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Tunisia: Garment workers strike over ongoing labour dispute following dismissal of union leaders at Gartex factory
An article published by Industriall exposed the ongoing strike of workers at Gartex garment factory workers in Tunisia. Gartex, a subsidary of german company Gardeur, owned by Dutch company Duijndam has failed to pay wages for workers amid the COVID...
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No. Africa: Govt. support for informal economy alongside businesses must be sustained beyond Covid-19
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Author: FTDES, Union General Tunisienne des Travailleurs et autres associations
''LES MESURES DU GOUVERNEMENT SONT ENCOURAGEANTES MAIS IL FAUT DES DECISIONS PLUS FORTES POUR PROTÉGER LES MIGRANTS.ES ET LES RÉFUGIÉS.ÉES CONTRE LE COVID-19''...
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Factory women workers in Lebanon and Tunisia at the frontline against the spread of coronavirus, divert usual garment and equipment production
In Lebanon and Tunisia, several reports pointed at the role played by women workers in light of the sanitary crisis ....