A RadioLabour interview with Nadja Salson of the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU)
Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for labour unionists. A RadioLabour interview with Nick Crook, the head of the international department of UNISON in the UK.
The International Trade Union Confederation is calling on its affilated organizations to pressure national leaders at the Paris climate conference to devise a just transition for workers. A RadioLabour interview with ITUC General-Secretary Sharan Burrow.
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and Mexico’s Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (SNTE) are working to build cross-border education initiatives. A RadioLabour interview with the President of the Texas AFT, Louis Malfaro.
An ILO committee is asking governments to ban the driving company Uber or make it act legally. A RadioLabour interview with Tony Sheldon the National Secretary of the Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) in Australia.
The global union UNI conducted a Week of Action for contact centre workers. A RadioLabour interview with Alan Tate, head of UNI's ICTS department
Labour organizations are helping to reduce the stigma related to HIV/AIDS. A RadioLabour interview with Dr. Asif Altaf, the Global HIV/AIDS Coordinator for the International Transport Workers Federation.
Children in the Philippines are being used for underwater mining and sifting for gold with poisonous chemicals
The Bulding and Woodworkers International has held its first Global Migration Conference. A RadioLabour interview with Jin Sook Lee, BWI's Migration, Gender and Campaigns Director
Myrtle Witbooi, the President of the International Domestic Workers' Federation, has been granted the 2015 Fairness award for her work to have domestic workers covered by ILO Convention 189.
New digital technologies will result in millions of job losses unless corporate "digi-sharks" face up to their reponsibilities. A RadioLabour report featuring the General-Secretary of UNI global union, Philip Jennings.
Australia unions have started a campaign to build a better future for the country.
Investment of workers' funds in pension plans should respect the rights of workers employed by the companies being invested in. An interview with Paddy Crumlin, the President of the International Transport Workers Federation.
The United Nations has set its Sustainable Development Goals for the next 15 years. Education International has been at the forefront of making sure that quality education is one of those goals. EI President Susan Hopgood spoke to the UN Assembly about the necessity for free, public, quality, education.
Wood workers, especially in developing countries, are suffering the effects of climate change. A RadioLabour interview with the President of the Building and Wood Workers International, Per-Olof Sjöö.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case which could have devastating effects on public sector unions. A RadioLabour interview with Elaine Bernard, the Executive Director of the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School.
East African unions working together for decent work
Free trade deals favour corporations over public policy
Uber creates poverty level jobs
Mexican government shamed into
accepting ILO law on collective bargaining
Governments need to protect public services
and public service workers.
Global trade deal aims at
McDonald's avoids paying
1 billion in European taxes
Labour's use of radio
Global Week of Action
to improve public education
Thousands march against
US-EU trade deal
Global Day of Action for lowly paid workers
Guatemala bans collective bargaining
in public sector
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