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LabourStart photo of the day.The International Union of Foodworkers (IUF) organized a demo in solidarity with Algerian unions during the recent ILO conference in Geneva. To highlight ongoing, brutal violations of fundamental worker rights by the government of Algeria trade unionists travelled from Algeria to Geneva and called for an end to the systematic government repression of workers seeking to organize independent trade unions. (Photo: IUF) Click here to read more union news from Algeria.
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Today in Labour History

1894 United States of America American Railway Union members begin to refuse to run trains including Pullman cars, until the strike at Pullmans is settled[more]

1894 USA Eugene V. Debs led American Railway Union boycott and eventual strike against trains carrying Pullman cars. Debs was imprisoned.[more]

1917 USA IWW miner strike in Bisbee, AZ. Strikers and others were deported from Bisbee by 2,000 vigilantes w/o food or water for 16 hours over 200 miles in cattle cars.[more]

This week's top stories

Australia Sally McManus urges unions to be 'disrupters' to fix neoliberalism's damage to workers [Guardian Australia] 26-06-2017

Slovakia Volkswagen Slovakia workers win wage hike, end strike [AFP] 26-06-2017

Uzbekistan Falsely convicted union activist dies in prison [Solidarity Center] 25-06-2017

Global ITF tells Uber to seize chance to change [ITF] 22-06-2017

Uruguay Workers Hold 24-Hour Strike Ahead of Budget Approval [TeleSUR] 22-06-2017

China / USA Still no response from Ivanka about Chinese factory supplying her brand [China Labor Watch] 21-06-2017

USA The Conservative case for unions [The Atlantic ] 21-06-2017

Qatar Qatar Blockade: Fears for Migrant Workers in a Region in Turmoil [ITUC] 20-06-2017

Colombia Strikes hold up country [Bogota Post] 19-06-2017

USA California Rigged. Forced into debt. Worked past exhaustion. Left with nothing [USA Today ] 18-06-2017


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Australia
Speech by Sally McManus opening NexGen17 conference [ACTU] 26-06-2017 11 more labour news stories from Australia today


Bangladesh
Social security for 3.7m construction workers: Mujibul Haque [The Financial Express] 25-06-2017


Barbados
Teachers’ unions deserve more respect [Today] 25-06-2017


Belgium
Flémalle: Segal staff on strike [The Times] 26-06-2017


Cambodia
Cambrew’s $60K case against union begins [First Post] 26-06-2017 1 more labour news stories from Cambodia today


Canada
Antigonish local sends message of support to bargaining team [PSAC] 26-06-2017 28 more labour news stories from Canada today


China
/ Australia Three Australian Crown staff jailed in China for promoting gambling, set for release within months [ABC] 26-06-2017


Europe
ETUC Resolution: Interregional Trade Union Councils' (IRTUCS) Coordinating Committee Revised Internal Rules Of Procedure [EDTUC] 26-06-2017


Finland
An experiment on the effect of offering the unemployed an unconditional basic income [The Economist] 25-06-2017


Ghana
No Illegal Strike at Tema Port Expansion Project - NLC [Peace FM] 25-06-2017


Global
Workers Group President: ILO standards can help regulate migration [ILO] 26-06-2017 2 more labour news stories from Global today


Greece
Rubbish piles raise health fears in strike-hit Greece [Kathimerini] 26-06-2017 2 more labour news stories from Greece today


India
/ Punjab Textile workers call off strike after 9% pay hike [The Tribune] 26-06-2017 4 more labour news stories from India today


Ireland
State accused of shredding documents now central to legal case [Irish Examiner] 26-06-2017 4 more labour news stories from Ireland today


Israel
Police to grill minister in Israel Aerospace Industries probe over co-Eric on of workers into joining Likud [Times of Israel] 25-06-2017


Japan
One woman’s suicide shines a harsh light on the plight of Japan’s doctors [The Times] 25-06-2017


Korea (South)
[6.24] Peace/Anti-THAAD struggle in Seoul... [CINA] 25-06-2017 2 more labour news stories from Korea (South) today


Kuwait
GOC labor union official ‘decries’ number of death cases of workers – Company held responsible [Arab Times] 25-06-2017


Nepal
Four-point deal with temporary teachers [myrepublica.com] 25-06-2017 1 more labour news stories from Nepal today


New Zealand
Postal Union rips into NZPost after cost increase, question its long-term agenda [TVNZ] 25-06-2017


Nigeria
Minimum Wage Will Determine 2019 Polls – NLC [Leadership] 25-06-2017 1 more labour news stories from Nigeria today


Pakistan
Working class to observe Eid with simplicity [The Nation] 25-06-2017 2 more labour news stories from Pakistan today


Palestine
PA cuts salaries to Hamas prisoners [Al-Monitor] 25-06-2017


Slovakia
Volkswagen's Slovak union says close to wage deal to end strike [Reuters] 25-06-2017


South Africa
FAWU to meet with employer ahead of strike [East Coast Radio] 26-06-2017 11 more labour news stories from South Africa today


Uganda
Workers Strike Stalls Construction At Bank of Uganda Currency Centre [All Africa] 26-06-2017


UK
PCS comment on Tory DUP UK government agreement [PCS] 26-06-2017 13 more labour news stories from UK today


USA
How the Democratic Party Fatally Damaged Itself by Attacking Public Education For more info [Diane Ravitch] 26-06-2017 19 more labour news stories from USA today