• PSI has launched its Global Campaign for the Human Right to Health that aims at building a mass global movement that could influence concrete policies towards attaining Universal Public Health Coverage.

  • Join the PSI campaign to abolish the practice of charging recruitment fees on migrant workers. Sign on to the Manifesto and use it to shift policy and practice towards fair and ethical recruitment.

  • PSI calls on its affiliates and allies to send letters to the Liberian government, for the reinstatement of dismissed workers, demanding the recognition of the right to organize for public service workers and the respect of trade union rights for all workers in Liberia!

  • A high priority area of work for PSI, is workplace violence in the health sector, the experiences of affiliates in raising awareness and developing campaigns and actions to eliminate workplace violence will contribute to the discussions and preparation for developing an ILO standard on violence against women and men at work.

  • Vacancy: PSI Regional Secretary for the Asia-Pacific region

    Public Services International is looking for a Regional Secretary for Asia-Pacific countries to lead the dynamic regional team in developing plans and implementing activities to meet PSI’s objectives. Experience with trade unions in the region, as well as knowledge of AP politics, are key requirements

  • KPTU Congress

    At Annual Congress, KPTU Looks towards the Future

    On 22 February, delegates of the Korean Public Service and Transport Workers’ Union (KPTU) from around the country gathered at the Kim Koo Museum & Library in Seoul for the union’s annual Congress. KPTU delegates were joined by several guests, including representatives of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) and allied public sector unions.

  • Lagos Unions Condemn New Law Which Puts Corporate Profits Ahead of Workers' Rights

    A coalition of civil society groups, grassroots campaigners and water unionists have vowed to resist the Lagos State Environmental Bill which was passed yesterday (Feb 20) by the Lagos House of Assembly, less than two weeks after the groups challenged key sections of the law at a Public Hearing organised by the House Committee on the Environment.