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FEATURE: Crisis of low wages impoverishes Asian and African textile and garment workers

16 January, 2023After the Covid-19 induced crisis of the last three years, uncertainty continues for millions of workers globally, as the working class is in the grip of a low wage crisis.

PROFILE: Ukrainian union works throughout the war

20 December, 2022Collective agreements, sector stability, wage increases, and good social benefits are some of the rights that Ukrainian nuclear workers were enjoying before it all went up in smoke. 

SPECIAL REPORT – safeguarding workers’ rights along the supply chain

18 December, 2022The debate on human rights due diligence is gaining momentum on both national and international levels. Why now? 

Atle Høie: Welcome to Global Worker (#2 2022)

15 December, 2022Most of us can feel the consequences of climate change and also the urgency for a Just Transition. Labour delegations at COP27 in Egypt were fighting to ensure that workers are at the table when Just Transition is discussed. For us it’s about how we get from the jobs we have today to the jobs we will have tomorrow. 

REPORT: Energy crisis – an opportunity for unions to achieve a Just Transition for workers sooner?

15 November, 2022ReportFrom Global Workerno 2 November 2022

PROFILE: Mexico's Los Mineros mark 88 years of union struggle

14 November, 2022The National Union of Mine, Metal, Steel and Allied Workers of the Mexican Republic, Los Mineros, marks 88 years of fighting for labour justice, democracy and freedom of association.

INTERVIEW: Swasthika Arulingam

14 November, 2022IndustriALL's Kalyani Badola interviews Swasthika Arulingamrecently elected president of the Commercial and Industrial Workers Union (CIWU)

SPECIAL REPORT: How can we build an international labour court?

17 August, 2022Multinational corporations dominate the global economy, but labour laws exist at national level, with no international body to defend workers from violations in supply chains. How do we seek justice and remedy for the world’s workers?

REPORT: From manufacturing to mobility - unions prepare for the mobility sector of the future

18 July, 2022Future mobility concepts in an urban environment will differ from what we know today. There will be more shared services, less individual mobility, digital connectivity between people, vehicles and infrastructure, as well as driverless vehicles.

UNION PROFILE: Collective action builds union power, says Rose Omamo

7 July, 2022When unions go on strike, engage in negotiations, collective bargaining, social dialogue, and social security, as well as campaign for workers’ rights and workplaces free of gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH), they do so as a collective. It is this collective that builds union power and where the strength of the union lies, argues Rose Omamo, the general secretary of the Amalgamated Union of Kenya Metal Workers (AUKMW), affiliated to IndustriALL Global Union.