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Public Services International is a global trade union federation representing 20 million working women and men who deliver vital public services in 150 countries. PSI champions human rights, advocates for social justice and promotes universal access to quality public services. PSI works with the United Nations system and in partnership with labour, civil society and other organisations.

Public Services International is a global trade union federation representing 20 million working women and men who deliver vital public services in 150 countries. PSI champions human rights, advocates for social justice and promotes universal access to quality public services. PSI works with the United Nations system and in partnership with labour, civil society and other organisations.

Public Services International is a global trade union federation representing 20 million working women and men who deliver vital public services in 150 countries. PSI champions human rights, advocates for social justice and promotes universal access to quality public services. PSI works with the United Nations system and in partnership with labour, civil society and other organisations.

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For all media questions, please contact Marcelo:

Marcelo Netto

PSI HEAD OF COMMUNICATION

+33 450 40 11 68
marcelo.netto(at)world-psi.org

+33 450 40 11 68
marcelo.netto(at)world-psi.org

To obtain more information about Public Services International, visit our website: http://www.world-psi.org

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