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Day: February 6, 2018

Women’s leadership and holistic endeavour

Leadership and strategies for women to reach positions of power were debated by participants at Education International’s Third World Women’s Conference. Lively debates on women’s leadership characterised the first day of Education International’s Third World Women’s Conference, “Finding a way…

IG Metall sets work-life balance precedent with major victory

IG Metall has won its key demand that workers should have the right to reduce their working week from the standard 35 hours to 28 for a period of up to two years, for family and caring responsibilities. It is…

UK: solidarity with Unite opposition to hostile takeover bid of GKN

GKN is a ‘tier 1’ supply chain manufacturer for automotive and aerospace with nearly 60,000 workers around the world, currently under threat of takeover by Melrose Industries. IndustriAll Europe and IndustriALL Global Union share Unite’s deep concern that Melrose is…

Job at IndustriALL Global Union Asia Pacific Office

The textile, garment, shoe and leather industry is IndustriALL Global Union’s biggest sector, with 60 million workers in the world. Very few of them are organized, and the industry has been characterized by low wages, long working hours and hazardous…

from the beginning, of utmost importance for EI

Women leadership: from the beginning, of utmost importance for EI The second episode of a series of four podcasts covering the history of Education International, focuses on the organisation’s engagement and action in favour of women leaders. A quarter of…