Nigeria

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Trade Union Congress of Nigeria

National Headquarters,
(Express House)
338, Ikorodu Road, Idiroko B/stop
Maryland, Lagos 23401
Nigeria
 
Abuja Liaison Office:
11, Moses Majekodunmi Street
Beside Golden Astoria Hotel
Near Edo Line Park, Utako
Abuja - Nigeria
 
Email:
sescan2000@yahoo.com
admin@tucng.org
 
Tel:
+234-1-7369896
+2347091042259
+2348068016427
+2348033743535
+2347065176686

Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)

Nigeria Labour Congress Headquarters
Plot 829/821, Labour House,
Central Business District,
Abuja - Nigeria.
Telephone:
+ 234-9-6276042, Fax: +234-9-6274342
 
LAGOS OFFICE:
29, Olajuwon Street, off Ojulegba Road.
P.O. Box 620, Yaba, Lagos - Nigeria.
Telephone:
234-1-7743988, +234-1-5840288
Fax: 234-1-5840288
 
Email:info@nlcng.org

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31/05/2018

Trade Unions Begin a Journey Towards Defining and Developing A Just Transition Policy Framework For Africa

As part of a series of initiatives jointly implemented by ITUC-Africa and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), the Africa climate change activists are now embarking on a process of conceptualizing, defining and developing a Just Transition policy framework for (...)
22 to 24th may 2018 Lagos - Nigeria Keywords : Activities; Nigeria;
31/05/2018

African trade unions are committed to contribute to the United Nations Global Compact on migration

The UN Global Compact for safe, orderly and regular migration is an opportunity for trade unions to rethink their migration policies. These policies should not focus only on the recognition of human mobility, but also its contribution to sustainable (...)
10 to 12 avril 2018 Golden Tulip Hôtel, Lagos - Nigeria Keywords : Activities; Nigeria;
16/01/2018

TEXT OF PRESS CONFERENCE ADDRESSED BY THE PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS, COMRADE AYUBA WABBA mni ON THE IMPENDING MASS SACK OF WORKERS BY KADUNA STATE GOVERNMENT

Mass sack of workers in Kaduna State The Nigeria Labour Congress and its affiliates on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 led a protest against the obnoxious plan of the Kaduna State Government to sack workers en masse.
8 Novembre 2017 Abuja, NIGERIA Keywords : Human and trade union rights; Nigeria; Communique;
15/01/2018

Free movement of goods and people and migration, common concerns of ITUC-AFRICA, OTUWA and ECOWAS

Free movement and integration is one of the opportunities for promoting development in Africa. Intra-African migration particularly that of workers and social protection, constitute considerable means of achieving this ambition.
07 to 09 december 2017 Bolton White Hotel, Abuja - Nigeria Keywords : Activities; Nigeria;
13/11/2017

NLC STATEMENT: Mother of All Rallies in Kaduna

We have credible information that the Governor of Kaduna State has directed the Sole Administrators in the 21 local governments in the state to use the resources of the local governments to mobilise thugs to Kaduna metropolis to demonstrate in support of his obnoxious policy on the mass sack of (...)
Keywords : Declarations; Human and trade union rights; Nigeria;

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31/05/2018

Trade Unions Begin a Journey Towards Defining and Developing A Just Transition Policy Framework For Africa

As part of a series of initiatives jointly implemented by ITUC-Africa and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), the Africa climate change activists are now embarking on a process of conceptualizing, defining and developing a Just Transition policy framework for (...)
22 to 24th may 2018 Lagos - Nigeria
Keywords : Activities Nigeria
31/05/2018

African trade unions are committed to contribute to the United Nations Global Compact on migration

The UN Global Compact for safe, orderly and regular migration is an opportunity for trade unions to rethink their migration policies. These policies should not focus only on the recognition of human mobility, but also its contribution to sustainable (...)
10 to 12 avril 2018 Golden Tulip Hôtel, Lagos - Nigeria
Keywords : Activities Nigeria
16/01/2018

TEXT OF PRESS CONFERENCE ADDRESSED BY THE PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS, COMRADE AYUBA WABBA mni ON THE IMPENDING MASS SACK OF WORKERS BY KADUNA STATE GOVERNMENT

Mass sack of workers in Kaduna State The Nigeria Labour Congress and its affiliates on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 led a protest against the obnoxious plan of the Kaduna State Government to sack workers en masse.
8 Novembre 2017 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Nigeria Communique
15/01/2018

Free movement of goods and people and migration, common concerns of ITUC-AFRICA, OTUWA and ECOWAS

Free movement and integration is one of the opportunities for promoting development in Africa. Intra-African migration particularly that of workers and social protection, constitute considerable means of achieving this ambition.
07 to 09 december 2017 Bolton White Hotel, Abuja - Nigeria
Keywords : Activities Nigeria
13/11/2017

NLC STATEMENT: Mother of All Rallies in Kaduna

We have credible information that the Governor of Kaduna State has directed the Sole Administrators in the 21 local governments in the state to use the resources of the local governments to mobilise thugs to Kaduna metropolis to demonstrate in support of his obnoxious policy on the mass sack of (...)
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Nigeria
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
31/08/2017

Consolidating the gains of the Africa Trade Union Development Network to improve the coordination and effectiveness of trade union development cooperation activities

The Africa Trade Union Development Network (ATUDN) steering committee organised in Abuja, Nigeria from the 20th to the 21st of June 2017, their annual meeting to evaluate, plan and coordinate the work of the network. This meeting was to help members take stock of the work done this far, plan (...)
20th - 21st June 2017 Abuja
Keywords : Nigeria
07/08/2017

NLC PRESS STATEMENT: FISH OUR THE PERPETRATORS

The massacre of worshippers at St Philip’s Catholic Church, Ozubulu, Anambra State, in an early morning raid by yet to be identified assailant(s), is shocking, bizarre and reprehensible.
7 August 2017 Abuja, NIGERIA
Keywords : Declarations Human and trade union rights Nigeria
11/05/2017

NLC- Press Statement: Stop Playing Politics with Chibok Girls

We would want to commend the government for securing the release of 82 additional Chibok girls from captivity. The government’s effort represents commitment to its promise and obedience to public pressure.
10 May 2017 Abuja - NIGERIA
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Nigeria
01/05/2017

NLC PRESIDENT 2017 MAY DAY ADDRESS: LABOUR RELATIONS IN ECONOMIC RECESSION: AN APPRAISAL

It is with a deep sense of humility and keen sense of duty and history that I stand before you today in commemoration of yet another May Day. Last year’s May Day, I and my colleagues stood before you to deliver an address on the theme: “The Working Class and the Quest for Socio-Economic Revival”. (...)
1 May 2017 Keywords : Declarations Nigeria

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