Decent Work Campaign: Decent Work for a Decent Life

Decent Work for Decent Life is a joint campaign led by the International Trade Union Confederation, the Global Progressive Forum, Social Alert and Solidar which aims to:

● Build awareness of Decent Work amongst citizens, decision makers and key institutions;
● Show that Decent Work is the only sustainable way out of poverty and is fundamental to build democracy and social cohesion;
● Place Decent Work at the core of development, economic, trade, financial and social policies at the national, European and International level.

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For more information you can look at the Decent Work Decent Life web site: where you also can sign the Call to Action (version without layout) or the Call to Action (version with layout)

see also:

- Global Campaign for Decent Work decent Life for Women (Powerpoint 6.8 MB)

- ITUC Policy Paper on the Paris Declaration

- Brochure World Day for Decent Work 2008

- ITUC Campaign Guide 2008

- Decent Work, Decent Life for Women poster (March 2008)

- Mini Action Guide Decent Work (December 2007)

- Key decision-makers commit to Call to Action for Decent Work, Decent Life

- Call to Action to collect citizens’ demands for Decent Work, Decent Life

- Decent Work for All: Trade Unions Welcome European Council Conclusions

- Making the Transition: How to Move Decent Work from Aspiration to
Attainment (Guy Ryder)

- WSF 2007: Unions out in Force to Demand Decent Work

- Workers’ Rights Groups Launch Campaign for Decent Work in Football in the Lead up to 2010 World Cup

- Decent Work Campaign Launched in Nairobi

- VIDEO Spotlight on Carlos, teamster in Lima

- World youth demands for G8 to make youth unemployment history

- Letter to Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee