• 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.

  • The government of Algeria is escalating its war on the independent union of electricity and gas workers SNATEGS, which organizes workers at the state energy company SONELGAZ. ActNOW! Join the LabourStart campaign, send a message of protest!

  • PSI has launched an online campaign to celebrate International Women's Day. On March 8, PSI stands with women around the world demanding an end to gender-based discrimination at work and calling for EQUAL PAY and WAGE JUSTICE. #IWD2018

  • Around 100 women trade unionists from 32 countries are part of the Global Union delegation to the UN Commission on the Status of Women this year.
    Follow the delegation's activities on the UnionCSW blog. #UNCSW62

  • UN Staff in Geneva Strike Over Pay Cuts and Austerity Agenda

    After months of stalled negotiations over the International Civil Service Commission's failed salary reform process and wider issues of austerity and deteriorating working conditions, UN Staff in Geneva have voted to hold a rare Strike action today, March 16th.

  • In Canada, entire new school to be built with savings from ditched PPP projects

    The Canadian Union of Public Employees is celebrating a major victory against Public Private Partnerships after the Manitoba government reversed plans to use the controversial PPP model for the construction of new schools in Winnipeg and Brandon.

  • NO to Privatisation of Ambulatory Surgical Care at HUG

    The Geneva University Hospitals, HUG (Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève) recently issued tenders for private “partners” to run its ambulatory operation services, through a public-private partnership (PPP). This, as PSI Swiss affiliate le Syndicat des Services Publics (SSP) has pointed out, is a surreptitious introduction of privatisation of surgical care.