The ITUC has strongly criticised the negative attitude the International Monetary Fund has taken towards the agreement reached on 24 February between Eurozone finance ministers and the Greek government for a four-month extension of the current European crisis loan to Greece.
Greece-EU Accord: IMF should not play politics with European recovery, says ITUC
Right to Strike Re-affirmed at ILOA breakthrough has been made at the International Labour Organization following two years during which employers at the International Labour Organization brought the UN body’s global supervisory system to a standstill, in an attempt to eliminate decades of ILO jurisprudence supporting the right to strike.
Count Us In! - ITUC Statement on International Women’s Day 2015In 2015, we celebrate International Women’s Day as women around the world gather to march for women’s social and economic autonomy.
Global Right to Strike Action Sends Clear MessageThe 18 February global day of action to support the right to strike has proven to be a huge success, with more than 100 activities around the world reported to the ITUC.
Thousands of migrant workers at risk of expulsion in the Dominican RepublicThe International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and the Trade Union Confederation of the Americas (TUCA) have condemned the serious attack on human rights in the Dominican Republic, affecting thousands of Haitian migrants and Dominicans of Haitian descent and their families.
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