The global economic system isn’t working for six billion people, warned labour leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Davos 2015: The world needs a new business model
Message of Solidarity to ITUC Nigerian affiliatesThe ITUC condemns the horrendous slaughter of 2,000 innocent people by the Boko Haram fundamentalist insurgent group, the latest in a long series of atrocities including last weekend’s bomb attacks on marketplaces. We express our deepest condolences to all those affected.
Arrest of Hong Kong Union Leaders ImminentThe ITUC has been informed that top officials of the Hong Kong trade union movement are facing imminent arrest for their support for the “Umbrella” movement.
In solidarity with Charlie HebdoThe news was deeply shocking: at least 17 dead and many injured in a kalashnikov attack on the headquarters of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris.
Supply Chains, Forced Labour and Climate Action top ITUC 2015 AgendaTackling exploitation in global supply chains, campaigning against modern slavery and action for industrial transformation to reduce carbon emissions will be “frontlines” for action in 2015, following the ITUC’s annual General Council meeting which ended on 18 December in Brussels.
Statement Creating quality jobs and Inclusive growth: the role of G20 leadership Report Economic Briefing #3 - 2014: Creating Quality Jobs and Inclusive Growth: The Role of G20 Leadership Statement Statement by Global Unions to the 2014 Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank Washington, 10-12 October 2014 Trade Union Guide Unions4Climate Action