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27/10/2017

PRESS RELEASE OF THE RSMMS DELEGATION IN MISSION TO AGADEZ

The steering committee of the Trade Union Network on Mediterranean Sub-Saharan Migration (RSMMS), decided in July 2017 in Tunis, as part of its program for the period 2017-2020, to send a delegation to meet migrants in their journey to find a job. The delegation was accompanied by the (...)
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05/09/2017

SOMALIA -NUSOJ - IFJ: Statement of the International Federation of Journalists

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), the gobal body of Journalists representing more that 600,000 members in 141 countries, hereby confirms that the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) is a bone fied full member of the (...)
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Somalia Communique
29/08/2017

Communiqué of the 37th Summit SADC of Heads of State and Government

The 37th Ordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held at OR Tambo Building, Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) in Pretoria, in the Republic of South Africa on 19th and 20th August (...)
19th - 20th August 2017 OR Tambo Building, Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) Pretoria, South Africa
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Communique
10/08/2017

SWAZILAND: STAWU Signs a Pay-rise Agreement with Nagins Transport

Following a collective bargaining process between Nagins Transport (Pty) Ltd and STAWU, a 12 months collective bargaining agreement [CBA] has been signed by the Parties on about July 28th 2017. Among the material terms of the agreement is eight [8] percent pay-rise across the board in respect (...)
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2018
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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. (...)