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3 July 2013

Informal Workers: Poor, Insecure, and Prevalent in the Tunisian Economy

Author: Salma Bouzid, Tunisia Live

A large number of Tunisians work illegally in the informal sector, where their lives are defined by instability, poverty, and risk...many of these workers lack knowledge of how to legitimize their work and gain access to public benefits...Informal...

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3 July 2013

Response by Latécoère: Aeronautic equipment manufacturer Latécoère is facing protests by workers accusing the company over health & safety problems, as well as other bad working conditions

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14 June 2013
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Author: Peuples Solidaires

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre a invité Latécoère à répondre. La réponse se trouve ci-dessous] L’équipementier aéronautique français Latécoère, qui fournit de grands noms de l’aviation comme Airbus ou Dassault, est l’un des leaders...

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4 June 2013

Response by Mondēlez International: Unions allege that Mondelēz is seriously abusing the rights of workers to organize in Egypt and Tunisia. Click here

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Article
31 May 2013

Mondelez abuses worker rights in Egypt, Tunisia: unions

Author: Agence France Presse

Global food giant Mondelez is seriously violating the right of workers to organise in Egypt and Tunisia, unions said Friday, lamenting that the company's actions were undermining hard-won advances during the Arab Spring uprisings. Mondelez, which...

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Story
30 May 2013

Egypt and Tunisia: Unions allege Mondelēz abusing right of workers to organize

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Article
7 May 2013

The quiet environmental disaster in Tunisia

Author: Alexander Göbel, Deutsche Welle

Tunisia is the fifth largest exporter of phosphate in the world. But though its byproducts are toxic, one factory in the coastal city of Gabes still channels 13,000 tons of the dangerous pollutant into the sea every day...[I]t is here where the...

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1 April 2013
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Author: Djamil Ahmat, Alwihda [France]

En 2011, on estime que les filiales étrangères de Sociétés Transnationales (STN) ont employé 69 millions de personnes qui ont créé 28 000 milliards de dollars de chiffre d’affaires et 7 000 milliards de dollars de valeur ajoutée, en hausse de près de 9...

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Article
30 March 2013

Women Unionists of the Arab Spring Battle Two Foes: Sexism and Neoliberalism

Author: Michelle Chen, In These Times

...[W]omen’s labor struggles in MENA are complicated by growing rifts between Islamist and liberal secular political forces that have engulfed the region since the outbreak of the Arab Spring...The privatization of government services [in Jordan], for...

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Article
25 March 2013

[DOC] Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights - What strategies for civil society? (Tunis, 28 Mar)

Author: Forum Tunisien pour les Droits Economiques et Sociaux, Forum Citoyen pour la Responsabilité Sociale des Entreprises, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, FIDH

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