Saturday, 24 April 2021

Highlights

 Join Zoom Meeting https://ituc-csi-org.zoom.us/j/99982364401?pwd=K0lnLzdRL0xudDBEeUZXNzI5WjlWdz09 Meeting ID: 999 8236 4401Passcode: 207516 Exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, the ITUC Global Rights Index 2020 names ...

5 August 2020

 Rong Chhun, President of Cambodian Confederation of Unions (CCU) was taken away by police from his home in late evening of 31 July for allegedly inciting to commit felony. His arrest took place against the background of his recent trade unio...

4 August 2020

Shoya Yoshida, ITUC-AP General Secretary, shared his thought about peace in particular with the young. He found similar words in the 1951 Novel lecture of Mr. Léon Jouhaux, a French and international trade union leader, to what he had heard f...

2 August 2020

“After the pandemic: Visions for new economic and social systems" The unprecedented global health and economic crisis demonstrates failures of our economic, social and political system, in particular, deficits of decent work with social jus...

22 July 2020

In solidarity with Indonesian workers, the ITUC and the ITUC-AP express its serious concerns to President Joko Widodo of Indonesia about the draft bill of an Omnibus Law on Job Creation. In its letter, the ITUC and the ITUC-AP highlight that t...

20 July 2020

The Philippines government is on the verge of enacting Anti-Terror Bills after the House of Representative and the Senate recently passed the House Bill 6875 and Senate Bill 1083 to replace the Human Security Act of 2007.In its joint letter to Pre...

15 June 2020

The COVID-19 outbreak has had a significant and growing impact on domestic and international supply chains in the Asian and Pacific region. The outbreak has led to a sharp economic slowdown, decline on export due to factories being temporarily clo...

29 May 2020

Today, the ITUC-AP published its statement extending its sincere condolence to the families of the victims that have lost their lives by industrial accident at a construction site in Icheon, Korea, on 29 April 2020, killing 38 workers and having i...

8 May 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had catastrophic impacts on the world of work. An unprecedented jobs crisis calls for government’s unprecedented responses. This report will briefly assess in what way and to what extent the COVID-19 pandemic has impa...

4 May 2020

COVID-19 could damage the global economy by directly affecting production. However, workers, especially those in unstable employment are the worst affected group in society. Once economic activity has been suspended or has decreased to a certain l...

21 April 2020
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