LGBTI Workers Rights News
The human rights hypocrisy of The Coca-Cola Company 10-12-2018
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognizes that no one's rights are secure unless everyone's rights are secure, and that human rights are indivisible and inseparable.
The LGBTI community has to unite: "We are part of the working class" 21-08-2018
A self-defined transvestite woman, Isabelle, 31, is the coordinator of
the Association of Diversity of Limeira (Adlim), Brazil, a movement for
the rights of the LGBTI community in that municipality. She is also a
public employee and trade unionist. In this interview she outlines her
union work and the hard task of generating class consciousness in the
LGBTI workers are no less human 21-08-2018
The conference theme of the 10th IUF African Region titled "rights and
decent work for all - our common struggle" is engraved on my mind and
heart as a confirmation that LGBTI workers are no less human than any
other worker or person of different sexual orientation and gender
identity to them. No one can persuade any human rights activist that
homosexuals and transsexuals are not human beings to be treated with
respect and dignity like any other person. [read more]
The UN denounces epidemic of murders of LGBTI people in Mexico 20-08-2018
The United Nations has denounced the wave of killings of members of the LGBTI community in Mexico, particularly in the state of Veracruz, where nine transgender women and eight homosexual men were murdered in recent months.
CC.OO advances training material on LGBTI workers' rights 27-06-2018
IUF-affiliated CC.OO in Spain has produced training material on LGBTI related topics for its members in Spanish.[read more]
Pride month is an opportunity to stand up for LGBTI workers' rights! 22-06-2018
The IUF calls on affiliated organizations to organize, fight and win on LGBTI workers' rights and union issues and to speak out against injustice against LGBTI workers. HAPPY PRIDE!
Unite the Union Statement on London Pride 22-06-2018
This year Unite the Union will be represented by activists at community organised Pride events across the UK.
Equal and fair treatment both at work and in society is a key priority for our union, and we make it clear that we all have a duty to challenge discrimination, harassment and bullying whenever possible. Unite is proud to be a campaigning union and is proud of the work it has done over many years to support equality, particularly within the LGBT+ community.
UFCW and UNITE HERE march together for LGBTI workers' rights 20-06-2018
IUF affiliates UFCW and UNITE HERE marched together at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pride in the USA on June 17.[read more]
UNITE HERE: Sleep with the right people 15-06-2018
IUF affiliate UNITE HERE's (USA) Pride Month graphic design for 2018! Union Pride! [read more]
RWDSU: You shouldn't have to hide who you are at work! 15-06-2018
June is #PrideMonth
. To this day, many members of the LGBTQ+ community still have to hide who they are just to earn a living. That must change. We need to ensure that everyone is protected & safe in the workplace..[read more]
UFCW celebrates Pride Month 15-06-2018
Throughout the month of June, UFCW locals across the country are
celebrating diversity and inclusive workplaces for LGBTQ members and all
UFCW updates non-discrimination LGBTI language in Cargill collective agreement 25-05-2018
IUF-affiliated UFCW's Local 1776 successfully negotiated positive LGBTI language with Cargill that entirely removes heterosexual bias terminology throughout the existing contract.
New IUF Africa publication: a resource for fighting for LGBTI workers' rights 09-02-2018
LGBTI workers' rights are human rights 08-12-2017
On this International Human Rights Day, the IUF joins with all those around the world calling for the full recognition of LGBTI rights as human rights.
Organizing, fighting and winning together: the IUF 27th Congress 05-09-2017
The 27th IUF Congress, held in Geneva from August 29 to September 1, 2017, was the largest, most representative, and most participatory Congress in our history. Of the 518 participants from around the world, 339 official delegates took part in the work of the Congress - an increase of nearly 29% over 2012. All regions and sectors were strongly represented in a Congress marked by a high degree of enthusiasm, militancy and solidarity.