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1903 Trinidad and Tobago Malcolm Nurse, better known as Pan-African socialist and trade unionist George Padmore, is born inTacarigua.[more]

This week's top stories

Colombia Peace Deal Heralds End of Five Decades of Conflict, War on Trade Unionists Must Stop [ITUC] 28-06-2016

USA / Global The Case for Unions to Support a Universal Basic Income [The Atlantic] 28-06-2016

Global Annual World Wealth Report shows super-rich even richer; world’s poor left behind [ITUC] 28-06-2016

Global The world’s losers are revolting, and Brexit is only the beginning [Washington Post] 28-06-2016

Kenya Over 20,000 tea pickers in Kericho on hunger strike over salary dispute [The Star] 27-06-2016

Europe ETUC calls for Brexit vote to be a wake-up call to the EU to offer workers a better deal [ETUC] 25-06-2016

Iran Flogged and jailed: workers in Iran face repression [IndustriALL Global Union] 25-06-2016

Iran Labour Rights Activist in Critical Condition After 50-Day Hunger Strike [ICHRI] 25-06-2016

Mexico Teachers aren't backing down after eight died in clashes with police [VICE] 25-06-2016

UK / Europe Working people must not pay the price of leaving the EU, says TUC [TUC] 24-06-2016


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Monday June 27, 2016:
UK unions say don’t penalize workers during EU exit / Unions UNITE and UNISON reject anti-immigrant racism / British Trades Union Congress calls for economic action plan
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Labour demands impeachment of govs over unpaid salaries [Today] 27-06-2016


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Trade unions say at least 600 oil workers could go on strike [Reuters] 27-06-2016


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CAL vows to compensate agencies [The Times] 27-06-2016


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/ UK Should American Workers Be Worried About Brexit? [Payscale] 28-06-2016 14 more labour news stories from USA today