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The most recent documents available on this subject are:Make Burma end forced labour before dropping sanctions, says TUC
The TUC is calling on the UK Government to ensure that no significant EU sanctions against Burma are lifted until forced labour and other serious human rights abuses have been addressed.
Korean, UK and global unions yesterday delivered a letter calling on Standard Chartered UK to resolve the month-long strike at its Korean subsidiary - the longest in the history of the Korean banking industry.
Three more trade unions have successfully submitted proposals to win funding, advice and training from the TUC's International Development Learning Fund (IDLF). The ALT, TSSA and the GMB's London and South East Region are now beginning projects that...
The aim of the Fund is to build TUC affiliated trade union capacity to work on international development: to raise development awareness amongst their membership and/or to work in partnership with developing country trade unions, with the ultimate go...
Trade unionists stress need for economic and social justice in Asia.
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