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World Teachers’ Day 2022: We transform education [EI] 2022-10-01

RadioLabour World Report - ▶ Gender activism and climate change [RadioLabour] 2022-10-01

ILO: Urgent need to revitalize trade unions [Arthur Svensson Prize] 2022-09-27

Unions must work together and find ways to organize new forms of work [ILO] 2022-09-27

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons: dismantle the warheads and build a common security [ITUC] 2022-09-26

People not profit – Young transport workers join the fight for climate justice [ITF] 2022-09-24

RadioLabour World Report - A new leftist government in Colombia [RadioLabour] 2022-09-24

Marlboro workers demand trade union rights [Evrensel] 2022-09-22

FIFA World Cup: All Sponsors Should Back Remedies for Workers [Human Rights Watch] 2022-09-21

Act Now! UN must stop Myanmar’s military junta [BWI]  ActNOW!  2022-09-19

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Today's labour news


Working conditions worsening for 90% of aviation workers globally, new data shows 2022-10-01 [ITF]

C190: Unions in action to stamp out violence and harassment at work 2022-10-01 [ITUC]

World Teachers’ Day 2022: We transform education 2022-10-01 [EI]

RadioLabour World Report - ▶ Gender activism and climate change 2022-10-01 [RadioLabour]

World Federation of Trade Unions commemorates its 77th anniversary 2022-10-01 [COSATU]

ITUC response to the World Bank’s Social Protection and Jobs Compass 2022-09-30 [ITUC]

Global Ukrainian unions: understand our situation! For more info 2022-09-29 [European Network for Solidarity with Ukraine]

Solar and battery technologies are changing the employment landscape 2022-09-29 [IndustriALL]

Abuse of workers’ rights reached record highs in 2022. Where are things getting better and worse? 2022-09-29 [The European Sting]

Teach the Teacher: Students and teachers join forces for climate education 2022-09-28 [Education International]

'Rethinking tourism' that works for workers 2022-09-28 [IUF]

ILO: Urgent need to revitalize trade unions 2022-09-27 [Arthur Svensson Prize]

New OECD Interim Economic Outlook recommendations underestimate the risk of a global recession 2022-09-27 [TUAC]

Unions must work together and find ways to organize new forms of work 2022-09-27 [ILO]

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons: dismantle the warheads and build a common security 2022-09-26 [ITUC]

People not profit – Young transport workers join the fight for climate justice 2022-09-24 [ITF]

OECD Steel Committee: workers demand a Just Transition! 2022-09-24 [IndustriALL]

RadioLabour World Report - A new leftist government in Colombia 2022-09-24 [RadioLabour]

Education: the challenges ahead 2022-09-23 [Education International]

OECD Steel Committee: workers demand a Just Transition 2022-09-23 [TUAC]

Global Marlboro workers demand trade union rights 2022-09-22 [Evrensel]

Education International brings the voice of the teaching profession to the Transforming Education Summit 2022-09-22 [Education International]

Collective bargaining for an inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery 2022-09-22 [ILO]

Global FIFA World Cup: All Sponsors Should Back Remedies for Workers 2022-09-21 [Human Rights Watch]

'It is the absence of social justice that turns the climate crisis into a climate catastrophe' 2022-09-21 [IUF]

UN Special Rapporteur issues damning report on the failure of global governance in the handling of COVID-19 pandemic 2022-09-21 [IUF]

The OECD Employment Outlook calls for stronger collective bargaining to protect workers against the 'cost-of-living' crisis 2022-09-21 [TUAC]

Podcast: Modern slavery is unseen because it's convenient 2022-09-21 [ILO]

South Africa Glencore must be consistent in respecting workers and human rights globally 2022-09-20 [IndustriALL]

David Edwards: Teachers are ready to transform education — it’s time for governments to step up 2022-09-20 [Education International]

United for a just future - time to pay up! 2022-09-20 [IndustriALL]

October 3rd 2022: International Action Day of World Trade Federation 2022-09-20 [WFTU]

Global ITF civil aviation conference 2022 a great success! 2022-09-19 [IAMAW]

Global Act Now! UN must stop Myanmar’s military junta  ActNOW!  2022-09-19 [BWI]

International Equal Pay Day: Pay transparency can address the gender pay gap 2022-09-19 [ILO]

International Equal Pay Day: We need a new social contract to close the gender pay gap 2022-09-17 [ITUC]

World leaders meet to transform education at global summit 2022-09-17 [EI]

McDonald's faces worldwide reports of sexual harassment 2022-09-17 [Deutsche Welle]

RadioLabour World Report - The digitalization of public services is eroding worker rights 2022-09-17 [RadioLabour]

International Equal Pay Day 2022-09-16 [IndustriALL]

Global Support our call to the UN to reject military junta  ActNOW!  2022-09-16 [IUF]

ILO calls on G20 to support the 'Global Accelerator for Jobs and Social Protection' 2022-09-16 [ILO]

Global Commission moves to ban products made with forced labour on the EU market 2022-09-14 [European Commission]

Global EU: Commission moves to ban products made with forced labour on the EU market 2022-09-14 [Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]

Fifty million people now trapped in modern slavery in a ‘surge of exploitation’ 2022-09-14 [The Guardian]

Fifty million people around the world trapped in modern slavery, ILO report finds 2022-09-14 [Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]

Nominations for 2022 BWI Climate Justice Award extended 2022-09-14 [BWI]

BWI International Women Committee readies for World Congress 2022-09-14 [BWI]

How can Unions contribute to the achievement of universal social protection? 2022-09-14 [ILO]

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This month in labour history


3-10-1945 Creation of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) which notably brings together the CGT, the American CIO, and all the unions of the so-called socialist countries. [more]

28-10-1919 The International Labour Organization meets for the first time, six conventions are adopted relating in particular to the limitation of working time and the working conditions of children. [more]