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14 June 2002

Belarus government liquidates free trade unionism: And gets elected to ILO Governing body

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14 June 2002

Belarus government liquidates free trade unionism: And gets elected to ILO Governing body

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

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5 June 2002

ILO Workers' Group Denounces Anti-Union Repression World-Wide

Author: International Labour Organization

Belarus, Colombia, Ethiopia, Burma (Myanmar), Sudan and Venezuela were singled out today for anti-union repression by more than 500 workers' representatives from 175 countries attending this year's annual session of the International Labour...

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27 March 2002

Belarus Unions' Action Day For Labour Rights

Author: ICEM - International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions

Belarus unions will stage a Day of Action tomorrow (Thursday) to defend their basic labour rights.

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29 January 2002

Ten countries targeted for basic rights abuses by labour group

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Presenting its views at the EU Human Rights Contact Group in Brussels, the ICFTU, the world’s largest labour body, targeted ten countries for serious human and trade union rights violations [Burma, Belarus, Brazil, China, Colombia, Djibouti, Guatemala...

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20 November 2001

ILO Governing Body's 282nd session targets fundamental rights

Author: International Labour Organization

The International Labour Office (ILO) Governing Body ended its 282nd session with a renewed commitment to eradicating forced labour in Myanmar, a decision to set up a World Commission of 18 eminent persons to examine the social impact of globalization...

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20 November 2001

ILO Governing Body's 282nd session targets fundamental rights

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9 July 2001

Singled out for rights abuses

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9 July 2001

Singled out for rights abuses

Author: [email protected] [A monthly newsletter produced by the ILO Bureau for Workers’ Activities]

Belarus, Colombia, Ethiopia, Burma, and Venezuela were singled out by the Conference [June 2001 International Labour Conference] Committee on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations, for serious infringement of Convention 87 on freedom of...

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