndustriALL and the leading chemicals and advanced materials multinational, a further improved Global Framework Agreement was signed on 31 March 2022.

Proposed due diligence legislation must be strengthened

25 March, 2022The European Commission’s proposed Directive on Corporate Sustainable Due Diligence is a step forward but falls short of expectations.

Unions on strike at South African gold mines

10 March, 2022The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), affiliated to IndustriALL Global Union, and other unions, are on strike to push for wage demands after failed negotiations at Sibanye Stillwater gold mines.

Closing the gender pay gap

8 March, 2022The Covid-19 pandemic has worsened wage inequality around the globe and increased the time it will take to close the gender pay gap.

Fighting migrant worker exploitation in Mauritius

3 March, 2022The official opening of the Migrant Resource Centre is a testimony that collective efforts are critical to eliminating modern slavery and promote decent working conditions in the garment factories.

A new model for the textile and garment industry

24 February, 2022A side event to the OECD Garment Forum featured an in-depth discussion on achieving a new supply chain industrial relations model for the textile and garment industry.