Framework for Action
Big business, big finance and their political allies have intensified their campaign to undermine and resist efforts by unions to defend and expand fundamental workers’ rights.
The global model of capitalism is driving inequality, creating social unrest and undermining the very basis of democracy.
Decent work deficits exist in varying degrees in most nations throughout global supply chains and for the majority of women and migrants.
Workers’ rights are non-negotiable, and unions everywhere should commit to a national and a global struggle to build a just world.download
- The "Rights’ Caravan"
- La festa non si vende - The Day Off is not for sale
- Small Fishes
- South Asia Region: Afghanistan- Bangladesh-India-Nepal-Sri Lanka. Joining efforts for Child Rights
- Together with fishermen from El Salvador to fight the exploitation of Coyotes
- Albania: BSPSH protest against Government agreement with the International Monetary Fund
- Qatar: 2014 Brazil World Cup Wall Chart
- HIV and AIDS and the World of Work: a prevention & social protection perspective
- Brochure: VCT@WORK
- MISA (Motor Industry Staff Association) is a trade union organising in the retail motor sector in South Africa