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International Human Rights Day [regarding human rights abuses against trade unionists]

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Published on: 10 December 2001

The most dangerous country of all for trade unionists however is Colombia...Elsewhere in the world, trade unionists are also facing death or imprisonment and harassment, notably in Guatemala, where death threats are on the increase, South Korea, where strikers are systematically imprisoned, Indonesia, where union activity is regularly repressed, or China, where those who try to collectively organise are sent to psychiatric hospitals or forced labour camps and Zimbabwe where intimidation is mounting in an increasingly tense situation.

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