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From Human Rights Watch Hundreds of migrant workers inÂ QatarÂ went on strike this week to protest what they say are poor working conditions, unpaid and delayed wages, and threats of reduced wages. Despite introducing some labour reforms over the past year, … Continue reading
Rights and dignity at the workplace are fundamental human rights. However, workersâ€™ rights continue to be violated every day – millions of people worldwide are facing exploitative working hours, poverty wages, humiliation and mistreatment at work. There are estimates that … Continue reading
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By Mathew Taylor in The Guardian, December 3rd The UKâ€™s biggest public sector union will not be neutered by the governmentâ€™s â€śdraconianâ€ť attack on workersâ€™ rights and predicts that the plans set out in proposed legislation will lead to more … Continue reading
The European Commission has published a number of textual proposals for TTIPÂ onlineÂ including the following, please let us know any comments: Technical Barriers to Trade (TBTs) in TTIP Customs and Trade Facilitation in TTIP SMEs in TTIP Competition in TTIP â€“ … Continue reading
TheÂ Campaign for Trade Union FreedomÂ are advertising for a Project Support Officer to join our team. This is a great opportunity to contribute and support the Campaign and supporters for lobby of changes on anti trade union law and organise mass … Continue reading
Campaign For Trade Union Freedom, Assistant Secretary Adrian Weir will be a guest speaker at the Annual Conference of the L.R.C. on November 8th in London. Adrian will speak on the TTIPÂ and CETA and the effects these trade deals will … Continue reading
From education to transport, from finance to health. The new Trade In Services Agreement (TISA) is posing serious threats to quality standards in various public sectors that affect the lives of citizens. This is what has emerged from the firstÂ Global … Continue reading