ITUC


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ITUC

abbr.
International Trade Union Confederation
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The ITUC was quick to claim credit for a Qatari announcement this week promising far reaching reforms.
Burrow was elected ITUC general secretary in 2010, the first woman to hold the position, and re-elected in 2014.
Last September, the ITUC chief had urged the Oman government to set up labour courts to settle worker-employer disputes exclusively.
The ITUC report and FIFA's potentially greater role came as pressure on Qatar, which is mounting with legal investigations into the integrity of its successful 2022 World Cup bid.
The ITUC said Van Praag and the Dutch FA had taken the toughest line on "Qatar's notorious system of worker exploitation.
The participants in the meeting of the PERC of the ITUC discussed the draft Recommendation of the International Labor Organization concerning the transitioning from the informal to the formal economy.
Bulgarian Trade Union Federation and the ITUC believe that a solution to the
While the legislation may spell out certain rights workers have effectively no access to these rights and are therefore exposed to autocratic regimes and unfair labor practices," ITUC explained.
According to ITUC investigators, "Grown men said they were treated like animals, living like horses in a stable.
The ITUC has claimed that 4,000 workers could die before a ball is kicked at the 2022 World Cup finals.
94) ITUC and BWI also highlight six specific labor practices that violate workers' rights.
The ITUC delegation will report back to governments in Australia, Austria, Denmark and the UK as well as the International Labour Organisation, Fifa and the UN Human Rights Rapporteur.