Working conditions
Nurses left behind by Croatian government

Nurses in Croatia have taken to the streets, protesting worsening working conditions and lack of recognition of their work by the ministry of health

Case against leaders of South Africa’s shack-dwellers movement dropped and other stories

Today we look at the dismissal of charges against leaders of Abahlali baseMjondolo, the strike by trade unions in Haiti to protest social and economic insecurity, and more

Mass famine looms in Ethiopia’s Tigray region as civil war spreads and other stories

Today we look at the humanitarian crisis in Tigray as the civil war re-escalates, protests for vaccine equity during Angela Merkel’s visit to the US, and more

App delivery drivers mobilized across Brazil to demand better work conditions

The national walkout on Wednesday May 1 was organized to demand better conditions for thousands of informal motorcycle delivery workers

Amazon protests germany Amazon workers in Europe and North America strike on Prime Day

Thousands of workers protested across Europe and North America over unfair wage practices and working conditions on the occasion of the 48-hour Prime Day shopping festival

Protests break out in Tunisia after the death of 15 agricultural workers in accident

All major opposition parties, including the Workers Party, and trade unions, including the UGTT, have condemned the government’s failure to regulate the work and transport conditions of the agricultural laborers

Tesco workers strike Workers’ strike at Tesco chain in Ireland escalates as the management refuses to engage with union

Union accuses Tesco of ignoring the problems faced by their staff and covert attempts for union busting

Domestic Workers’ Struggle Domestic workers recall their struggle ahead of the second global congress

25 countries have so far ratified ILO’s Convention 189, providing numerous labor rights and other protections to millions of domestic workers across the world, 82% of whom are women.

Ryanair pilots across Europe go on strike seeking better working conditions

The pilots are demanding that their contracts be based on the labor laws of the countries they are working out of as opposed to Irish law which is more employer-friendly

Working class meet in South Africa calls for united front against capitalism

The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) hosted 1,000 delegates from over 147 working class formations at the two-day summit which saw debates individual sectors as well as on larger strategies.

Shocked, burnt and bruised: the plight of workers at Tesla’s plants

“I hear coworkers quietly say that they are hurting but they are too afraid to report it for fear of being labeled as a complainer or bad worker.”