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PT: No Trade in Public Services

15 February 2016

Translate into PT: The recent wave of trade agreements are direct threats to the provision of Quality Public Services. These new agreements encourage privatisation, restrict governments’ ability to regulate in the public interest and create new and powerful rights for large multinational corporations. They are also a threat to democracy and accountability of government. They are being negotiated in secret, without proper consultation and will bind future governments, often regardless of the decisions of national elections, parliaments and courts. PSI urges all affiliates to understand the implications and join our allies to oppose the harmful effects of these agreements.

PT: Migration

15 February 2016

Translate into PT: In many countries, skilled health and social care workers feel they must leave their families behind and work abroad to earn a decent income. They brave exploitation and discrimination. And their departure weakens health and social services in their home community. PSI works with unions worldwide to protect migrant workers and to improve the quality of health and social services. Read more

PT: Gender equality

15 February 2016

Translate into PT: “Women hold up half the sky – get used to it.” That message, painted on a sign at a demonstration, tells only half the story. In many ways, women do more than their share: caring for the next generation and elderly parents, household duties, and contributing economically. Women are more than equal in the responsibilities they assume. This must be matched with political, economic and social equality.

PT: Trade union development

15 February 2016

Translate into PT: Free and democratic trade unions are built on solidarity – people working together for improvements in the workplace and the community. Through PSI, unions around the world work together to support each other. Established unions share their knowledge and experience with unions that have fewer resources. This assistance ranges from help with developing tools to serve members, to resource and education materials, to international support in upholding members’ rights.

Regiões

15 February 2016

A Internacional de Serviços Públicos (ISP) reúne mais de 20 milhões de trabalhadorxs, representadxs em 669 sindicatos em 154 países e territórios. África e países árabes, Ásia e Pacífico, Interamerica e Europa formam as quatro regiões que compõem a estrutura da ISP.

Materiais

15 February 2016

Veja os links abaixo para contatos com os meios de comunicação, notícias da atualidade e informação geral sobre a Internacional de Serviços Públicos ou entre em contato pelo seguinte email: communications@world-psi.org

Setores

15 February 2016

Embora a maioria das filiadas à ISP trabalhe nos setores de saúde e em serviços como o de água e de energia, nossos membros também trabalham em centenas de categorias de muitos outros setores.

Temas

15 February 2016

Fortalecer os sindicatos do setor público em escala mundial para que fomentem os direitos e interesses dxs trabajadorxs e promovan a ideia de que os serviços públicos de qualidade são essenciais para construir sociedades justas e inclusivas onde todas as pessoas gozem de igual acesso e iguais oportunidades.

PT: Trade union rights news

15 February 2016

Translate into PT: All work has dignity, and all workers deserve to be treated with respect by their employers. Trade unions play a decisive role in improving working conditions, safety and wages – yet some governments and employers systematically abuse the right of workers to join existing unions or form new ones. PSI works actively to support the right of workers to free collective bargaining, and to help stop abuses when they occur.

Direitos sindicais

15 February 2016

A conjuntura mundial afeta os sindicatos de serviços públicos do mundo todo. O impacto das políticas das instituições financeiras internacionais ou das medidas de privatização, subcontratação ou outras denominadas “reformas” que afetarão os serviços públicos, nos levam a todos a lutar por interesses comuns.