We are more than a trade union — we are a vibrant and inclusive community of all ages and backgrounds. UVW was founded on the beliefs that we can all learn something from everybody, and that effective organisation depends on teachers learning and students teaching. Our education must be transformative for all involved.
“When migrant women rise, we all rise” a project to prevent and stamp out sexual harassment at work.
More and more workers are recognising the power of our direct and collective action and they are joining us in their hundreds. Use your voice to shape what comes next.
Help us build a workers’ mass movement: join our solidarity network and fight alongside our members for equality, dignity and respect!
Workers solidarity and education come first in our UVW community! Come, meet others and join use for talks, discussions and workshops!
“Hello, my name is Fatima Djalo. I have worked in the Ministry of Justice since 2009. We are here stuck in the Ministry of Justice working everyday…”
.’“Hello. My name is Juan Carlos. I’m Bolivian. I work in the cleaning company APC Cleaning. Obviously, I work as a cleaner. So, with this global Covid19 crisis…”
“Hello my name is Carlos Alberto, I work in the company OCS in the Ministry of Justice building…”