Campaign guide for World Day for Decent Work 7 October 2009

This is a campaign guide to the World Day for Decent Work
(WDDW), produced by the International Trade Union Confederation.
The date for the WDDW is October 7. The first world day ever
took place on October 7 2008. Hundreds of thousands of people
demonstrated in the streets, from Vladivostok in Russia to Barbados
in the Caribbean. Hundreds of thousands more were reached by
the numerous seminars, debates, round tables and appeals that were
launched on the day itself and the days before and after. Trade unionists
all around the globe used their imagination to come up with
spectacular events in form of games, concerts, seminars, round table
discussions, cultural happenings and petitions, workplace meetings
and stop-work actions. This campaign guide is intended to serve several
purposes, depending on what your needs are: as a source of ideas
and suggestions and as a checklist to help you check that you have
not forgotten anything. Let’s make the World Day for Decent Work
2009 even bigger and more spectacular than last year!