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21/09/2018

ITUC-Africa statement on the brazen attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters

Dear Mr. Prime Minister, Protest against the brazen attack of the eSwatini Royal Police against peaceful protesters The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa (www.ituc-africa.org) writes to express its concern about the recent police attack (...)
20 September 2018 Lomé, TOGO
Keywords : Swaziland Democracy Human and trade union rights Protest letters Swaziland
13/11/2017

Murder of a trade unionist in Kogi State on 1 November — Letter from ICTUR.

The International Centre for Trade Union Rights is writing to express its concerns about the murder of a trade unionist in Kogi State on 1 November.
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Protest letters Nigeria
03/03/2017

Appeal to the African Union for the protection of civil liberties in “English-speaking” Cameroon territory

We have noted with concern the deteriorating human rights situation of the people and residents of Southern Cameroon for a while now. A number of persons described and declared as “enemies of the Republic” have been arrested and detained without trial. Many more who have felt threatened because (...)
Keywords : Cameroon Declarations Human and trade union rights Protest letters
06/12/2016

“Hands-off Somali Trade Unions” says International Trade Union Community

The Global trade union movement has leapt to the defense of Somalia’s independent trade union movement, by telling Somali government and anti-trade union forces in Somalia to keep their “hands-off Somali trade unions”. Meeting in Vienna, Austria, at the annual General Council meeting of the (...)
2016 December 2 Somalia
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Protest letters Somalia

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ITUC AFRICA

We again affirm that migration is a natural, postive and never ending humain phenomenon. Migration is not a crisis, it is the management and governance of it that have serious, but surmountable challenges. The benefits of migration for development and humanity are real and endless. Everyone can (...)