Fiji: Striking sugar union workers allegedly intimidated by managers, police & military
Radio New Zealand International, 7 Aug 2013
Fiji: NGO criticises draft constitution over alleged restrictions of trade union rights
Jet (Fiji), 2 Apr 2013
Joint statement concerning workers’ rights in Fiji
Fairtrade Intl., Intl. Union of Food Workers (IUF), Intl. Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Trades Union Congress (TUC), 24 Sep 2012
New decree bans Fiji workers’ basic rights to collective bargaining and representation
Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), 7 Nov 2011
Fiji: Qantas & Air Pacific linked to drafting of decree that labour groups say "effectively outlaws unions" – includes company responses
compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Oct 2011
Amnesty Intl. calls on the Fiji Govt. to repeal decree that virtually outlaws trade union activities
Amnesty Intl., 16 Sep 2011
Fiji Govt. claims measures will ensure the development, viability & sustainability of important industries
Tamara McLean, APP, 9 Aug 2011
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Author: Radio New Zealand International
A Fiji union says sugar workers will strike if the Fiji Sugar Corporation does not respond to demands to negotiate on pay...Its leader...says many workers were intimidated by managers, the military and police, and threatened they would lose their jobs...
Author: Jet [Fiji]
The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre has denounced the Bill of Rights in the Bainimarama Government Draft Constitution as regressive and falling short of international norms on human rights protections...“The Draft Constitution restricts civil and political...
Author: Fairtrade Intl., Intl. Union of Food Workers (IUF), Intl. Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Trades Union Congress (TUC)
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Author: Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
The rights of Fijian workers have deteriorated further following the start of a draconian decree that effectively bans collective bargaining. ACTU President Ged Kearney said...“Australian unions are increasingly concerned at what appears to be a...
Author: Amnesty Intl.
Amnesty International is calling on the government of Fiji to repeal a decree that drastically restricts workers’ rights by virtually outlawing trade union activities. The “Essential National Industries (Employment) Decree” was enacted on 9 September...