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Finacial Crisis

Finacial Crisis

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A new ITUC report has been released to mark the World Day for Decent Work:
"The Path to Recovery, How employment is central to ending the global crisis"
It describes how in response to the global economic crisis, the worst since the
Great D...epression with tens of millions of jobs disappearing, the economy must be built
on social justice and environmental sustainability, respect for internationally-recognised
workers’ rights, effective financial regulation and global governance which puts people first.
A new ITUC report has been released to mark the World Day for Decent Work:
"The Path to Recovery, How employment is central to ending the global crisis"
It describes how in response to the global economic crisis, the worst since the
Great D...epression with tens of millions of jobs disappearing, the economy must be built
on social justice and environmental sustainability, respect for internationally-recognised
workers’ rights, effective financial regulation and global governance which puts people first.

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Published by: gkaratsioubanis on Oct 12, 2009
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Jobs - the Path toRecovery
How employment is centralto ending the global crisis
 
The International Trade Union Conederation (ITUC) represents 170 million work-ers, 40 percent o whom are women, in 157 countries and territories and has 312national aliates.The ITUC is a conederation o national trade union centres, each o which linkstogether the trade unions o that particular country. Membership is open to alldemocratic, independent and representative national trade union centres.The ITUC’s primary mission is the promotion and deence o workers’ rights and in-terests, through international cooperation between trade unions, global campaigningand advocacy within the major global institutions. Its main areas o activity includetrade union and human rights, the economy, society and the workplace, equality andnon-discrimination as well as international solidarity. The ITUC adheres to the princi-ples o trade union democracy and independence, as set out in its Constitution._ITUC5 Boulevard du Roi Albert II, Bte 11210 BrusselsBelgiumPhone: +32 (0)2 224 0211Fax: +32 (0)2 201 5815E-mail: mailto:ino@ituc-csi.orgwww.ituc-csi.org
Front page photo:The crisis stopped almost everything in Ukraine during the beginning o 2009. Most o the work-ers were sent home without salaries and many who could keep working, such as the bricklayers onthe cement actory Doncement in eastern Ukraine, have been orced to accept at least a 50 percentdecrease in pay.© Photo: Anders Lindh or Byggnads (the Swedish Building Workers´ Union), Sweden.
 
Jobs - thePath toRecovery
How employment iscentral to ending theglobal crisis

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