Solidarity

07 October 2022 15:03

BWI 5th Congress delegates pass resolutions on climate justice, MNCs, future of work

 

On the second day of BWI’s 5th World Congress, delegates went down to business and passed numerous resolutions on burning issues and areas of work that the global union will tackle in the next five years. A total of 34 resolutions and 9 statute amendments were carried by the Congress.
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07 October 2022 14:38

The 5th World Congress of the Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI) elected its new Presidium that will lead the global union in the next five years.
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07 October 2022 10:43

On the occasion of BWI's 5th World Congress, 750 trade unionists from different parts of the world gathered in Madrid, Spain to reaffirm their strong commitment for global peace. Read more...


07 October 2022 10:15

On the morning of the second day of BWI’s 5th World Congress, BWI Deputy President for Pan-Europe Johan Lindholm and Justina Jonas-Emvula, General Secretary of the Metal and Allied Namibian Workers' Union ( MANWU), unveiled the global union’s New Strategic Plan for the next five years.
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06 October 2022 07:38

Report to the 5th BWI World Congress, Ambet Yuson, General Secretary
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06 October 2022 06:17

The Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI), representing 12 million workers worldwide, formally opened its 5th World Congress on 5 October 2022 in Madrid, Spain with a celebration of hard-won victories and higher unities even in the face of multiple crises faced by working people worldwide. Read more...


04 October 2022 15:49

A day before the formal opening of its 5th World Congress, BWI’s World Board met on 4 October 2022 at the Marriot Hotel and Conference Centre in Madrid, Spain.

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30 September 2022 11:16

The IG Bauen-Agrar-Umwelt (IG BAU), a German construction and building materials union, held its Congress last 26 September in Kassel, Germany.

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28 September 2022 10:56

Italy is expected by many observers to form its most right-wing government since World World II after far-right politician Giorgia Meloni won the country’s recent election, making her the country's first female prime minister.Read more...