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  • The 4th ITUC World Congress concluded in Copenhagen today with the re-election of Sharan Burrow as General Secretary of the 207 million-member movement.    ITUC More than 1,200 participants took part in five days of debate to shape the policies and priorities for the international trade union movement for the next four years. The Congress was addressed by Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Løkke Rasmussen, the Lord Mayor of Copenhagen Frank Jensen and …
  • Ryanair's Michael O'Leary wins ITUC's World's Worst Boss Poll    ITUC Michael O'Leary was announced as winner of the world's worst boss at the 4th International Trade Union Confederation World Congress in Copenhagen. The ITUC, representing 207 million workers, is meeting in Copenhagen with more than 1200 delegates from 132 countries. The ten men who made the 2018 …
  • Global Union Movement Says Refugees Welcome    ITUC The global trade union movement stands with the world's 68 million refugees. While on a visit to Malmö, Sweden, trade union delegates from around the world demonstrated their support for the equal treatment of refugees and migrants so people are not exploited. “Trade unions stand against racism …
  • ITUC World Congress: A fractured world needs strong unions    ITUC The ITUC World Congress in Copenhagen has opened with a debate on peace, democracy and rights which is fundamental for the security of workers and their families. “Our world is fractured and people feel insecure. Conflict, dictatorship, fascism - the extremes battled against in the last century …
  • Unions support Solidarity and Just Transition Silesia Declaration    ITUC Governments must step up and commit to Just Transition for workers and the creation of decent work and quality jobs if we are to reach the climate ambition needed to stop climate warming at 1.5°C, warned the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) at the opening of COP24 in Poland. The ITUC …
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