• PSI, together with other trade unions and civil society partners, is taking an active part in the United Nations Post-2015 Development process.

  • The report shows that PPPs have failed to live up to their promise. In most cases, they are an expensive and inefficient way of financing infrastructure and services

  • PSI is urgently calling on its affiliates to send funds for the immediate relief of PSI members and to assist in rebuilding communities in Nepal.

  • The 12th Regional Conference for Africa and Arab Countries (AFRECON) and related meetings will be taking place from 22nd to 25th September 2015 in Gaborone, Botswana.

  • Opening

    Reaction to the agreed Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development by PSI

    On 16 July, the Financing for Development Conference (FFD3) has come to an end by adopting the Addis Ababa Action Agenda on FFD. PSI joins the trade union movement and civil society partners in their rejection of the outcome, which will be neither transformative nor deliver the future we want.

  • Nigeria stop privatisation

    The support for energy privatisation in Nigeria is not acceptable

    Millions of pounds of UK aid money has been used to support the privatisation of Nigeria’s electricity system. The result has been a disaster with escalating energy prices, job losses and declining quality of services. PSI has joined Global Justice Now and UNISON in their campaign to stop this privatisation.

  • Israel: a social revolution

    Histadrut, has achieved an agreement with the government on the issue of contract workers in the public sector. Around 50,000 workers will benefit from this agreement, including 15,000 public sector contract workers who will become full government employees within two years.