• Join PSI's global campaign for the Human Right to Health - the campaign to influence the formulation and implementation of policies leading to Universal Public Health Coverage (UPHC). Now is the time to unite and fight for #PublicHealth4All.

  • PSI launches a video series featuring 16 stories from nine countries – Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, Italy, USA, Chad, Lebanon, Guatemala and Brazil - to praise the work of public servants around the world. See website: http://oneday.world-psi.org

  • PSI has launched a global visual campaign aimed at raising awareness about the work of municipal public service professionals. On occasion of the tripartite experts' meeting that took place in April, firefighters were added to the PSI poster series.

  • Join the campaign to convince governments to support an
    ILO Convention and Recommendation on
    “Ending violence and harassment in the world of work”.
    Violence is NOT part of the job! #EndGBV - #StopGBVatWork

  • RWANDA: Illegally dismissed SYPELGAZ trade union members to return to court on June 4

    PSI affiliate SYPELGAZ (Trade Union for Energy, Water and Sanitation in Rwanda) has been in court since May 2016, to demand for proper compensation of its five illegally dismissed Union Executive Committee Members and various other longtime denied labor related rights. After hearing explanations from both sides, the Court has deferred further pronouncements on the case to June 4.

  • Revised Global Tax System could easily fund SDGs says UNCTAD Director

    Attending the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development’s Civil Society Hearing, Public Services International welcomed the institution's increased focus on addressing tax avoidance and discussion of a Global Tax Treaty.

  • SEIU takes part in the "Poor People's Campaign"

    Services Employees International Union (SEIU), a PSI affiliate in the US, is joining the "Poor People's Campaign" pushing for better wages and union rights for the working poor. Originally led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr 50 years ago, this campaign is as important today as it was back then.