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18 June, 2012 Titular member Subsitute.member  1KRUSCHEL JennyAUSMAHER AnthonyAUS2FARROW PaulAUSDETTMER AndrewAUS3KANEKO Akihiro JPNICHIKAWA Chiyo  

Action on textile and garment industry

15 July, 2020Workers bore the brunt of the breakdown of the textile and garment supply chain, brought on by the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector’s unsustainable business model. Order cancellations drove wholesale closure of thousands of garment factories, with millions of workers laid off in countries with no social safety net.

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.

Union Win!

25 October, 2019When we fight back, we can win. Let's celebrate and learn from our victories.


1 November, 2016Version as adopted by the IndustriALL Congress on 14 September 2021


11 March, 2019RubberThe 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.

South East Asia

11 March, 2019South East Asia officeAdd

Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus

11 March, 2019Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus     

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