UNI backs campaign for treaty to end modern day slavery, marking the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
In 2017 more professional sportswomen than ever have united to fight for the right to compete, better pay and improved working conditions. The new Gender Equality Principles of the World Players Association lead the way.
UNI Global Union and the World Players Association, along with dozens of other leading global stakeholders involved in the Mega-Sporting Events Platform for Human Rights (MSE Platform), announced today their plans to launch an independent Centre for Sport and Human Rights next year.
On November 25th, 1960, the three Mirabal sisters were assassinated for their political activism against the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic. Their deaths became a symbol of feminist resistance and since 1981, this date became synonymous throughout Latin America as a day to combat and raise awareness on violence against women.
For Amazon in Italy and Germany, Black Friday really could be a dark day. Workers at Amazon’s largest “fulfilment centre” in Italy have decided to take strike action alongside all six major Amazon sites in Germany.
UNI President Ann Selin and UNI GS Philip Jennings are part of high-level labour delegation meeting Pope Francis
European bank workers call for Santander to stop interfering with American employees’ efforts to unionise.