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  • Informal Passenger Transport Beyond COVID-19: A Trade Union Guide to Worker-Led Formalisation

    GLI Manchester is pleased to announce that the Informal Passenger Transport Beyond COVID-19: A Trade Union Guide to Worker-Led Formalisation is now available to view and download. Covid-19 has already had a profound economic and health impact on the lives of millions of informal transport workers, and the crisis shows little sign of abating. As with […]

  • Dakar Bus Rapid Transit Report

    GLI Manchester is pleased to announce that the Dakar Bus Rapid Transit: Labour Impact Assessment Research Report is now available to view and download in both English and French. This is the provisional report of research commissioned by the ITF and undertaken in partnership with the Laboratoire de Géographie Humaine at the University of Dakar […]

  • Kampala Bus Rapid Transit Report

    GLI Manchester is pleased to announce that the Kampala Bus Rapid Transit Report: Understanding Kampala’s Paratransit Market Structure is now available to view and download. This report attempts to provide a detailed assessment of the market struture of the paratransit industry in Kampala, including both minibus (“taxi”) and motorcycle taxi (“boda-boda”) services. It is intended […]

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Job Opportunity: Researcher/Organiser

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The Global Labour Institute is looking to appoint a member of staff for research and education programmes with the international trade union movement. The contract will be for 12 months, potentially extendable. Flexible working (minimum equivalent of three days per week) and location (worldwide). Job Description Main role To support the planning and delivery of […]

Online Meeting: End Repression in Hong Kong

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On 30 January, Labour Movement Solidarity with Hong Kong is holding an online meeting and rally to protest against the arrest of 53 pro-democracy lawmakers, organisers and trade unionists under China’s National Security Law and build global solidarity with our Hong Kong comrades’ struggle. The arrests and wider wave of repression are nothing short of […]

TUED Bulletin 105: Defending Public Energy, French Energy Unions Build International Support

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In recent weeks, French electricity and and gas workers have been striking in defense of the country’s publicly owned energy. These actions have been led by French energy union federations FNME-CGT, CFE-CGC Énergies, FO Energie et Mines and FCE-CFDT. Over the holiday period, 33 union bodies from 20 countries and regions signed a statement of […]