Rights

28 November 2022 12:03

BWI hopes for more pro-women policies, shares gender equality resolutions

 

In keeping with this year’s 16 Days of Trade Union Activism on Violence against Women, BWI is sharing two gender equality resolutions that it has adopted at its 5th World Congress last October in Madrid, Spain. Read more...


28 November 2022 05:32

Innovative trade union organising is in full swing in Ghana under the leadership of the Timber and Woodworkers’ Union (TWU).
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28 November 2022 02:40

As part of BWI’s 16 Days of Trade Unionism on Violence against Women this year, it released a magazine showcasing the major policy deliberations and decisions of the global union’s women trade unionists in the lead up and during its 5th World Congress last October 2022 in Madrid, Spain.
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25 November 2022 08:11

BWI and IndustriAll on 22-24 November organised a Youth Activist School which was attended by 35 Ghanaian youth trade unionists, including 17 young women, from the global unions’ six (6) affiliates.Read more...


25 November 2022 01:56

BWI joins women workers, trade unions and the international community in marking this year’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on 25 November by launching our annual “16 Days of Trade Union Activism on Violence Against Women.”
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22 November 2022 13:57

As football fans worldwide cheer for their favorite teams competing at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI) urges all its trade union affiliates, partners, allies and friends to stand with migrant workers.
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21 November 2022 07:44

BWI Deputy President Dietmar Schaefer, BWI General Secretary Ambet Yuson and Construction Energy Timber Workers Union of Fiji (CETWUF) National Secretary John Alexander on 21 November visited one of the depots of the China Railway No. 5 Engineering Group (CR5EG) in Suva, FijiRead more...


18 November 2022 14:43

BWI will continue to stand with the migrant workers in Qatar beyond the 2022 World Cup and until their human rights are fully realised, protected, and respected.
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14 November 2022 09:50

Nigeria on 8 November 2022 deposited with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) the instrument of ratification of ILO Convention No. 190 on the Violence and Harassment in the World of Work. It becomes the 22nd country next to Panama to ratify the said convention.

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