18th April 2014
Teachers in the British Columbia (BC) province of Canada are to begin job action on Wednesday of next week in their long running dispute with the state government. Teachers in the province voted 89% in favour of strike action in March against the government's failure to fund education properly. Since that time, there has been no movement from the employers, with zero pay increases for two years still on the table and no concessions on class size and staffing levels.
16th April 2014 | Nigeria | corporate reform, Global Solidarity
13th April 2014 | Panama | low pay, performance pay
12th April 2014 | Puerto Rico | anti-cuts, corporate reform
12th April 2014 | Norway
8th April 2014 | United States | anti-cuts, austerity