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Category Archives: International
Mabeldon Place, London, Saturday, 16 June 2018, 10:00am, Miami Five hero, Fernando González, to attend AGM. Click here to read more.
Cuba completed the second stage of its general elections on 11 March with the election of a new National Assembly of 605 deputies, and 1,265 delegates to the country’s 15 provincial assemblies. Continue reading
Key union’s achievement of new work-time model spearheads shift in how to face challenges of 21st century workplace. Click here to read more.
Larry Herman, Social Documentary Photographer currently available to view at TUC Congress House (Marble Hall, Ground Floor)
Collective deal covers around 900,000 metal and engineering workers but is expected to prompt changes across Germany and in other industries. Click here to read more.
Europe has told the US many times that “the blockade is not the solution,” said Federica Mogherini during a conference in Havana on 3 January. Click here to read more.
More than 15,000 workers down tools at 80 companies as part of metalwork union’s campaign to improve work-life balance. Click here to read more.
Six Cuban National Assembly members (MPs) visited Britain as part of an Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) exchange in November. Click here to read more.
Ms.Amy Wilson, Corporate Secretary and Assistant General Counsel at The Dow Chemical Company, is summoned to the Bhopal Chief Judicial Magistrate’s Court on November 15th. Continue reading
Thanks to the persistent campaigning of CSC members, affiliates and supporters the Open University has reversed its discriminatory policy of barring Cuban students from studying at the institution.
This campaign victory comes as a direct result of the actions taken by thousands of CSC supporters writing to the OU and to their MPs; the public statements and letters sent by trade unions with links to the OU, (the NUT, UCU, Unite and Unison); and the MPs who raised the issue with government ministers and in parliament. Without the constant pressure to expose OU policy, the bar would have continued without challenge. Continue reading