At the OECD “AI: Intelligent Machines, Smart Policies”, event in Paris in October 2017, Director of Platform & Agency Workers, Digitalisation and Trade Christina Colclough warned that we must act now to create a sustainable future for working people in the digital economy.
Paléo – Switzerland’s largest outdoor music festival – launched its 2018 lineup at a press conference at UNI Global Union’s head office in Nyon.
The 43rd edition of the festival will run from 17-22 of July and features headliners such as Lenny Kravitz, The Killers, The Gorillaz, Depeche Mode, Suprême NTM, MGMT, Danitsa, Little Simz and Nina Kraviz.
The 2018 theme of the “Village du Monde” will be the Mediterranean and will show off the best food, music and culture of Portugal, Spain, Italy, France and Greece.
A conversation with Terri Jackson, Director of Operations of the WNBPA — newest affiliate of the World Players Association.
(This article appeared previously on Medium.)
The FSAB, with support from UNI Global Union, is gearing up for a historic fight to regain the sectoral bargaining rights lost in 2011.
In a wide-ranging article on the Future World of Work, Director of Digitalisation and Trade Christina Colclough told the Guardian that UNI Global Union and the wider labour movement are trying to tip the balance of power in the new world of work back towards workers.
UNI Global Union General Secretary, Philip Jennings, is addressing a gathering of UNI’s Japanese affiliates in Nagasaki, on the importance of unions as a pillar of peace, democracy and human rights.
According to a new report by Amnesty International, the world is facing an increase in hate-filled rhetoric from demagogues, discriminatory policies and human rights abuses.