Daily Archives: 28/09/2016
Yesterday we received the awful news that another Somalian trade unionist had been murdered. Our colleagues in Mogadishu, from the ITUC-affiliated FESTU, reported that Brother Abdiasis Mohamed Ali, a journalist and a member of the journalists’ union NUSOJ, was killed by two men armed with pistols. Click here to read more
Organised by Show Racism the Red Card, Wear Red Day is a chance for people across the country to help raise much needed funds for anti-racism education work. Click here to read more
Most people have probably never heard of mesothelioma unless they know of someone who has suffered from it, but it is a form of cancer of the external lining of the lung. It is caused by exposure to asbestos and invariably fatal. The latest Health and Safety Executive report shows that, for the third year running, the number of deaths from mesothelioma has been over 2,500 and this level is likely to continue for at least the rest of the decade. Click here to read more
A discussion will take place on Saturday October 15 at 1pm hosted by No Coup in Brazil & supported by VSC & Alborada. Other speakers include Julia Spatuzzi Felmanas of the Workers Party of Brazil; Gabriel Mocho Rodriguez, from Argentina, of the International Transport Workers Federation; Susan Grey of No Coup in Brazil & Pablo Navarrete of Alborada.net
You can reserve a place here
Every two years the TUC asks trade union health and safety representatives about the issues that affect them, and the results are always really interesting. The 2016 survey results have just been published and show that across every sector the biggest issue they deal with is stress. Bullying and harassment is also becoming more of an issue. Click here to read more.