Publications & Research

 


Privatisation of Migration & Refugee Services & Other Forms of State Disengagement


11 December 2017

This research, written by Jane Lethbridge, Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU), examines the effects of the privatisation of services for refugees and migrants at national and international level.

Report: Trade Union Action on Decent Work for Persons with Disabilities


05 December 2017

Trade unions are working all over the world on disability issues. This research captures and summarises trade union action on disability from over 50 countries, including developed, emerging and developing economies. The research offers a new perspective to trade unions who have not worked on this issue, and points to opportunities for others to develop their work further.

16 Days of Activism to end Violence against Women – Her Story – Our Story… Surviving Abuse


04 December 2017

The NUGFW Women's Executive Councils Project for the 16 days activism to end Violence against Women will be launched the first week of December 2017. This book is another phase in the advocacy and work of PSI in the Caribbean to eliminate violence against women and girls. It is another tool available to trade union activists.

Posters: World Cities Day 2017


25 October 2017

The posters for World Cities Day 2017 are available for download in English, French and Spanish.

Click directly on the poster you wish to download for a high resolution PDF for printing.

PSI/FU Report


19 October 2017

Double standards: How the UK promotes rip-off health PPPs abroad


02 October 2017

The Jubilee Debt Campaign has released a new report: ‘Double standards: How the UK promotes rip-off health PPPs abroad’ (24 pages, with a 4 page executive summary). PSI and its affiliates has substantially contributed to the content of the report.

Right to Health Newsletter (all issues)


04 September 2017

The Right to Health newsletter is our voice, bringing to you news and perspectives on the campaign and struggles around the world to realise health as a fundamental human right.