10 September 2018
The former President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, was in August appointed as the new High Commissioner for UN Human Rights. Today, Bachelet opened the Human Rights Council session in Geneva with a statement of hope for universal rights.
07 September 2018
PSI demands the immediate reinstatement of Idris Idham, President of PSI’s Indonesian affiliate the Pharmaceutical and Health Workers Union (PHWU), who was unfairly dismissed in direct contravention of international law and Indonesia’s obligations. PSI has sent a letter to Hanif Dhakiri, the current Minister of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia.
05 September 2018
Six Tunisian Fishermen, arrested off the coast of Italy, could face human trafficking charges after rescuing a stranded migrant boat with 14 people on board.
04 September 2018
This week, the Independent Commision for the Reform of International Corproate Taxation (ICRICT), of which PSI is a founding member, is meeting in New York to discuss the path forward for global corproate tax reform.
28 August 2018
The event held by PSI, with the support from FES, on August 1 and 2 in Panama City, sought to analyze how transnationals capture democracy, manipulate public opinion and seek to control personal data to be used in accordance with their own private interests.
22 August 2018
On 11-13 August, around 100 young members from PSI, BWI and UNI Global Union affiliates gathered in Rizal, the Philippines, for the 1st Youth Summit of the Asean Services Employees' Trade Union Council (ASETUC).
21 August 2018
As of 20 August, the death toll due to floods in the southern Indian state of Kerala stood at 1,361. More than 700,000 people are now in close to 3,000 relief camps across the state. Rescue and relief efforts have been tireless, by the government and by civil society.