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World Day against Trafficking in Persons: Cartoonists from all over the world draw their visions of forced labour [ILO] 2021-07-30

IUF joins counter-summit in protest of UN Food Systems Summit [IUF] 2021-07-28

UK making trade deals with countries abusing human rights, says TUC [The Guardian] 2021-07-25

BWI on the Tokyo Olympics’ handling of COVID-19 and workers’ rights [BWI] 2021-07-24

Spyware Pegasus helped target over 180 journalists, global report reveals [IFJ] 2021-07-20

Unions and footballers unite for migrant workers' rights [BWI] 2021-07-17

England’s Covid unlocking is threat to world, say 1,200 scientists [BBC] 2021-07-16

Unions and footballers unite for migrant workers' rights [BWI] 2021-07-16

Amazon: four steps for policymakers to deal with abusive worker surveillance [UNI] 2021-07-13

Journalist dies after being severely beaten during Pride march [IFJ] 2021-07-12

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Broad support for higher taxes on corporations to fund job training and healthcare, ITUC poll shows 2021-08-03 [ITUC]

It's time to give essential workers the protections they deserve 2021-08-03 [World Economic Forum]

French OECD contact point calls on Teleperformance to strengthen efforts to ensure respect for human rights, worker safety 2021-08-02 [UNI Global Union]

World Day against Trafficking in Persons: Cartoonists from all over the world draw their visions of forced labour 2021-07-30 [ILO]

Commodity trading: the shadowy industry destroying the planet 2021-07-29 [Equal Times]

Global green energy: trick or treat for fossil era workers? 2021-07-29 [New Frame]

UNI calls on multinational banks to divest from Myanmar 2021-07-28 [UNI]

Vaccination of seafarers 2021-07-28 [ITF]

Global mobilisation for Gender-Transformative Public Care Services 2021-07-28 [PSI]

Stars4Media: 30 projects for media innovation selected 2021-07-28 [EFJ]

Surveillance of journalists - IFJ Expert Group statement 2021-07-28 [IFJ]

IUF joins counter-summit in protest of UN Food Systems Summit 2021-07-28 [IUF]

  JOB   Job opening at the TUAC (Policy Advisor) 2021-07-27 [TUAC]

Covering the Delta variant: Describing its features without exaggerating its impact 2021-07-27 [IFJ]

Pandemic increases support for social protection, poll shows 2021-07-27 [ITUC]

Trade unions in transition: What will be their role in the future of work? 2021-07-27 [ILO]

 VIDEO  ILO in Action: Strong labour laws make decent work a reality 2021-07-27 [ILO]

ITUC Frontline Poll June 2021: Changes to attitudes on workers’ rights as a result of the global pandemic 2021-07-26 [ITUC]

Modern slavery: Shoppers failing to walk the talk at checkout 2021-07-26 [The New Daily]

UK making trade deals with countries abusing human rights, says TUC 2021-07-25 [The Guardian]

Five out of 10 worst countries for workers’ rights given UK trade deals since Brexit, report finds 2021-07-25 [News]

Maritime courts must put crew welfare first in abandonment cases 2021-07-24 [ITF]

Poor families and digital technologies. The nuances of digital appropriation 2021-07-24 [EI]

Register today! Real talk: Teachers and young people as drivers of change on comprehensive sexual education and school-related gender-based violence 2021-07-24 [EI]

BWI on the Tokyo Olympics’ handling of COVID-19 and workers’ rights 2021-07-24 [BWI]

COP26: Mayors and unions pledge to deliver 'decade of action', as calls grow for bolder climate goals 2021-07-24 [Business Green]

EFJ calls for regulation of trade in surveillance weapons 2021-07-21 [EFJ]

Spyware Pegasus helped target over 180 journalists, global report reveals 2021-07-20 [IFJ]

Danone Local First restructuring plan: unions call for more time and strengthened monitoring 2021-07-20 [IUF]

Migration and Covid deaths depriving poorest nations of health workers 2021-07-19 [The Guardian]

Pegasus project: spyware leak suggests lawyers and activists at risk across globe 2021-07-19 [Guardian]

Unions and footballers unite for migrant workers' rights 2021-07-17 [BWI]

Record participation in global auto meeting 2021-07-16 [IndustriALL]

England’s Covid unlocking is threat to world, say 1,200 scientists 2021-07-16 [BBC]

Unions and footballers unite for migrant workers' rights 2021-07-16 [BWI]

New poll shows expectation that women are much more likely than men to face violence at work 2021-07-16 [ITUC]

Are your favourite fashion brands using forced labour? 2021-07-15 [Al Jazeera]

Register today - Raise your hand for better policies: How global partnerships can help transform policy dialogue 2021-07-15 [Education International]

Global report shows only slight progress in women's visibility in news 2021-07-15 [IFJ]

Why common security is back on the agenda 2021-07-15 [Equal Times]

Youth: The future is ours; the future is now! 2021-07-14 [IndustriALL]

No SDG implementation without local public service workers 2021-07-14 [PSI]

The Battle is Not Over: We will Keep Uplifting Domestic Worker's Voices 2021-07-14 [International Domestic Workers Federation]

Amazon: four steps for policymakers to deal with abusive worker surveillance 2021-07-13 [UNI]

IKEA trade unionists raise concerns on Belarus, timber's rising cost 2021-07-13 [BWI]

Journalist dies after being severely beaten during Pride march 2021-07-12 [IFJ]

Centre for Sport and Human Rights Appoints New Directors, incorporates as an independent entity in Switzerland 2021-07-12 [ITUC]

OECD Government at a Glance 2021 – Right on target; resilience and trust are key – but missing the link on public services and social dialogue 2021-07-12 [TUAC]

Organizing along the battery supply chain 2021-07-12 [IndustriALL]

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