December 12, 2017: Meet Pakhi, the seamstress that makes your T-shirt
January 19, 2017 : Embassy of Bangladesh refuses statement for freedom for trade union leaders
Mondiaal FNV Trade Union Cooperation Programme 2017 - 2020
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Annual report 2016
Solidarity mapped out. Atlas 2016
Annual report 2015
Solidarity mapped out. Atlas 2015
- Looking back 2015 (documents and links, end of the year message to consultants from Mondiaal, December 2015)
Annual report 2014
Solidarity mapped out. Atlas 2014
This short animated film is an introduction to the precarious work issue.
Annual report 2013FNV Mondiaal 2013 mapped out
Trade Union Cooperation Programme 2013-2016:
- Summary of FNV Trade Union Cooperation Programme 2013-2016
- Policy Framework Trade Union Co-financing Programme 2013-2016
- Annex 1- PSD country list
The Strategic Partnership for Garment Supply Chain Transformation
- Brochure: No sexual harassment – the fight against sexual violence at work
- Quick scan of the linkages between the Ethiopian garment industry and the Dutch market
Corporate Social Resposibility
Calling for Corporate Accountability; A Guide to the 2011 OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
A publication of OECD Watch, June 2013
CSR in international perspective
FNV Mondiaal made a policy plan about Corporate Social Responsibility. What is it we do about CSR, what have we done and what will the future bring? These questions are answered in ‘Corporate Social Responsibility in a global perspective, Policy Plan 2004 – 2007’.
Let parents earn and children learn - final report
Let parents earn and children learn - summary
Higher wages, more jobs, better educated workers. That is the impact of tackling child labour drastically.
The FNV presents these and other results of a study of the relationship between the existence of child labour and the lack of decent work for adults. Researchers examined trade union, non-governmental organisation, government and ILO programmes to fight child labour in ten countries – India, Nepal, Cambodia, China, Colombia, Brazil, Morocco, Tanzania, Albania and Israel/Palestine.
The outcomes are really interesting and challenge the current child labour paradigms.
Fighting HIV and AIDS at the Workplace: A Case Study from India
What role can trade unions play in the fight against Hiv/Aids? The International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers’Unions (ICEM) shares its experience and lessons learned.
A happy old age for all Indonesians
August 2015. From the first of July 2015 every Indonesian, job or no job, can save for his retirement. It is a huge step forward in a development country where previously only 9% of the population had a pension. Most workers are furious about the new social insurance law. Because they are not allowed like before to withdraw their savings after five years.
Papua has the highest youth unemployment in Asia
August 2015. Unemployment among young people in Indonesia is almost 20%. In the province of West Papua this number is three times higher. The poor quality of education and economic discrimination are the main causes. Youthworkers are asking the Netherlands for help.
Media Workers in Indonesia Far From Negotiation Table
Sept. 2014. Only one percent of Indonesia media companies utilize a collective labour agreement (CLA) to secure media workers welfare. Why is that?
Trade union democracy and social justice
This report of Public Services International Brasil tries to take a broad approach that could be useful to any trade union organisation, and that considers the structural and strategic role of trade unions in the relationship between State and Society.
Guide to the construction of union networks within multinational enterprises
Systematizing the experience of CUT Brasil.
This publication is an initiative of the project CUT-FNV 'Action on Multinationals”