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IKEA France executives suspended after spying allegations

Home furnishings retailer IKEA has suspended Jean-Louis Baillot, former CEO of IKEA France, and Claire Hery, former HR Director at the group, for the duration of an investigation into a... more

UNI IKEA Global Union Alliance makes proposals to IKEA to promote good practices

Alliance has four key proposals to jointly promote good practices at all IKEA workplace Unions support Turkish workers who want recognition for their... more

Stop Ireland's €3.1bn debt outrage - Avaaz Irish appeal

The Irish government is about to hand over €3.1 billion of our money in debt repayments to the now-dead Anglo-Irish Bank. That's enough to fund the entire primary school system... more

Proposals to IKEA Management for further cooperation

The UNI IKEA Global Union Alliance 1.     Is looking to jointly promote good practice at all IKEA workplaces. 2.    Has identified inconsistencies in IKEA's labour relations approach and ask... more

UNI IKEA Global Union Alliance launches with call for union rights in Turkey

Delegates from 20 trade unions and 14 countries launch UNI IKEA Global Union Alliance in Istanbul UNI IKEA Global Alliance supports Turkish workers... more

Global IKEA Union Alliance launch this week - Istanbul

Unions reach out to local Ikea workers Ikea workers and trade union leaders from around the world are to hold a three-day event in Istanbul starting today to... more

10 things you need to know about the Eurozone austerity treaty

Another View by Eoin Ó Broin ON 31 JANUARY 2012, the Fine Gael/Labour Government signed up to the Eurozone austerity treaty. Here are 10 things you need to know about the... more

Egypt: Trade union sentenced to 6 months for "insulting" Mubarak-era hack

Kamal Abbas, a leading figure in the fight to create independent democratic trade unions in Egypt, has been sentenced to six months in prison for the "crime" of insulting a... more

Canada: End the lockout at Acadian Coach Lines - LabourStart

Support the Workers at Acadian Coach Lines Workers locked out by a French-owned company in Canada need our help today. It's now been three months since Acadian Coach Lines, a subsidiary... more

Carrefour Colombia workers set to make historic vote for union representation

 UNI Global Union applauds Carrefour workers for having courage to join union and stand for office UNI and Carrefour's global... more
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Korea (South): Nationwide strikes weigh on economy
LabourStart headline - Source: The Herald
Finland: Finns march against racism and violent extreme right
LabourStart headline - Source: Trade Union News from Finland
Kyrgyzstan: First meeting of textile workers union
LabourStart headline - Source: Just Style
Egypt: French Trade Union Demands Release of Alexandria Shipyard Workers
LabourStart headline - Source: Aswat Masriya
Egypt: Stop the trial of naval shipyard workers!
LabourStart headline - Source: CTUWS
Egypt: The Shrinking Independence of Labour Unions
LabourStart headline - Source: The Review
Brazil: Anti-Coup Protests Erupt Again
LabourStart headline - Source: TeleSUR
Saudi Arabia: Saudi and foreign workers unite to strike over unpaid wages
LabourStart headline - Source: Middle East Eye
Norway: Oil service is on strike
LabourStart headline - Source: Industri Energi
Thailand: Workers' rights campaigner Andy Hall found guilty in a shock ruling by Bangkok court
LabourStart headline - Source: Finnwatch
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