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  • UN Public Services Awards: Paris water win highlights benefits of remunicipalisation


    23 June 2017

    Seven years ago the City of Paris brought their water supply back into public hands. Today they received one of the highest international public service awards at a special UN ceremony at The Hague.

  • Right to Health - Issue 02 (May/June 2017)


    23 June 2017
    Get the latest global news on health and social care services. People over Profit! #PublicHealth4All. Right to Health newsletter Issue 02/2017.
  • PSI celebrates World Whistleblowers Day


    23 June 2017

    Friday 23 June 2017 is World Whistleblowers’ Day. This day draws the world’s attention to the tremendous and fearless work of those who decide to denounce dishonest corporations and public officials, and who get fired, threatened, jailed or even killed in return. It also reminds us of the work ahead to ensure their protection.

  • PSI contributions to the thematic consultations towards a global compact on migration in 2018


    22 June 2017
    First Thematic Consultation in May

    The 2016 New York Declaration for Migrants and Refugees mandates the United Nations to forge a Global Compact on Migration and a Global Compact on Refugees, which will be adopted in a High-Level Conference in 2018.

  • Towards a global campaign on PPPs


    21 June 2017

    On Tuesday 20 June, Public Services International (PSI) and EURODAD organized a joint workshop entitled “NGO's and trade unions workshop on public-private partnerships (PPPs): towards a global campaign on PPPs”, where PSI presented its PEOPLE OVER PROFIT platform, which will be launched in the coming months. The meeting was an excellent opportunity to explore ideas on more in-depth cooperation and how to support the development of the platform with both on-and off-line actions.

  • Canada: CUPE education workers reach agreement with provincial government


    20 June 2017

    In what may be one of the largest settlements of its kind in Canada for employees who have suffered a workplace breach of Charter rights, CUPE education workers have reached an agreement on “remedy”, or financial compensation, with the Ontario government.

  • AFT: Trump's budget is cruel to kids


    20 June 2017

    PSI affiliate in the US, AFT, condemns the US government’s plans to make cuts in the education budget. President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos want to eliminate more than 20 federal K-12 programs, including after-school and summer programs that serve 1.6 million children.