30° Congreso Mundial de la ISP

Celebramos los 110 años de la Internacional de Servicios Públicos (1907-2017) en Ginebra, Suiza

30 de octubre — 3 de noviembre de 2017

“Fountain” (1917) por Marcel Duchamp

110 años después del congreso inaugural de la ISP, los trabajadores y trabajadoras de todo el mundo se reunirán en Ginebra, Suiza, para rechazar la privatización de nuestras vidas, destapar las contraverdades de la ideología de las grandes empresas, en medio del caos creado por el fracaso de los mercados, para construir alternativas basadas en el poder de las organizaciones sindicales y combatir por nuestra más firme convicción: ¡Las personas por encima del lucro!

El tema
Siguiendo la tradición de la ISP de rendir homenaje al país anfitrión del Congreso, tuvimos el reto de encontrar algo peculiar en Suiza que pudiera también destacar un logro histórico: nuestro 110º aniversario y el 30º Congreso.

Y así reuniremos dos elementos temáticos contemporáneos de la ISP: el dadaísmo, un movimiento de arte suizo que acaba de celebrar su centenario; y el constructivismo, una praxis política artística intrínsecamente ligada a la primera revolución obrera – que también celebra los 100 años – que alaba al arte como herramienta de cambio social.

Suiza, 1916: un grupo de artistas, marginados, exiliados políticos y revolucionarios se reúnen para crear el movimiento dadá. Para los dadaístas, el lenguaje y las imágenes del orden político establecido y de la clase dirigente es, simplemente, un sinsentido total

El Dadá, como un movimiento, comenzó en Zúrich en 1916 como una reacción a los horrores de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Sus defensores rechazaron la “razón”, la “lógica” y la “racionalidad” de la sociedad burguesa capitalista que había provocado la muerte sin sentido de millones de personas en el campo de batalla. Los dadaístas optaron por expresiones de tonterías, ironía, caos, iconoclasia y absurdo como forma de expresar su oposición. Usando el colage, la poesía sonora, y la escritura cut-up, los dadaístas se opusieron vigorosamente a las normas y ortodoxias de su tiempo.

El hecho es que, un siglo más tarde, en un tiempo en el cual la publicidad bombardea implacablemente nuestros ojos con imágenes imposibles, un tiempo en el cual políticos petulantes gritan no-verdades y tonterías, en un tiempo en el cual ideas económicas desde hace mucho tiempo muertas son lanzadas y adoradas… En nuestro tiempo el rechazo dadaísta de la ortodoxia permanece más relevante que nunca.

El 30º Congreso mundial de la ISP se celebrará en el

Geneva International Conference Centre (CICG)
17 rue de Varembé
CH – 1211 Genève 20
T +41 22 791 91 11
F+41 22 791 90 64
info@cicg.ch

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Este formulario de inscripción (haga clic aquí) debe ser completado SOLAMENTE por participantes que asistan al Congreso a su propio costo o que hayan sido invitados a hacerlo por la Secretaría de la ISP.

Los patrocinios están siendo procesados a través de los organismos regionales. Los candidatos seleccionados serán contactados directamente para registrarse a su debido tiempo.

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

I want to discuss, with my colleagues worldwide, the need of ensuring sufficient staffing levels of health care workers.

And also other issues of basic labour rights that are equally important.

Atsushi Kawamoto,
Jichiro,
Japan

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

Ich bin Delegierter der Daseinsgewerkschaft Younion; ich freue mich auf den Kongress, denn gerade in diesen bewegten Zeiten ist es extrem notwendig,

dass die Gewerkschaften ein klares Zeichen gegen Privatisierung setzen.

Thomas Kattnig,
Younion,
Austria

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

I hope to see the endorsement of the plan of action, giving us the chance to influence international, regional and national policies.

Because these policies affect decisively our lives.

Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
TPSA,
Tonga

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

The Congress is an opportunity to create a better working life for our members and demonstrate the importance of public services.

It's also an opportunity to come together and be strong together, to make an impact.

Veronica Magnusson,
Vision,
Sweden

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

It will be great to come together and share information about the attacks on public sector workers that are happening in every corner of the world.

We’ll also discuss the success stories and learn how to mobilise to fight back.

Larry Brown,
NUPGE,
Canada

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

J’attends du Congrès qu’on réaffirme la place des services publics,

donc richesse et production de richesse sont pas simplement un coût pour le monde et un élément de démocratie.

Yves Letourneux,
Interco-CFDT,
France

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

We are looking forward to participating in events concerning women and gender mainstreaming, ending violence against women and how women are affected by austerity.

It will give us an opportunity to look at ways we can combat austerity and counter its effects on everyone, including people with disabilities.

Gaynelle Samuel,
PCS,
United Kingdom

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

As PSI is a worker-driven organisation, I hope Congress will address workers’ issues such as staff shortages and lack of resources.

By getting together, we will find a strategy to fight governments’ oppressive policies.

Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
Denosa,
South Africa

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

Gender mainstreaming of the whole programme of action means it will systematically take account of the impact on women.

A woman’s place is in her union but the union must also make place for women.

Jillian Bartlett,
NUGFW,
Trinidad and Tobago

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

Ce que j’attends du Congrès c’est qu’on démontre que la santé est une richesse, elle est trop souvent présentée comme un coût et la santé participe au bien commun de tous

et à ce titre elle mériterait d’être partagé comme richesse.

Cyrille Duch,
CFDT,
France

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

I’m excited to attend the PSI Congress for the first time and interested in discussing gender equality with people from different countries.

I am looking forward to meeting public sector trade unionists from around the world.

Mariko Aoki,
JICHIRO,
Japan

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

Ich hoffe, dass von dem Kongress ein Zeichen ausgeht, dass die Beschäftigten im öffentlichen Dienst alle zusammenhalten

und sich nicht in einen Krieg gegeneinander hetzen lassen.

Hannelore Reiner,
Ver.di,
Germany

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

Congress will be a very exciting time to express clearly that public services are the key to a quality society and quality of life.

Only quality public services can ensure a good life for all people and not just the rich. Our Congress will make that clear to the world.

Candice Owley,
AFT,
USA

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

In my view, Congress represents a revolution for the workers,

especially in the region of Africa and Arab countries.

Mirna Mneimneh,
SRLTT,
Lebanon

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

I hope that at Congress we can discuss how to tackle the problem of multinationals hiding money and not paying taxes.

Because taxes are the foundation for providing public services.

John Leirvaag,
NTL,
Norway

  • Atsushi Kawamoto,
    Jichiro,
    Japan
  • Thomas Kattnig,
    Younion,
    Austria
  • Mele Teusivi Amanaki,
    TPSA,
    Tonga
  • Veronica Magnusson,
    Vision,
    Sweden
  • Larry Brown,
    NUPGE,
    Canada
  • Yves Letourneux,
    Interco-CFDT,
    France
  • Gaynelle Samuel,
    PCS,
    United Kingdom
  • Ritta Thandeka Msibi,
    Denosa,
    South Africa
  • Jillian Bartlett,
    NUGFW,
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Cyrille Duch,
    CFDT,
    France
  • Mariko Aoki,
    JICHIRO,
    Japan
  • Hannelore Reiner,
    Ver.di,
    Germany
  • Candice Owley,
    AFT,
    USA
  • Mirna Mneimneh,
    SRLTT,
    Lebanon
  • John Leirvaag,
    NTL,
    Norway
  • Lisa Bengtsson,
    Kommunal,
    Sweden

I want to discuss ways to organise better, to get more members so we can become stronger unions.

To make better societies and create better working life for our members.

Lisa Bengtsson,
Kommunal,
Sweden