• PSI has launched its 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.

  • Public Services International has launched an appeal to collect donations via the PSI Haiti Relief Fund to help our sisters and brothers in Haïti. We call on all affiliates to send in their support.

  • PSI calls on its affiliates and allies to send letters to the Liberian government, for the reinstatement of dismissed workers, demanding the recognition of the right to organize for public service workers and the respect of trade union rights for all workers in Liberia!

  • A high priority area of work for PSI, is workplace violence in the health sector, the experiences of affiliates in raising awareness and developing campaigns and actions to eliminate workplace violence will contribute to the discussions and preparation for developing an ILO standard on violence against women and men at work.

  • The Future of Health

    PSI and The Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC) will be participating in the High-Level OECD Policy Forum on the Future of Health and OECD Health Ministerial that will be held in Paris on 16-17 January 2017. Ahead of the meeting, PSI has launched a new briefing entitled “The Future of Health: Person Centred Care in Policy and Practice”.

  • Sonelgaz building, Batna, Algeria

    Algeria: Trade union leader sentenced to six months’ imprisonment

    The President of National Autonomous Electricity and Gas Trade Union (SNATEG), Mellal Raouf, has been sentenced to 6 months in prison for denouncing a case of corruption at SONELGAZ – the national electricity and gas company in Algeria – involving the overbilling of more than 8 million users.

  • Nigeria Water : UN expert calls for budget plans to tackle 'unacceptable' water crisis in Lagos

    A United Nations expert has urged the authorities in Nigeria’s biggest city, Lagos, to ensure the 2017 budget improves funding for water and sanitation access for the estimated 21 million residents.