Western monopoly in ilo worker group must end. Afro-Asians have bigger stake

It’s been almost a century now since the inception of International Labour Organisation. The idea behind its formation was noble: social protection, improving peace among classes and pursuing justice and work opportunities for all. Its founders and core members exchanged knowledge, experiences, and ideas on social policy. The ideology was one of consensus, not confrontation.… Read More

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UN should wake up to the threat of NGOs which abuse their power

The recent dissolution of ITUC-affiliated trade union centers in Kazakhstan by the authorities has once again highlighted the questionable practices by union bodies. National Healthcare Workers’ Union and National Domestic Workers’ Union have been accused of breaching the terms and conditions for submitting documents for re-registration. It is mandatory for all trade unions in Kazakhstan… Read More

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‘Rich’ ITUC needs to do more for unskilled laborers, reports ANI. Report of Sharan Burrow’s ITUC in Nepal & India

Indian trade union bodies and leaders have once again called on the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) to pay more attention to improving the conditions of workers and unskilled labourers. Highlighting this need, the vice president of the Asia-Pacific unit of ITUC, G. Sanjeeva Reddy, recently maintained that ITUC could certainly take more initiatives to… Read More

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