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McDonald’s reacts to global campaign on gender-based violence [IUF] 2021-04-22

Covid-19 countermeasures for the Tokyo Olympics [UNI Global Union] 2021-04-22

World leaders and the people speak up for Covid-19 patents waiver [PSI] 2021-04-22

A call for urgent action on Myanmar [BWI] 2021-04-21

New Social Contract: ITUC report makes economic case for social protection [ITUC] 2021-04-21

New social contract: ITUC report makes economic case for social protection [Scoop World] 2021-04-21

Governments fail to live up to Paris Agreement promises and put planet stability at risk [ITUC] 2021-04-21

RadioLabour's World Report for Friday April 16, 2021 - Why the union vote at Amazon lost [RadioLabour] 2021-04-17

Fired, Then Robbed - Fashion brands’ complicity in wage theft during Covid-19 [WRC] 2021-04-16

BWI to World Cup football teams: Support enforcement of labour reforms in Qatar [BWI] 2021-04-14

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McDonald’s reacts to global campaign on gender-based violence 2021-04-22 [IUF]

Covid-19 countermeasures for the Tokyo Olympics 2021-04-22 [UNI Global Union]

World leaders and the people speak up for Covid-19 patents waiver 2021-04-22 [PSI]

Leaving no one behind in the city: ensuring just transitions for public transport workers 2021-04-22 [Equal Times]

Governments fail to live up to Paris agreement promises and put planet stability at risk 2021-04-22 [Scoop World]

Podcast: How Unions Meet COVID-10 Challenges—and Beyond For more info 2021-04-21 [Solidarity Center]

Buyer beware: new FISH standard won’t stop abuse at sea 2021-04-21 [ITF]

A call for urgent action on Myanmar 2021-04-21 [BWI]

Journalists’ mental health during the pandemic: We need to talk 2021-04-21 [IFJ]

Investor rights take precedence over life at the World Trade Organization 2021-04-21 [IUF]

New Social Contract: ITUC report makes economic case for social protection 2021-04-21 [ITUC]

New social contract: ITUC report makes economic case for social protection 2021-04-21 [Scoop World]

Governments fail to live up to Paris Agreement promises and put planet stability at risk 2021-04-21 [ITUC]

Comments on the 2021 OECD Going for Growth: Structural Reforms and the Pandemic 2021-04-20 [TUAC]

RadioLabour's World Report for Friday April 16, 2021 - Why the union vote at Amazon lost 2021-04-17 [RadioLabour]

Fired, Then Robbed - Fashion brands’ complicity in wage theft during Covid-19 2021-04-16 [WRC]

BWI shares best practices at Global Forum on Responsible Recruitment 2021-04-16 [BWI]

Footballers’ unions say concussion trial has jeopardised some players’ safety 2021-04-15 [Guardian]

Garment workers need safe factories 2021-04-15 [IndustriALL]

Global index finds most countries do not respect academic freedom and shows signs of decline 2021-04-14 [EI]

BWI to World Cup football teams: Support enforcement of labour reforms in Qatar 2021-04-14 [BWI]

Outcome of the second G20 Finance meeting 2021-04-14 [TUAC]

Recognize occupational health and safety as a fundamental right at work 2021-04-13 [IndustriALL]

CoronaVirus: UN boss Antonio Guterres urges wealth taxes after rich get richer during pandemic 2021-04-12 [Newshub]

Trade unions set out demands for UN Financing for Development Forum 2021-04-12 [ITUC]

ITF Statement on second postponement of International Bargaining Forum negotiations 2021-04-10 [ITF]

BWI wants decent jobs in shift to a green future 2021-04-10 [BWI]

RadioLabour's World Report for Friday 9 April 2021 - Labour wants international law against violence at work 2021-04-10 [RadioLabour]

 VIDEO  BWI wants decent jobs in shift to a green future 2021-04-09 [BWI]

IMF, G20, World Bank: call to focus on jobs 2021-04-09 [ITUC]

The independent trade unions in Belarus is awarded the Arthur Svensson Prize 2021-04-09 [Svensson Prize]

To Build a Fairer World - Public Health and Care for All 2021-04-08 [PSI]

Quality Climate Change Education for All: Education International Launches Global Campaign 2021-04-08 [Education International]

World Health Day: ICN applaudes progress in vaccinations but obstacles to vaccine equity still exist 2021-04-07 [International Congress of Nurses]

Caring for those who care on World Health Day 2021-04-07 [UNI Global Union]

BWI releases global COVID-19 report, pushes for a 5-point recovery agenda 2021-04-07 [BWI]

Remembering Jin Sook Lee 2021-04-07 [BWI]

Newsbreak: A journalists’ safe space to fight mental health stigmas 2021-04-07 [EFJ]

ILO and UN Human Rights Council speak out 2021-04-06 [ITUC]

Equitable Access to Rights and Freedom from Violence for Transgender Domestic Workers 2021-04-06 [IDWF]

COVID-19 and Public Sector Workers: Tax Justice, the Just Transition and the Care Economy 2021-04-06 [SP]

WFTU statement on the ocassion of World Health Day 2021-04-06 [WFTU]

Global investors —with US$3.34 trillion in AUM—launch initiative to raise labour standards and quality of care in nursing homes 2021-04-03 [UNI]

Global Cleaning Workers Share Their Struggles as the First Line of Pandemic Defense 2021-04-03 [Labor Notes]

ACI and ITF reiterate call to governments to prioritise vaccinations for airport workers 2021-04-03 [ITF]

RadioLabour's World Report for Friday April 2, 2021 2021-04-03 [RadioLabour]

A Global Look at Universal Basic Income with Karl Widerquist 2021-04-03 [Ralph Bunche Institute]

Workers need a new social contract and technology has a key role to play 2021-04-02 [World Economic Forum]

#Rights4Riders campaign delivering major blows to Deliveroo investment drive 2021-04-01 [ITF]

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