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End of the 4th Ordinary Congress --- Mody GUIRO reelected as President, Martha MOLEMA elected as Deputy President, Kwasi ADU-AMANKWAH as General Secretary, Eric MANZI as 1st Deputy General Secretary and Joel ODIGIE as 2nd Deputy General Secretary.

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16/07/2019

ITUC-AFRICA CONDOLENCE AND SOLIDARITY MESSAGE FOLLOWING THE RECENT CAR BOMB ATTACK FOLLOWED BY GUNFIRE IN SOMALIA

The African Regional Organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation condemns in the strongest terms the terrorist attack in Somalia. It is with shock and dismay that we heard the news about the car bomb attack followed by gunfire who occurred on Friday July 12th at the As-Asey (...)
27/06/2019

ITUC-Africa Commemoration of Global Day of Action

On the 26th of June, the staff of ITUC-AFRICA came together to commemorate the Global Day of Workplace Action on Climate Change. The theme for this year’s Global Day of Workplace Action is ‘Climate Proof our Work’ #cPOW and this activity dubbed ‘Climate Dialogue’ was the first of its kind. (...)
22/06/2019

Adoption of a New international labour standard to combat violence, harassment at work

A new Convention and accompanying Recommendation to combat violence and harassment in the world of work have been adopted by the International Labour Conference (ILC).
07/06/2019

NLC / Press Statement: Re-open AIT and Haypower NOW

We are disturbed by the sudden suspension of the broadcast licences of the DAAR Communications broadcast services, African lndependent Television fAITJ and Raypower radio .
07/06/2019

ITUC-AFRICA MESSAGE FOLLOWING THE RECENT MILITARY ATTACK IN SUDAN

The African Regional Organisation of the International Trades Union Confederation (www.itucafrica. org) is very concerned about the ongoing situation in the Sudan.

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7th New Year School : In order to stop illicit financial flows for a structural transformation of Africa, trade unionists roll up their sleeves.

Around US $ 50 billion is lost by Africa every year through illicit financial flows, which, according to Global Financial Integrity (GFI) estimates, are growing at an astounding rate of 20.2 percent annually. A phenomenon that is in the agenda (...)
2017 Jan 30 - Feb 03 / New Year School Lome - TOGO
2019 Dec 03

African Trade Union Demands COP 25

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 (...)
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