Tuesday, 21 September 2021

Highlights

The ITUC-Asia Pacific strongly condemns the objection by the Myanmar military junta to the participation of the Confederation of Trade Unions Myanmar (CTUM) and the nomination of Maung Maung, CTUM President, as the representative to the 14th Associat...

16 September 2021

The ITUC-Asia Pacific demands the immediate release of Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) President Yang Kyeung-soo who was arrested this morning, 2 September 2021. The arrest took place in a raid of the KCTU headquarters 20 days after a war...

2 September 2021

The International Trade Union Confederation – Asia Pacific (ITUC-Asia Pacific), together with the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), International Transport Workers Federation, UNI Global Union, Public Services International, Internati...

2 September 2021

The ITUC-Asia Pacific is deeply concerned about the safety and wellbeing of the people of Afghanistan after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban forces. Tragic and appalling stories of chaos, killings, and violence since the Taliban's seizure of Afgha...

19 August 2021

The struggle for democracy in Myanmar continues with the call for the recognition of the legitimacy of the National Unity Government (NUG) of the Republic Union of Myanmar at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on 14-30 September 2021...

19 August 2021

The 2021 Public Collective Bargaining Agreement Framework Protocol negotiations have concluded in Turkey on 12 August 2021. The negotiations concern more than 700 thousand public workers, including those who have been transferred from subcontractors ...

16 August 2021

On 9 August 2021, central trade unions in India organised a nationwide protest against the anti-worker, anti-people, and anti-nation policies of the Modi government. The protest march, dubbed as ‘Save India Day’, also marked the anniversary of...

13 August 2021

Respondents from Asia-Pacific are more likely to believe that workers’ rights are now more important than before, compared to respondents from other regions. This is one of the key findings of the ITUC Frontline Poll June 2021 that assesses the ...

29 July 2021

The ITUC-Asia Pacific is gravely concerned by the raging fire that burned down the factory of Hashem Food and Beverage in Rupganj area in Naranyanganj in Bangladesh, claiming the lives of at least 52 workers and causing injuries to more than 30 other...

14 July 2021

The Asia-Pacific region remains the second worst region in the world for workers’ rights according to the 2021 edition of ITUC’s annual Global Rights Index. While Asia-Pacific retains its ranking since 2014, its rating increased from 4.09 to 4.17...

1 July 2021
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