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Feb 19 2019, 13:00    ITUC

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  • Refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi freed    ITUC The ITUC has welcomed the release of refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi from prison in Thailand and his return to his place of asylum, Australia. His release followed an unprecedented campaign led by sports players, their unions and the ITUC Australian affiliate ACTU, with governments, global …
  • Indian workers say the Modi government must go    ITUC - Documents
  • Boosting trade unions' development partnerships in Southern Africa    ITUC Twenty-five participants from twenty-one labour organisations discussed partnerships and development cooperation at the African Trade Union Development Network (ATUDN) Partnerships Meeting for Southern Africa that took place in Windhoek (Namibia) on 23-24 January. What trade union partnerships on …
  • #SaveHakeem: Bahrain must cease and desist extradition    ITUC Bahrain must stop its attempts to extradite refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi from Thailand, and the Thai government needs to release him in line with its own laws that forbid political extraditions. Hakeem was granted refugee status by Australia after he fled there in 2014 following his escape …
  • Trade unions want measures to ensure private sector compliance with SDGs    ITUC TUAC and ITUC/TUDCN participated in the OECD's annual week on Private Finance for Sustainable Development to discuss the role of private sector in development finance. On January 2019, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, notably the Directorate for Development Cooperation …
  • Solidarity: sign the petition to demand the release of Zimbabwe trade union leader Japhet Moyo    ITUC The shutdown of civil rights in Zimbabwe has seen the imprisonment of trade union leaders, including Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions' Secretary General Japhet Moyo. Show your solidarity and sign the petition for his release! - News selector
  • Trade unions win minimum wage increase in Nigeria    ITUC The ITUC has welcomed progress towards a minimum wage increase of sixty-six per cent in Nigeria. Trade unions won parliamentary support for the improvement amid last minute attempts to dilute the terms of the jointly agreed increase. “This is great news, and coming from Africa's most populous …