Kenya

Affiliates in this country

Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU (K))

Solidarity Building, Digo Road
P.O. Box 13000 - 00200
Nairobi Kenya
Tel : +254-20-6761375
Fax : +254-20-6762695
E-mail : info@cotu-kenya.org; cotukenya@yahoo.com

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25/10/2018

STUDY on AFRICA LABOUR MIGRATION TO THE GCC STATES: THE CASE OF GHANA, KENYA, NIGERIA AND UGANDA

PREFACE: Migration is part and parcel of human existence. It is a historical human phenomenon and will continue to be part of human practice across societies, ages and cultures. It cannot be stopped, but certainly can be better managed to contribute to and accelerate development. African trade (...)
Keywords : Activities; Books; Technical document; Human and trade union rights; Nigeria; Uganda; Reports ; Ghana; Kenya; Migration;
23/02/2017

KENYA: Close to three months doctors’ strike

COTU (K) letter on Doctors’ strike in PDF — Solidarity letter from ITUC-Africa in PDF — Solidarity letter from COSATU in PDF
Keywords : Kenya;
08/04/2015

Solidarity message on the Garissa University College Attack

It is with deep outrage that we heard the news about the bloody attack that hit the University of Garissa in Kenya on 02 April, leading to the killing of 148 people, mostly students and injury of many others. These brutal and senseless acts relate to barbarism of another (...)
Keywords : Solidarity Letters; Kenya;
13/10/2012

Letter to Kenyan Chief Justice on the Conviction of COTU Secretary General Bro. Francis Atwoli

The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC Africa) would like to express its shock and dismay at the news regarding the conviction of one of the most committed and distinguished trade unionists in Africa, Brother Francis (...)
Keywords : Human and trade union rights; Protest letters ; Kenya;
16/08/2011

Kenya/Somalia Humanitarian Appeal

Joint humanitarian appeal made by COTU (Kenya) and FESTU (Somalia)
Keywords : Structural Transformation For Africa’s Development; Kenya;

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25/10/2018

STUDY on AFRICA LABOUR MIGRATION TO THE GCC STATES: THE CASE OF GHANA, KENYA, NIGERIA AND UGANDA

PREFACE: Migration is part and parcel of human existence. It is a historical human phenomenon and will continue to be part of human practice across societies, ages and cultures. It cannot be stopped, but certainly can be better managed to contribute to and accelerate development. African trade (...)
Keywords : Activities Books Technical document Human and trade union rights Nigeria Uganda Reports Ghana Kenya Migration
23/02/2017

KENYA: Close to three months doctors’ strike

COTU (K) letter on Doctors’ strike in PDF — Solidarity letter from ITUC-Africa in PDF — Solidarity letter from COSATU in PDF
Keywords : Kenya
08/04/2015

Solidarity message on the Garissa University College Attack

It is with deep outrage that we heard the news about the bloody attack that hit the University of Garissa in Kenya on 02 April, leading to the killing of 148 people, mostly students and injury of many others. These brutal and senseless acts relate to barbarism of another (...)
Keywords : Solidarity Letters Kenya
13/10/2012

Letter to Kenyan Chief Justice on the Conviction of COTU Secretary General Bro. Francis Atwoli

The African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC Africa) would like to express its shock and dismay at the news regarding the conviction of one of the most committed and distinguished trade unionists in Africa, Brother Francis (...)
Keywords : Human and trade union rights Protest letters Kenya
16/08/2011

Kenya/Somalia Humanitarian Appeal

Joint humanitarian appeal made by COTU (Kenya) and FESTU (Somalia)
Keywords : Structural Transformation For Africa’s Development Kenya

ITUC AFRICA

I write on behalf of the African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa www.ituc-africa.org) representing over 17 million workers in 52 African countries to protest the arrest and detention of trade union leaders of the Sierra Leone Labour Congress (...)