ITUC


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ITUCInternational Trade Union Confederation
ITUCInformation Technology United Corporation
ITUCIntegrated Territorial and Urban Conservation (workshop)
ITUCIndonesian Trade Union Confederation (Indonesia)
ITUCIndian Trade Union Congress
ITUCInformation Technology User's Council
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ITUC report expressed alarm over the 10 trade unionists in the country who the group said were 'assassinated' last year.
The DOLE chief dared the ITUC to name just one of the alleged 43 trade unionists killed and cite where or when he or she was killed.
ITUC general secretary Sharan Burrow said unions were leading the way in eradicating violence against women at work.
"Previously, management had tried to break the strike by pouring 13 tons of liquid manure on the sit-in area," the ITUC recalled.
Bulgarian Trade Union Federation and the ITUC believe that a solution to the
After visiting labor camps near the Qatari capital of Doha and drawing on data from the Indian and Nepalese embassies, the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has issued the searing report chronicling the labor and human rights abuses unfolding in the host country of the World Cup.
Labour organisations have also criticised Qatar's Kafala visa sponsorship system, with the International Trade Union Federation (ITUC) general secretary Sharan Burrow stating that under local laws employers have "near total control" over workers, including whether they can change jobs or leave the country.
The damning dossier of poor working conditions and potential abuses was compiled by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and published by the Guardian.
Sharan Burrow, general secretary for the ITUC and a former president of the ACTU, said unemployment and inequality was poisoning the world's economies and societies.
The complaint was lodged by 12 members of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), following the dismissals of 4,600 people connected to unrest in early 2011.
The ITUC Frontlines 2012 report gives an over view of global economic conditions and a snapshot of six countries including Bulgaria, Dominican Republic, Greece, Indonesia, Nepal, Zambia where growth, jobs and workers' rights are in sharp decline.