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  • 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 […]

  • ITF Nairobi Bus Rapid Transit Report

    GLI Manchester is pleased to announce that the Nairobi Bus Rapid Transit Report is now available to view and download. This report assesses the potential impact of the introduction of Bus Rapid Transit on the workforce of Nairobi’s informal transport (‘matatu’) industry, and seeks to encourage the active engagement of matatu workers’ representatives in shaping […]

  • FILM: “The Power of Informal Transport Workers”

    GLI Manchester is pleased to announce that our new short film, “The Power of Informal Transport Workers“, is now available to watch online. “The Power of Informal Transport Workers” shows how informal transport workers across the world are organising in trade unions to fight back against precarious and dangerous working conditions. Produced as part of […]

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FES and GLU launch ‘Trade Unions in Transformation’ Online Course

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The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and the Global Labour University (GLU) are launching an online course combining the knowledge of trade unionists, labour activists and academics. This online course provides concise knowledge on how trade unions are using power resources to improve working conditions and transform themselves in the process. The course provides also possibilities to discuss […]

TUED Working Paper #13: Transition in Trouble? The Rise and Fall of “Community Energy” in Europe

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Trade Unions for Energy Democracy (TUED) has published its thirteenth working paper: Transition in Trouble? The Rise and Fall of “Community Energy” in Europe This working paper aims to help reframe discussions among unions and others fighting for energy democracy on how to cultivate meaningful and broad-based community engagement in the transition to a more […]

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TUED Bulletin 95: Australian Bushfires Statement from Trade Unions for Energy Democracy, Asia-Pacific

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“Destruction of the Natural World is a Criminal Act” TUED participating unions and allies in the Asia-Pacific region have been actively involved in monitoring and responding to the devastating bushfires in Australia, and have issued a statement. Signed by well over 50 union bodies from 17 countries across the region, the statement is an impressive […]