• All PSI affiliates are invited to comment on the document “Putting People over Profit” which outlines PSI’s priorities for the implementation of the PoA until 2022. These comments should be channelled through the elected representatives on the respective regional executive committee.

  • PSI has launched a 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 (UPHC). #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 urges all affiliates to call on the governments of their countries to take immediate action to stop the targeting of health workers in conflict zones in general and Gaza in particular.
    Health workers are #NotaTarget.

  • International Youth Day, 12 August 2018

    The United Nations designated the theme of International Youth Day 2018 as “Safe Spaces for Youth”. The UN explains that “without the existence of safe space, youth may feel intimidated to freely contribute to the community".

  • PSI holds workshop on Tax Justice in Ghana

    PSI affiliates converged in Ghana, on July 27-28, for a two-day meeting sponsored by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) on Tax Justice under the theme “Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) and the needed Revenue for Public Services Development”. Before Ghana, Tanzania, Nigeria and Kenya held similar meetings; while a final conference has been scheduled to take place in Ethiopia in September.

  • Linda Mienzer, LGBTQI representative from BPSU, Bermuda. Photo: PSI in the Caribbean

    Key outcomes from the 2018 Caribbean sub-regional women’s committee (SUBWOC) meeting

    Thirty-one women trade union activists, nine of them young workers, representing 15 affiliates, attended the 2018 SUBWOC in Castries, St Lucia, on July 2, under the theme “There can be no social justice without gender justice.”