UNI Global Union
UNI expresses deep concerns at Brazilian labour reforms and stands in solidarity with Brazilian workers
One of the world's leading trade lawyers has written this report for UNI on the implications of TiSA on workers, democracy and UNIs sectors. The conclusions point in 1 direction: TiSA must be stopped!
Binding players’ rights commitment –“the first step to protecting the integrity of sport”: World Players Association(Kazan, Russia) The World Players Association today commended UNESCO for highlighting the essential need to safeguard player rights as a cornerstone of any effective approach to protecting the inte
The Taylor Review is not the game-changer UK workers and trade unions need
UNI Global Union remembers a friend and a colossus of the South African Labour Movement, ‘Mama Emma’ Mashinini
Financial workers from the United States and Australia are standing together to curb big banks’ abuses of employees and customers.
UNI joins TUAC, ITUC in Telling G20 Leaders that Secure Jobs Can Reduce Uncertainty and Stabilise Global Economy
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