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Lima, 14 July 2014 - Lima, 14 July 2014 - Journalist Donny Buchelli Cueva, who was presenting the program “Más Noticias” (More news), broadcasted by Más Radio (More Radio), was murdered in the province of Pacasmayo, department La Libertad, in Peru.

The press man was shot approximately at midnight last Tuesday, July 8th, in his house located in the Calle Ayacucho Nº 67, (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Lima, 26 May 2014 - On Monday 26 May, Mr Roberto Mejía Alarcón, President of the National Association of Journalists in Peru and Superior Council of the University Jaime Bausate y Meza received the decoration "Order of Work 2014", in the degree of Commander. The honouring took place in the Government Palace and was granted by the national Government in merit of its work in defence of the rights of journalists (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Mississauga, Canada, 06 May 2014 - Imagine if Canadians were told that they could only shop at American retail behemoth Walmart—they would be in an uproar at this imposition on their freedom of choice.

If it’s not OK in retail, or any other aspect of life, why is it OK in the world of labour? (...) Opens internal link in current windowmore


Brussels, 02 May 2014 - On April 1 the United Trade Unions of Venezuela gave the following statement on the situation in their country:

Our country is at a crossroads. The crisis that overwhelms us in very noticeable expressions, not only in the field of the exercise of freedoms, of civil and political rights – which in recent times (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Lima, 17 April 2014 - The journalist Rudy Huallpa Cayo was seriously injured last April 1, when covering a demonstration in the city of Puno, in front of the headquarters of the regional Government of this locality in the highlands. The captain of the National Police of Peru (NPP), Eliu Martín Fuentes Ramos, fired a projectile from a gun, apparently a pellet or rubber bullet, which struck the left eye of the reporter, resulting in the loss of vision (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Kiev, 09 April 2014 - Tense standoffs between pro-Russian activists and the Ukrainian authorities are continuing in eastern Ukraine.

In the city of Luhansk 51 people held against their will have been released from a state security building but activists are still occupying it (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Caracas, 09 April 2014 - The socialist government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has begun exploratory talks with the opposition to resolve weeks of street unrest.

The meeting was proposed by foreign ministers of the country’s South American neighbours and members of regional bloc (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Budapest, 07 April 2014 - Four more years for Hungary’s Viktor Orban to govern: this means European Union partners and big business in Hungary can expect four more years of unpredictable measures.

That is if he champions national interests in the same, sometimes unconventional ways he has so far (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Brussels, 31 March 2014 - Employment and Social Situation: Quarterly Review indicates little improvement despite first signs of recovery

The recent economic recovery has not yet been able to create new jobs and the social situation in the EU shows little signs of improvement so far, according to the European Commission's latest (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Belgrade, 17 March 2014 - Serbia’s political landscape is not the same any more. On March 16th Aleksandar Vučić, the leader of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), won an overwhelming electoral victory, shattered the opposition and cleared out several veterans from the Serbian parliament. “We thought it would be good, but didn’t even dare hope it would be as good as this,” said Braca Grubacic, a senior member of SNS (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Brussels, 12 March 2014 - From 18 - 24 February a delegation of the World Organization of Workers – WOW visited colleagues in Ghana, Togo and Benin. The WOW delegation consisted of Roel Rotshuizen – President, Piet Nelissen – Member of the Board, and Bjørn van Heusden – Executive Secretary. During the visit Koffi Zounnadjala, Vice-President of the WOW and Secretary General of the FPE (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Brussel, 12 March 2014 - The European elections of 22 - 25 May 2014 will give voters the chance to influence the future political course of the European Union when they elect the 751 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to represent their interests for the next five years (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more



Brussels, 10 March 2014 - The European Commission welcomes today's adoption by the EU's Council of Minister of a Quality Framework on Traineeships to enable trainees to acquire high-quality work experience under safe and fair conditions, and to increase their chances of finding a good quality job (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more 


Cologne, 06 March 2014 - German companies, where the reconciliation of family and work is a high priority, are economically more successful than those where family-friendliness plays a lesser role.

That is a main result of the Enterprise Monitor for Family-friendliness 2013, which the Cologne Institute for Economic Research (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Vienna, 06 March 2014 - On the occasion of the international women's day the Fraction of Christian Trade Unionists within the GPA-djp (FCG/GPA-djp) strongly raises awareness of an apparently long forgotten topic: the splitting of pensions.

Since 2005, parents can arrange for a 'voluntary splitting (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Belgrade, 14 February 2014 - Trade unions have three core tasks: representation of workers’ interests, emancipation of the work force and social engineering/ vision building. The best instrument to achieve decent labour conditions is the “collective labour agreement” (CLA). It is generally accepted that there exist three different types/levels of collective bargaining. Economy-wide or national, sectoral, and (...) Opens internal link in current windowread more


Lviv, Ukraine, 05 February 2014 - Christian values connect our two trade unions. In my function as Secretary General of the Christian fraction in the GPA-djp as well as European President of the World Organization of Workers, I, Günther Trausznitz, declare my full solidarity to the trade union VOST-VOLYA and to the Ukrainian people.

VOST VOLYA is a young trade union with 150.000 (...)