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26th Lithuanian Industrial Workers' Family Sports Games took place

Published: Thursday, 16 June 2022

On June 11-12, the traditional 26th Lithuanian Industrial Workers' Family Sports Games took place in the recreation center "Energetikas", in Šventoji. It was attended by around 800 industrial workers and their families from all over Lithuania.

17 teams from the heat industry, chemical industry, energy and other companies took part in the games. A delegation from the Danish trade union 3F also attended the event, with representatives taking part in some of the matches.

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A regional workshop was held in Birštonas

Published: Tuesday, 26 April 2022

On March 24-25, in Birštonas, in the conference center "Royal Spa Residence", two-day training was organized by the Lithuanian Federation of Industrial Trade Unions in frames of the international project "Improvement of Social Dialogue in the Lithuanian Industrial Sector".

Participants from various industrial companies gained knowledge about employee representation, aspects of collective agreements and collective bargaining.

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Representatives of workers and employers gained experience in Norway

Published: Wednesday, 23 March 2022

Participants of the FUTURE WORK project (Working for the Future: Decent Work for a Competitive Economy) visited Oslo on 21-23 March. The purpose of the visit was to share good practice in the field of decent work with Norwegian colleagues. Jurga Subačiūtė-Žemaitienė, Vice-President of the Lithuanian Industry Trade Union Federation was visiting Oslo together with representatives from the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists and the State Labor Inspectorate. 

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Lithuanian trade unions join the Global Day of Solidarity with Ukraine

Published: Tuesday, 15 March 2022

On March 15 Lithuanian  trade unions join the Global Day of Solidarity with Ukraine. 

We understand that the photographs are only a visual expression of our solidarity, and we understand that they will not solve the problems caused by a brutal war, but they were made by heart.

Today, more than ever, what is needed is not words or loud declarations, but concrete, sometimes silent and invisible, deeds and decisions, because the struggle of Ukraine is not just a struggle of its people for their land, freedom and democracy. It is a struggle for justice throughout the Europe and the whole world.

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In solidarity with Ukrainian women: “Тримайтеся, сестри!”

Published: Tuesday, 08 March 2022

The International Women's Day is celebrated around the world today, on March 8.

We wish all women to see goodness, light, hope and not to forget to smile even in the greatest trials!

Today we take an inspiration and strength from Ukrainian women who, in the face of a brutal war, remain Women of the capital letter: the unbreakable mothers, wives, sisters, grandmothers who remained in the bombed cities, especially in Kiev, Kharkiv, Donetsk, and Kherson.

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