Supporting the Struggle

17 Dec 2013

Dock workers held rallies at ports in Sweden, the Netherlands, Australia, Japan, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Denmark, the United Kingdom and Canada to support locked out IKEA workers. 

07 Dec 2009

"Public service employees and SGEU members are part of your community," SGEU's Barry Nowoselsky says. "We want to do it to help people less fortunate than ourselves."

03 Nov 2009

The Canadian Labour Congress is asking the public not to visit the Museum of Civilization and the War Museum in Ottawa-Gatineau until the workers secure a fair collective agreement.

The 420 striking workers, members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, have been on the picket line for over five weeks fighting for improved conditions for temporary workers andwage parity with other local museum workers who do the same or similar work.

16 Sep 2013

The Survey showed that those living in the poorest neighbourhoods are disproportionately visible minorities, immigrants and single-parents and that women continue to earn less than men, even though they achieve higher levels of education.

25 Jun 2013

Global Unions and their members believe that the right to peaceful demonstration and freedom of assembly are basic elements of genuine democracy. 

26 Apr 2013

"We must ensure every worker has the freedom to join a union to protect their interests. Only then will workplace tragedies be prevented," said Clancy. James Clancy, NUPGE President.

11 Mar 2013

As a longstanding defender of migrant workers' rights, UFCW Canada expressed a variety of concerns relating to the TFWP in its submission to the Ministers.

20 Dec 2012

Chief Spence’s action has helped to galvanize a movement called Idle No More, which arose as a result of the federal government’s recent omnibus Bill C-45.

11 Dec 2012

It is estimated that migrant workers have contributed $3.4 million annually into Canada's Employment Insurance scheme. However it was not until 2002 that some migrant workers started to access special benefits.

13 Nov 2012

European Trade Union Confederation is calling upon Europe’s leaders to demonstrate their determination to deal with the deterioration in employment and to respond to the growing social anxiety felt by Europe’s citizens.


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