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19 Apr 2021

Tunisia: Striking workers at oil giant Eni call for improved working conditions; co. responded

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At the end of March 2021, Tunisian news reported on strikes announced by the Tatouine Regional Labor Union. Staff at Italian oil giant Eni announced their strike to demand better labour rights, including the right to paid leave, the organisation of internal recruitment competitions and grade promotions.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Eni to respond to the news of worker strikes; their response can be read in full below.