Solidarity from Canadian Union of Postal Workets
Friday, 19 September 2014 08:28

Canadian Union of Postal Workers has condemned the assasination attempt on the life of Riaz Hussain Lund and stands with Pakistan Trade Union Defence campaign on behalf of working class people of Canada.

Pakistan: Latest news on condition of comrade Riaz Hussain
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 23:44

The doctors now say that they are optimistic that comrade Riaz Hussain Lund will soon be able to be taken from the intensive care unit and placed in a general ward.

Pakistan: Victory for female nurses, humiliating defeat for Punjab Government
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 04:02

2800 female nurses have won their struggle against the government in Punjab. Despite their brutal and vicious tactics, the government had to face a humiliating defeat.

PTUDC International Bulletin Winter 2013
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 07:34

PTUDC International Bulletin provides the latest information and updates about the events relating to workers and trade unions in Pakistan.

Pakistan Trade Union Defense Campaign (PTUDC) International Bulletin
Monday, 15 July 2013 07:55

PTUDC International Bulletin was launched on 6th April 2013 at an event in University College London, United Kingdom. PTUDC International Bulletin provides the latest information and updates about the events relating to workers and trade unions in Pakistan.

Pakistan: May Day in a deceptive election scenario
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 16:55

The political elite and superstructure that dominates this society in the current period have shown utter disdain towards the working classe.

Pakistan: Comrade Riaz Lund shot! Mobilise solidarity!
Sunday, 14 September 2014 11:13

Comrade Riaz Lund, Central Chairman Pakistan Trade Union Defence Campaign (PTUDC) and well-known class fighter in Karachi, has been shot in cold blood by assassins. In a cowardly and brutal assault, he was hit three times, twice in the stomach and once in the chest.

Pakistan: Master Tiles workers strike against anti-union repression of management
Monday, 25 November 2013 23:13

Today is the third day of strike action by workers at the Master Tiles factory in Gujranwala. After more than 15 years of repression, torture and violation of labour laws at the hands of the owners and management, workers finally managed to get their union registered by the Labour Department.

Struggle starts against Privatization of Pakistan International Air Lines
Monday, 07 October 2013 10:59

Within months of coming to power the right-wing government of the Muslim League announced their intentions of privatizing the state owned enterprises. On 13th September it was announced that 26% of the shares of Pakistan International Airline’s would be privatized along with the control of the management of the company. Pakistan Post, Railways, WAPDA (Water and Power Development Authority) and many others are also on the list for privatisation.

Pakistan: WAPDA Referendum - Irreconcilable struggle against Privatization
Tuesday, 28 May 2013 10:40

The WAPDA workers union, the largest organized force in Pakistan is have a referendum in two days. The comrades of the PTUDC are intervening in the referendum with a revolutionary programme. Here we provide our readers with the English translation of their main leaflet. WAPDA  - Water & Power Distribution Authority – is a key department in Pakistan, responsible for the generation, transmission and distribution of Power in whole country.

Saudi Arabia: A concentration camp for immigrant workers
Saturday, 27 April 2013 21:42

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia, one of the foremost allies of the USA in the Middle East, brutally exploits its migrant workers. The visa regime keeps the workers in a state of permanent dependency on their employers and abuses are common. At the other end of the spectrum members of the royal family, including the king himself, are among the richest people in the world with billions of dollars in wealth. This contradiction has revolutionary implications.

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