Palestinians strike for right to join their chosen union

For decades Palestinian workers in Israel and the Israeli settlements have had very limited freedom of association.

Israeli Company Fined for Paying Palestinian Workers 9 Shekels an Hour

Company operating in the West Bank fined 507,000 shekels (US$144,000) after a Labor and Social Affairs Ministry investigation.

WAC-MAAN achieves its second collective agreement with Palestinian workers in Mishor Adumim industrial zone

Second collective agreement achieved by Palestinian workers in Israeli industrial zone in the occupied West Bank.

WAC-MAAN – A decade of organising Palestinian workers in the West Bank settlements

The independent trade union centre WAC-MAAN releases a comprehensive report summarising ten years of struggle to organise Palestinian workers in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.

On the brink again, says ILO

The situation of workers of the occupied Arab territories - Annual report to the 2019 International Labour Conference.

WAC-MAAN combats settlement employers to improve conditions for Palestinian workers

On Dec. 18, 2018, Palestinian workers at NA Metal Industries, in the settlement of Mishor Adumim, declared a warning strike after the employer had refused to meet their basic demands.

Israel Seeks to Increase Enforcement and Protection for Palestinian Workers in Israel

Palestinian workers’ labor rights are poorly enforced and their rights often deprived. New government inter-ministerial panel seeks to change that,

Israel’s Construction Accidents: Not Mishaps, but Negligence

Describing Yassin’s death as an accident is a distortion of the truth because an accident is an unexpected event, and nothing in Israel is more predictable than the death of construction workers.