In today’s episode, we look at the workers strike in Germany, Israeli judicial reforms postponed, Cuban parliamentary elections, and UN investigators accuse EU of enabling Libyan crimes against humanity.
For over a year, trade unions in Germany have been demanding a fair increase in wages to combat inflation and compensate for the continuous fall in real wages
The third round of negotiations between trade unions and municipal and federal employers in the public sector is scheduled to start on March 27
In this episode, we bring you stories of continued repression of protests in Peru and atrocities by Israeli occupation, South Africa’s escalating power crisis, and German workers staging protests against declining wages
Trade unions have demanded a 10.5 % increase in wages in the public sector to cope with the soaring inflation
Health workers in Berlin’s biggest hospitals groups, Vivantes and Charité, organized a 4-week long strike to secure new employment and safe staffing levels. A member of the self-organised Berlin Hospital Movement analyses their actions
Workers at six major Amazon centers across Germany went on strike demanding higher wages and better work conditions. The workers chose this year’s Amazon ‘prime day’ to launch their strike
Workers of six Amazon warehouses in Germany went on a 4 day strike demanding an increase in wages and to recognize binding collective agreements for the retail sector
The trade union Ver.di is demanding an increase in salaries by 4.8 percent for federal and local employees, as well as a maximum of a 45-hour work week. They are also demanding a hike in trainee pay
The protest was called by the trade union Ver.di. The workers are demanding an increase in salaries by 4.8%, a hike in trainee pay, and a maximum of a 45-hour week for emergency service staff
The strike followed a stalemate over the workers’ long-standing demand for a pay rise to a minimum of 20 euros per hour. Some of the airports where workers are striking include Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover and Bremen.