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23 September 2021 06:20

Webinar: Young workers' perceptions toward recovery

 

BWI invites you to the youth-led webinar titled “Leading Transformation: Young Workers’ Perceptions Toward Recovery,” which will be held on 7 October 2021 at 14:00 CEST to 16:10 CEST. Lire la suite...


17 September 2021 05:39

As part of the recommendations adopted by the BWI Africa and MENA Regional Youth Conference held on August, the global union’s young trade unionists in East Africa participated in a campaign, media and communication training last 8-10 September 2021 to improve their media and advocacy capacities. Lire la suite...


27 August 2021 08:13

Preparing strong for BWI’s 5th Congress next year in Madrid, the BWI Africa and Middle East held a Youth Conference last 26th of August. Lire la suite...


17 August 2021 07:29

As we celebrate this year’s International Youth Day, a young trade union leader from Indonesia recognises the role of the youth in the struggle for social change. Lire la suite...


12 August 2021 06:33

A BWI Conversation with Lebohang Vincent of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in South Africa
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12 August 2021 04:36

BWI General Secretary Ambet Yuson’s Message on the occasion of the 2021 International Youth DayLire la suite...


09 August 2021 00:05

The Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI), led by its young trade unionists, kicked off this year’s celebration of International Youth Day by mobilising its affiliates worldwide behind the call for massive investment in skills training in order for workers, especially young people, to effectively respond to new labour demands and challenges posed by the pandemic. Lire la suite...


19 July 2021 08:58

Fifty young workers from the BWI-affiliated Union of Construction Workers (SUNTRACS) took part in a national youth meeting of the Panamanian Popular Movement last June to jointly define concrete youth-led actions to promote labour and social change in Panama.Lire la suite...


14 July 2021 10:45

BWI and IndustriAll’s trade union affiliates in Ghana are strengthening their social media capacities to reach out to young workers and promote social dialogue. Lire la suite...