Tuesday December 12, 2017
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BY World Federation of Trade Unions | United States | 6/24/17
The United Nations Security Council on June 21st welcomed the deployment by the so-called Group of Five (G5) – Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger – of a joint force to tackle the threat of terrorism, as well as the serious challenges posed by transnational organized crime in Africa’s restive Sahel region.
BY World Federation of Trade Unions | United States | 6/07/17
The World Federation of Trade Unions strongly condemns the death of more than 40 refugees, 20 of them children, crossing the desert of northern Niger to Libya and probably to Europe.
BY staff | Palestine | 5/12/17
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following May 11 statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU).
BY staff | United States | 1/16/17
200 workers from “Hallmark” garment factory were striking during last week, demanding their unpaid wages.
BY World Federation of Trade Unions | Turkey | 8/05/16
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU).
BY World Federation of Trade Unions | France | 5/27/16
Fight Back News is circulating the following May 23 statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions.
BY staff | Athens, Greece | 12/04/15
On Dec. 1 a delegation of trade unionists from the U.S. met for several hours with George Mavrikos, the General Secretary of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU).
BY World Federation of Trade Unions | Athens, Greece | 4/22/15
The World Federation of Trade Unions representing 90 million workers in 126 countries of the world expresses its grief and frustration for the tragedy that took place in the Mediterranean resulting to the death of hundreds of immigrants and refugees on April 19th, 2015.
BY staff | Athens, Greece | 4/21/11
Fight Back! interviewed Cherrene Horazuk, a U.S. delegate to the 16th Congress of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) held April 7- 10 in Athens, Greece. Horazuk is prominent Minneapolis trade unionist and a spokesperson for the Minnesota Committee to Stop FBI Repression.
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