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From Human Rights Watch Hundreds of migrant workers inÂ QatarÂ went on strike this week to protest what they say are poor working conditions, unpaid and delayed wages, and threats of reduced wages. Despite introducing some labour reforms over the past year, … Continue reading
British Airways lost has lost its appeal against the British Airline Pilotsâ€™ Association (BALPA) whose members have voted massively in favour of industrial action. Approximately 4,500 BA pilots belong toÂ the union and nine out of ten union members took part … Continue reading
Boris Johnson’s new Brexit chief has backtracked on promises given by Theresa May on workers rights, saying wants to scrap previous commitments to protectÂ workersâ€™ rights, and has suggestedÂ Brexit is an opportunity to escape the EUâ€™s â€śheavy labour market regulationâ€ť. … Continue reading
26 July 2019 â€“ During the Education International (EI) 8th World Congress, affiliated educatorsâ€™ unions in Australia and the European Union issued a statement calling for the Australian government and the European Commission to be more transparent in ongoing negotiations … Continue reading
First published in the Morning Star July 26th. Labourâ€™s ‘For the Many, Not the Few’ manifesto contains a 20-point labour rights reform programme. Andy Green looks at the recent intervention in the debate by a miniscule political sectlet. Readers of … Continue reading
Thanks to Barry Camfield for sending this article from theÂ Workplace ExpressÂ workplace express.com.au Thursday, July 18th New analysis warns the Morrison Government that it will breach two key ILO conventions if it proceeds with its revived legislation to make it easier … Continue reading
In response to Peter Doreyâ€™s new book In Place of Strife, History & Policy’s Trade Union and Employment Forum held a seminar onÂ 27 April at the Modern Records Centre, at the University of Warwick. Historians,Â trade unionists andÂ academics gatheredÂ to discuss theÂ conflict, … Continue reading
By Tony Burke, Chair of the Campaign For Trade Union Freedom The decision of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) toÂ create new labour standards which address violence and harassment in the workplace has been welcomed by trade unions and human rights … Continue reading
Today workplaces are hostile environments â€“ but Labourâ€™s new ministry by and for workers will change all that, Laura Pidcock told the Arise festival of left ideas. The work of the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) over the last three … Continue reading