Ethiopia

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Confederation of Ethiopian Trade Unions (CETU)

P.O. Box 3653 Adis Ababa Ethiopie
Tel: +251-11-55437
Fax: +251-11-5514532/251-11-5514532/5515906
E-mail: cetu@ethionet.et
follokassahun@yahoo.com
tsehaytasew@yahoo.com

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05/12/2019

CALL FOR ACTION TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES GROUP WORKERS TO UNIONIZE FREELY

Dear Prime Minister, ITUC-Africa (The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation) calls on you to take action to protect and safeguard the rights of Ethiopian Airline Group workers to freely organize and secure a voice of representation. We are disturbed by (...)
Keywords : Human and trade union rights; Ethiopia; Protest letters ; Extending Social Protection ; Youth Work - Organising And Workers Empowerment;
12/07/2018

Ethiopia, Eritrea sign ’joint declaration of peace and friendship’ in Asmara

Conscious that the peoples of Ethiopia and Eritrea share close bonds of geography, history, culture, language and religion as well as fundamental common interests; Recognizing that over the past decades, they were denied the opportunity to build a bright future for their peoples on the basis (...)
9th July 2018 Asmara, ERITREA Keywords : Declarations; Human and trade union rights; Eritrea; Ethiopia;
01/07/2018

Press Statement: Move to finally resolve the “no war no peace” situation between Ethiopia and Eritrea: African workers’ commendation and call for genuine and determinate process and outcome

The African Regional Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation - ITUC-Africa welcomes with excitement the historic visit of an Eritrean high delegation to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 26 June 2018 on the official invitation of the government of Ethiopia. ITUC-Africa also commends (...)
June 29, 2018 Lomé, TOGO Keywords : Declarations; Eritrea; Ethiopia; Peace And Security;

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05/12/2019

CALL FOR ACTION TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES GROUP WORKERS TO UNIONIZE FREELY

Dear Prime Minister, ITUC-Africa (The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation) calls on you to take action to protect and safeguard the rights of Ethiopian Airline Group workers to freely organize and secure a voice of representation. We are disturbed by (...)
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Ethiopia Protest letters Extending Social Protection Youth Work - Organising And Workers Empowerment
12/07/2018

Ethiopia, Eritrea sign ’joint declaration of peace and friendship’ in Asmara

Conscious that the peoples of Ethiopia and Eritrea share close bonds of geography, history, culture, language and religion as well as fundamental common interests; Recognizing that over the past decades, they were denied the opportunity to build a bright future for their peoples on the basis (...)
9th July 2018 Asmara, ERITREA
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Eritrea Ethiopia
01/07/2018

Press Statement: Move to finally resolve the “no war no peace” situation between Ethiopia and Eritrea: African workers’ commendation and call for genuine and determinate process and outcome

The African Regional Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation - ITUC-Africa welcomes with excitement the historic visit of an Eritrean high delegation to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 26 June 2018 on the official invitation of the government of Ethiopia. ITUC-Africa also commends (...)
June 29, 2018 Lomé, TOGO
Keywords : Declarations Eritrea Ethiopia Peace And Security
24/08/2012

Condolence and solidarity on the passing away of Meles Zenawi

The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa) on behalf of all its members extends its solidarity to the Confederation of Ethiopian Trade Unions (CETU) on the sad news of the death of the Prime Minister, Meles (...)
Keywords : Ethiopia Solidarity Letters

ITUC AFRICA

Climate change impacts on the African continent are visibly disturbing, as it begins to manifest one crisis after another. The Africa we want is crying for policy and climatic space to transform its economies, livelihoods and societies for the benefit of current and future generations. The (...)