• PSI, together with other trade unions and civil society partners, is taking an active part in the United Nations Post-2015 Development process.

  • The report shows that PPPs have failed to live up to their promise. In most cases, they are an expensive and inefficient way of financing infrastructure and services

  • PSI is urgently calling on its affiliates to send funds for the immediate relief of PSI members and to assist in rebuilding communities in Nepal.

  • The 12th Regional Conference for Africa and Arab Countries (AFRECON) and related meetings will be taking place from 22nd to 25th September 2015 in Gaborone, Botswana.

  • Workers demonstrate in Quito, Ecuador

    Campaign to restore trade union rights in Ecuador

    The United Collective of Workers, Social and Indigenous Organisations of Ecuador held a national strike on 13 August to demand the Ecuadorian government to rectify their restrictive rights policy. Since then, trade unions and indigenous and civil society organizations have continued to demonstrate in Quito, the Amazon region and the south of the country.

  • Campaign to sign and to ratify the OAS Conventions A-68 and A-69

    17 August: PSI Inter-America Anti-Racism and against Xenophobia Committee Meeting

    Representatives from the Caribbean, Andean, Southern Cone, Central America and Brazil sub-regions, coming respectively from Guyana, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala and Brazil will take part in this activity, which counts with the support from AFL-CIO's Solidarity Center.

  • Support PCS strike at London's National Gallery

    Staff at London's National Gallery, organised by PSI affiliate the Public and commercial services union (PCS), have been on strike since February 2015 following the Gallery's decision to privatise almost all staff, including those who look after the paintings and help the gallery's six million annual visitors.