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13/10/2017

Public-Private Partnerships in Malawi - Interview with Alex Nkosi

Alex Nkosi is the author of a recent case study on the use of Official Development Aid (ODA) to promote Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Malawi. The study highlights issues with how PPPs operate in practice that can seriously undermine the original development aims of the investments. It (...)
Keywords : ATUDN Malawi
12/10/2017

Caroline Khamati Mugalla (EATUC— ATUDN Steering Committee) on how working people are affected by illicit financial flows

Caroline Khamati Mugalla (East African Trade Union Confederation - EATUC) talks to RadioLabour about how public budgets are stunted by this illegal form of wealth extraction, which means that governments in developing countries are unable to mobilise resources for public service provision. Ms. (...)
Keywords : ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS - “STOP THE BLEEDING” Human and trade union rights ATUDN
03/10/2017

ZIMBABWE CSOs discuss progress on SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Civil society organisations of Zimbabwe and government representatives got together on 8 September 2017 to discuss national progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Following Zimbabwe’s Voluntary National Review (VNR) on the SDGs at this year’s High Level Political Forum (HLPF), (...)
8 September 2017 Harrare, Zimbabwe
Keywords : Zimbabwe Newsletters ATUDN
31/08/2017

SDG PAMPHLET

Keywords : Newsletters ATUDN
31/08/2017

COUNTRY PROFILE -ZIMBABWE: A TRADE UNION FOCUS ON THE SDGs

Out of the trade union priority SDGs, the government of Zimbabwe has prioritised implementation of SDGs 5 (gender equality), 8 (decent work and economic growth) and 13 (climate action). Trade unions stress the need to also prioritise SDGs 1 (eradicating poverty), 10 (reduced inequalities) and (...)
Keywords : Zimbabwe Technical document ATUDN

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2018
Jan 16

2018 Survey Questionnaire on TRADE UNION RIGHTS VIOLATION

The ITUC has been exposing violations of trade union rights for more than 30 years. We publish this information on the website of the ITUC Survey and use it to develop the ITUC Global Rights Index which rates 140 countries on a scale from 1-5 based on the degree of respect for workers’ rights. (...)