• 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 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

  • Trade unions in India meet to counter free trade agenda

    Trade Unions representing workers in Information Technology (IT), Steel, Health-care, Water, Coal, Automotive, Transport, Banking and Insurance met in Bengaluru from 17-18 April for a National Workshop on Trade and Investment Liberalisation: Impacts on Workers in India. The workshop was organised by the Forum against FTAs, Public Services International (PSI), Third World Network (TWN) and Transnational Institute (TNI).

  • Political will is required to get rid of malaria

    On Wednesday 25 April, PSI affiliates join the World Health Organization (WHO), governments, and civil society organisations to observe the World Malaria Day 2018. The day serves to provide information on the year-long implementation of national malaria-control strategies, including community-based activities for malaria prevention and treatment in endemic areas.

  • New ILO guidelines to ensure decent work in Public Emergency Services (PES)

    Unions from every PSI region successfully negotiated new ILO guidelines to ensure decent work in public emergency services (PES). Workers, employers and governments adopted the new guidelines on 20 April 2018, which will be presented to the November 2018 ILO Governing Body for approval.